Toronto Eaton Centre unveils sparkling 108-foot Christmas tree

The Toronto Eaton Centre held their annual Christmas tree lighting event on Thursday. The event, hosted by Kardinal Offishall, drew a large crowd to witness the dazzling lights that will illuminate the mall for the holiday season. RUtv News reporter Matthew Rodrigopulle has the story. Advertisements Continue reading Toronto Eaton Centre unveils sparkling 108-foot Christmas tree

MAX performing at Velvet Underground in Toronto

Review: MAX was all about good vibes in Toronto

(By: Angela McLean) With the spotlight on him, and his eyes on the crowd, MAX could not resist a smile. “If you’re so happy to be alive this evening, make some noise,” he shouted. The dance-pop singer from Hell’s Kitchen, New York, who packed Toronto’s Velvet Underground for the second time this year on Sunday night (Nov. 4), was met with more than just some … Continue reading Review: MAX was all about good vibes in Toronto

Six must-see concerts in November

(By: Xavier Eeswaran) Oh November… The bad news is that the hype for Halloween dies out when the clock hits 12:00 a.m. as we usher in a cold and stressful month. The good news? A bunch of exciting artists will be in town. Here are six to look out for. Bahamas Nov. 1-4 The Danforth Music Hall Tickets start at $52.70 Bahamas, a.k.a. Afie Jurvanen, … Continue reading Six must-see concerts in November

Tory’s re-election signifies city’s trust after landslide win

(By: Jackson Farough) Clearly, Toronto isn’t ready to let go of John Tory yet. The incumbent mayor will now serve a second term in office after dominating the municipal elections this month. He took 63.5% of the vote despite competing against 34 candidates for mayor. Jennifer Keesmaat—Tory’s main political rival in the election—took just 23.5% of the vote. This was after a passionate couple of months … Continue reading Tory’s re-election signifies city’s trust after landslide win

Young Voters and the Toronto Municipal Election

The Toronto municipal election is taking place today. In the running are incumbent mayor John Tory, Jennifer Keesmaat, Sarah Climenhaga, Saron Gebresellassi and Faith Goldy. Youth voter turnout is expected to be low. Find out students’ thoughts on voting and hear from Jennifer Keesmaat on why the youth vote is important.   Continue reading Young Voters and the Toronto Municipal Election

Torontonians share thoughts on recreational cannabis legalization in Canada

Canada legalized the use of recreational cannabis on Oct. 17. With pressure to pardon people who have been convicted of cannabis possession, Ottawa will be introducing new legislation. RUtv News reporter Manuela Vega asks people in Toronto for their opinion on the matter. Continue reading Torontonians share thoughts on recreational cannabis legalization in Canada

Weed on campus: What you need to know

(By: Ally Yacapin) Weed is now legal in Canada. The use, cultivation, and sale of recreational cannabis has been officially legalized across the country as of Oct. 17, 2018. There are now federal laws in place dictating how cannabis can be used, how much is too much to consume, who can buy and consume cannabis and where to legally use it. Ryerson students, however, have limitations … Continue reading Weed on campus: What you need to know

Private details asked of students through clipboards on Ryerson campus

(By: Subi Anandarajah) Ryerson students are having data about them gathered via clipboards that are being discovered in lectures, according to an email Ryerson Community Safety and Security delivered on Wed., Sept. 19. Clipboards are seeking background information for a “Management Opportunity for Summer 2019,” according to the email. “They were handed around the classroom. My prof didn’t mention anything about it, so us being … Continue reading Private details asked of students through clipboards on Ryerson campus