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Popular Chinese payment app, Alipay, has partnered up with Tourism Toronto to give special offers to app users during a national Chinese holiday called Golden week....

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Professor accidentally plays porn at U of T lecture

September 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tillana Desai It was quite a shocking morning for students at the University of Toronto when a professor accidentally played porn in class. The incident happened at the U of T’s Scarborough campus during a...

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Steeper fines and licence suspensions will face Ontario drivers caught on their cellphones. ...

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Humber College is getting a PWYC soup bar

September 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tillana Desai Humber College’s new pay-what-you-can Soup Bar is finally in business and students can barely contain their excitement. The team that came up with Toronto’s first pay-what-you-can grocery store has opened a soup bar...

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The BeYou campaign, focusing on empowering young Canadian girls, held free events in 20 shopping centres....

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AHLOT is offering their connoisseurs $50 per hour to smoke weed samples and rate them. It is a company that operates out of Toronto and is hiring six  samplers....

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Canada’s journey to eliminate trans fats

September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Maheen Malik After many years of trial and error, trans fats are officially banned in Canada. Trans fats are unsaturated fats found in margarine, snack foods, fried fast food and packaged bake goods. Increased intake...

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Maheen Malik Plans were unveiled for a 400,000-square-foot film studio complex north of Toronto during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last Friday. First Studio City will be the first of its kind as a...

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The Barrett Centre is getting a $4 million upgrade

September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Maheen Malik Technology-driven education is the main goal of the new multi-million dollar collaboration between Humber College and Cisco Canada. The partnership is launching a five year initiative to engage students, and companies in projects...

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Ontario Court of Appeal judges unanimously voted in favour of dismissing an earlier ruling that decided the Progressive Conservatives' legislation to cut Toronto council is "unconstitutional."...

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