Ontario students march to Queen’s Park to protest new OSAP changes

Ontario students of all ages marched from Yonge-Dundas Square to Queen’s Park on Friday to voice their concerns about the new government changes to OSAP. Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s plan to cut tuition by 10 per cent, eliminate free tuition and the post graduate loan repayment grace period is a grave concern for the future of many Ontario students. Advertisements Continue reading Ontario students march to Queen’s Park to protest new OSAP changes

Six shows to catch during Canadian Music Week 2018

(By: Angela McLean) For one week every spring, Toronto transforms into a musical magicland for Canadian Music Week (CMW). Over 800 artists and bands from around the world entertain industry leaders, label scouts and fans at more than 40 venues across the city. There’s no better time to see your favourite artists, and discover new ones, before they make it big. CMW 2018 takes over … Continue reading Six shows to catch during Canadian Music Week 2018

Sam the Record Man sign shines again over Yonge-Dundas Square

Toronto’s iconic Sam the Record Man sign is now shining atop the Toronto Public Health building next to Ryerson’s campus. The sign was temporarily lit last month to test out the lights before the official re-lighting ceremony Wednesday evening. RUtv News reporter Spencer Turcotte has the story. (Header photo: Spencer Turcotte/RUtv News) Continue reading Sam the Record Man sign shines again over Yonge-Dundas Square