Ontario government

Low-income students should have the right to pay tuition themselves

Using student loans to pay tuition fees enables students to spend money responsibly. Taking that ability away manifests stereotypes about how low-income students can’t manage their money.Continue...

Indigenous education isn’t a trade-off for effective government

Canada’s history with its Indigenous peoples is a harrowing reality that many students in their formative years of studying history don’t effectively learn, and that’s a problem.Continue...

New free speech policy makes students and universities less safe

Freedom of speech is a complex issue and cannot be sufficiently tackled through one simple law.Continue...

Queen’s Park catch-up: Ontario government updates

Last week, provincial lawmakers were busy debating legislation to end the five-week Ontario colleges strike. This week, Kathleen Wynne’s government enacted plans to raise the minimum wage to $15, as revised labour legislation passed Wednesday.Continue...

Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance releases report on student mental health

In an effort to combat the issue of student mental health, Ontario students and faculty released a joint report titled “In It Together: Taking Action on Student Mental Health.” The report was revealed to MPPs at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Nov. 2.Continue...

Teacher’s college lengthened

Earlier this month, the Ontario government announced sweeping changes to bachelor of education programs, but the University is in limbo as to how it will be affected.Continue...

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