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Every medical school student deserves a residency spot

It is unreasonable for medical graduates to spend their time, energy, and money on medical school just to find out they don’t get matched...

Military presence in Canadian airports makes sense

Military presence in Canadian airports? It’s not such a bad idea. Millions of people access airports every year. As they become targets for terrorist...

Toronto gets it right with new Airbnb bylaws

The popularity of air bed and breakfasts (Airbnb’s) in Toronto is growing but at what cost to renters? Although, short-term rentals like Airbnb’s are...

Obama preaches hope during Toronto speech

“It’s both the worst of times and the best of times,” former United States president Barack Obama said as he spoke at the Toronto...

Toronto art community revives popular gallery after controversial closure

The Toronto art gallery Blank Canvas, which calls itself an “inclusive safe space,” has reopened after a controversial closure on New Year’s Eve. “It was...

Toronto needs to consider allowing bars to stay open until 4...

Legendary venues like The Hoxton, Hughs Room, and the Silver Dollar Club are being choked by strict nightlife laws in Toronto, even though they are...

International paintings in Toronto

Vincent van Gogh, Emily Carr and Claude Monet are some of the greatest names in art history. Now imagine an exhibit with those three...

Goodbye Hoxton, Toronto club closes after six years

The Hoxton, one of Toronto’s most well-known clubs, had its final closing party last Saturday after six years of operation. The closing party featured...

The growing popularity of cold blooded pets

If you’re not a fan of creepy crawly creatures, then maybe this wasn’t the show for you. But the place to be for lovers of...

Capes and Castles in Casa Loma

An Oshawa girl who is battling cancer recently got one of two wishes fulfilled. “Brave” Braydy Abbott, 6, underwent a successful bone marrow transplant...