In efforts to end period poverty, Ryerson’s Centre for Safer Sex and Sexual Violence will be stocking campus washrooms with free menstrual products
To attract the youth vote, political parties are emphasizing their platforms on education affordability
RyersonVotes’ goal is to double vote turnout on campus from 1,500 to 3,000 full-time students
Three students from various schools across the GTA spoke about how the OSAP cuts have affected their lives.
Elizabeth May said she chose to make the announcement at Ryerson to “give a particular lift to [their] Toronto candidates” and their work within the party
The mould abatement started in December 2018—nine months later, groups still do not have access to their offices in the SCC
One student reported that their chicken had “not been cooked fully” and was “pink in the middle” at Pitman Hall
“When we inhale…we are heating the liquid, and actually creating new sets of chemicals,” said a spokesperson for the Canadian Lung Association