Emirates increases daily flights between Toronto and Dubai
More flights, more options!
Growing concerns over election integrity in Canada amid allegations of foreign interference
Foreign interference highlights the challenges of conducting elections in digitized era.
Students from these countries can apply for expedited processing under SDS
International students from these countries can apply for expedited processing.
Ontario’s public colleges commit to supporting international students with new standards
To reinforce and strengthen policies for international students studying in Ontario.
Students in Ontario learn about racism from The Tour for Humanity bus
The presentation covered various injustices, including the Holocaust, slavery.
Indian students in Canada face deportation amid admission letter scandal
Media reports have estimated that around 700 students are affected.
Canada retains high-skilled talents with post-grad work permit extension
Thousands of skill workers student visa permits extended.
PGWPs provide pathway to PR for international students
It allows eligible graduates of Canadian Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) to work in Canada for a maximum of three years.
Big win for Canadian students in international data analytics challenge
Canadian students Hassaan Inayatali, Aaron White, and Daniel Hoceva beat 400 other entries.
Ontario grapples with healthcare worker shortage, unaccredited program leaves students without jobs
More than 90 students who graduated from an unaccredited private college were told they can’t work.
Two North York students awarded $40,000 RBC Black Youth Scholarships
The scholarship is not just a financial boost, but a way to make a meaningful impact in their communities.
Building bridges: new mandatory Canadian course focuses on indigenous perspectives
The new mandatory course focuses on indigenous writers and explores a range of Indigenous literary, oral, media, and cultural texts.
Canada welcomes international students with new study permit rules
Canada drops requirement to prove capacity to pay full tuition in a move to welcome more international students.
International student population in Canada reaches record high in 2022
Canada issued more than 800,000 student permits for international students in 2022.
New report urges Canadian law schools to boost enrollment of Black students
Canada is urged revisit laws to make them more inclusive for Black law students.
Toronto highway crash claims lives of three students from Bangladesh
Three Bangladeshi students were killed in a highway crash in Toronto.
Ryerson University officially renamed Toronto Metropolitan University
Ryerson University undergoes rebrand as Toronto Metropolitan University
A spoiled seniors night: Gaels sweep Rams
Results from Queen’s Gaels and Ryerson Rams faceoff as later experiences devastating loss.
RSU executive candidates put union’s reputation at forefront of their campaigns
RSU candidates battle in focus and platform as they vie for another student election.
Toronto Maple Leafs hold outdoor practice at Nathan Phillips Square
Over 1,000 Toronto Maple Leafs fans dressed in blue and white braved the frigid temperature hoping to catch glimpses of their favorite players.
Ryerson undergraduate journalism program applications are now grades only
Portfolio is no longer required to apply for journalism program at RU.
Mens volleyball Taryq Sani leads Rams to victory in debut against Paladins
Taryq Sani led the Ryerson Rams to a 3-0 victory against the Royal Military College (RMC) Paladins.
Women’s volleyball first place: Rams defeat Paladins despite disappointing play
Ryerson Rams women’s volleyball team scores win against Paladins.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals form a minority government
Justin Trudeau holds on to power despite minority government win.