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A poster for Bill 148 is torn from its post on Dundas Street East. (Photo by Linsey Raschkowan)

Wage rage: insecurities arise over Ontario’s future wage increases

Scattered around Ryerson University campus are black, white, and red posters. Most are torn, some are on the ground, and only a few are legible.

If you focus hard enough, you can read the words “Fight for $15 & Fairness.”

by Linsey Raschkowan· · Features
Linh Nguyen (Al Donato/Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson student moves south to help Bernie Sanders’ bid for U.S. presidency

A former Green party candidate and Ryerson student heads south to help a politician become president.

by Al Donato· · News, Off Campus, On Campus, Politics, students
Minimum wage still not enough for many workers

Minimum wage still not enough for many workers

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced a 75-cent increase to Ontario’s minimum wage last week. It will take effect later this year. But it’s not enough for the province’s minimum wage workers to live on. The most recent data from Poverty Free Ontario says the poverty line is just under $20,000, after taxes. The current minimum wage is $10.25. An adult […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
Top 5 money tips for students

Top 5 money tips for students

by Stephanie Chan· · Features
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