New school offers barter system for knowledge
By Kristin Andrews and Katherine Ward
A new service that lets people learn a skill in exchange for goods and services is launching a trial run in Toronto this week.
The goal right now is to find out how interested people are in this approach to learning.
Elizabeth Fraser, Trade School organizer, told Humber News there has been a high level of participation from both instructors and students across Toronto.
A meeting will be held Oct. 18 at the Harvest Noon cafe at the University of Toronto to determine the future of the operation.
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