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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
CUE's battery site at the corner of Dundas and Mutual Streets.  (Sissi Wang)

Centre for Urban Energy tackling Toronto’s energy storage problem

Ryerson’s Centre for Urban Energy (CUE) is months away from completing a first-of-its-kind energy storage project with the potential to revolutionize Toronto’s electricity grid. Right now, the province has no means of storing the mass amounts of renewable energy it produces through hydroelectricity, wind and solar generators. The solution to this problem, as CUE researchers see it, is to store […]

by Sissi Wang· · News