Post Tagged with: "GTA"

Jewelry sale in TRSM raises funds for Syrian refugees

Jewelry sale in TRSM raises funds for Syrian refugees

All funds from the sale will go to Lifeline Syria’s Ryerson chapter to help relocate Syrian refugees in the GTA.

by Ryersonian Staff· · On Campus
Man getting drenched by wall of water outside Ryerson University's ENG building (Credit: Katie

Fall storm sweeps through city, a dozen pedestrians struck by vehicles

Environment Canada issued a rainfall warning for Toronto Wednesday morning. Ryerson students were seen huddled under umbrellas and rain jackets, and avoiding walls of water sent flying by cars hitting puddles in the road.

by Kathryn-Lynn Raskina· · News, Videos, Weather
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Ryerson students help bring net-zero community to London, Ont.

Lights controlled by a smartphone, electric cars that charge overnight and a rooftop garden that supplies food to the grocery store below — these are all features of a new energy-efficient and environmentally responsible community that Ryerson students are helping to build in London, Ont. The multipurpose, 70-hectare neighbourhood (over eight times the size of Ryerson’s campus) has been designed […]

by Leah Jensen· · News, Off Campus
Prof. Chris MacDonald conducted a survey with the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson that found politicians were the least trusted professionals.

Q-and-A with researcher who found politicians were the least trusted professionals in Canada

Politicians are the most mistrusted professionals in Canada. Professors Chris MacDonald and Hershell Ezrin at Ted Rogers School of Management came to the conclusion after they lead a survey for the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Program. The survey was conducted by The Gandalf Group. The public opinion pollster asked about 1,000 adults across Canada, in addition to 400 residents living in […]

Mayor Rob Ford in a Ryersonian file photo. A Mount Sinai Hospital colorectal specialist announced Wednesday evening Ford has an aggressive cancer.

GTA mayors urge provincial and federal governments to help pay for ice storm costs

Greater Toronto Area mayors and council members came together Friday to ask the provincial and federal governments for millions of dollars to help with the cleanup costs from last month’s ice storm. Ontario Municipal Affairs Minister Linda Jeffrey was at Friday’s meeting to hear from the municipalities and address their recommendations. Jeffrey says it could take months to review the figures but […]

by Angela Hoyos· · News, Off Campus