This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Red Ribbon campaign, a milestone that will hardly be celebrated.
Nov. 22 is is National Housing Day, a day when awareness is raised about housing and homelessness. While the need for decent affordable housing is something we can all understand, the connection between housing and health might be less obvious.
Ontario college students are back in class Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike was ended Sunday by back-to-work legislation.
Ontario college semesters have been extended in December and now stretch into January, to make up for class time lost during the five-week faculty strike.
An end to the college faculty strike is in sight and now in the hands of provincial legislators.
The banners honouring veterans hung from the light standards, interspersed with red and black Remembrance Day flags.
(CP) - Ontario’s legislature is expected to pass a bill today that would force striking faculty at the province’s colleges to return to work, with classes resuming Tuesday.
Ontario college students should be in class Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike was ended Sunday by back-to-work legislation.
All Ontario colleges, including Georgian, are extending the fall semester into January due to the length of the strike.