Can Ontario be regulated with another mask mandate amid higher respiratory illnesses?
In recent months as respiratory illness rises across the country, many Canadian healthcare experts have been asking the provincial governments to bring back mask mandates again. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore in a recent press conference ‘strongly recommended’ Ontarians to wear masking in public indoor settings.... Read more
NeedorGreed Protest
NeedorGreed organized a protest in Queen’s Park on Nov. 17, 2022, for a freeze of tuition fees for international students. International students provide 68 per cent of tuition revenue which accumulated to be $1.7 billion last year which was more than colleges received in provincial grants. This event was... Read more
Artists across Canada raise their 
voices to the injustice in Iran
The civil unrest continues around the world after the death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of the morality police. And the indignation of the Iranian people is being shared through one of the most powerful tools to convey emotion; art. Mahsa Amini, 22, died on Sept. 16. She... Read more
The sad truth about gentrification in lower-class neighbourhoods
Cabbagetown has long been a historic gem. With multiple roads of historically preserved houses, restaurants of so many different cuisines, and local farmers’ markets at Riverdale Park in the summer, Cabbagetown has variations of cultures and a sense of community. There is, however, one flaw to Cabbagetown. It has... Read more
Latin Fall Fiesta to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month
The Latin Parade and Fall Fiesta took place at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto this past Sunday, Oct. 9. This was a great opportunity for Hispanics to get together, and enjoy their foods, crafts and music. This event takes place every year during the month of October and its mission... Read more
Toronto’s upcoming election could result in a congestion tax for downtown area
Toronto residents are returning to the polls this month for the municipal and school board elections on Oct. 24. With the upcoming election, depending on the results, some significant changes could be seen in notable ridings around the city. Ward 10, also known as Spadina-Fort York, is one of... Read more
Toronto reacts to Mahsa Amini’s death
Mahsa (Jina) Amini was murdered by police for wearing her hijab ‘incorrectly’ on Sept. 16 in Tehran, Iran. “Jina’s body is a living wound of entangled discriminations, a wound on my body, on ours. An open wound on the body of the street,” Feminists for Jina said. The murder... Read more
High Park weekend road closures spark criticism from Ward 4 residents
Toronto city council is testing a new project called the High Park Movement Plan, geared toward educating cyclists on road safety and providing a safe space for cyclists to ride freely on the road. The High Park Movement Strategy launched this past summer to an overwhelmingly positive reaction from... Read more
Affordable food options at Lakeshore Campus: What students have to say
Skedline.com reporter Rosana Vinoles spoke with students this week about their food options in and around the Lakeshore campus. Here’s what they had to say. Some students are comfortable with the food selection on-campus but are concerned that food prices have increased making it more challenging to buy on... Read more
Not Just For Laughs
You’re at Just For Laughs in Toronto. It is a gorgeous September evening and you’re about to see some of your favourite comedians. You’re ready for a relaxed evening with a drink so cold the condensation slides slowly down the glass, dripping onto your hands. You feel refreshed. You... Read more