Ten Cent TTC Fare Hike

by Ryan Herbert The TTC has announced its 2019 budget which includes a 10 cent fare increase for Presto users. The fare increase comes as the TTC’s budget revealed the agency will require a staggering $33 […]


Taking the Plunge

by Ryan Herbert Dozens of Torontonians braved the cold weather this past Saturday for the third annual Toronto Polar Bear Plunge. Despite frigid temperatures of -7, feeling like -13 with the windchill, many took the bold […]


2019 to Bring Higher Rents

by Ryan Herbert   When Zhane Mahbeer-Jayme moved from Montreal to Toronto in the beginning of 2018 to study at Seneca College,  she was shocked at the cost of rental apartments. She only had two […]


New OSAP Changes Met with Criticism

By Anthony Dwomoh Last Thursday, Training, Colleges and Univeristies Minister Merrilee Fullerton announced sweeping changes to the way the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) will work in Ontario beginning September 2019. In a move Fullerton […]


No Pants Subway Ride Toronto

By: Mamta Ramkissoon   Last Sunday was Toronto’s 17th annual “No Pants Subway Ride”. Despite a windchill of -6, participants took off their pants and boarded subway trains at Dundas station in their underwear! Paddy Jane […]


407 Subway Shooting

By: Mamta Ramkissoon A 21 year old Toronto man is in critical condition after a shooting at the 407 TTC  subway station in Vaughan. At around 11 p.m  on Tuesday night York Regional Police responded […]


Doug Ford’s Climate

By Andi Kay  Ford’s Climate Plan is ‘Made-In-Ontario’ Ontario Premier Doug Ford has released a “Made-In-Ontario‘ Environment plan that is to replace the Liberal government’s Carbon Tax model. But this won’t rid Ontarian’s of paying out. Ontario’s […]