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Students, some union members express frustration as York strike drags on
As York University prepares to launch its summer semester without the involvement of 3,000 striking contract staff, students whose winter-term classes were disrupted are expressing frustration at the labour dispute, which is now into its eleventh week.
Meal kit trend a booming business in Canada, now worth $120M a year
Home-delivered meal kits have are a food phenomenon that has quickly grown into a $120-million industry in Canada.
Brain changes may persist in teenage athletes months after concussion: study
A new Canadian study suggests teenage athletes who sustain concussions may still be experiencing brain changes even after they have been cleared to return to play.
AGO more accessible but still work to be done, gallery CEO says in response to criticism
The head of the Art Gallery of Ontario says while the museum has made progress in creating an art world that is more inclusive, there is still room for improvement, responding to criticism from a curator who recently left.
Marijuana users and advocates critical of Ontario's pot selling proposal
Clients and advocates of storefront dispensaries say buying marijuana exclusively from stores regulated by Ontario's provincial government will mean fewer options for medicinal users, little progress on eliminating the black market, and worse weed.
Reconciliation more than land acknowledgments, Indigenous groups say
An increasing number of institutions across the country have started making verbal land acknowledgments to the Indigenous groups who traditionally occupied the territory.