How the pandemic has changed Toronto weddings
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In September and October, six to seven per cent more couples registered to get married than in previous years, according to City of Toronto marriage licence data
For our final special project of the year, we outlined some of the ways in which the pandemic has affected everything, and explore what the world after COVID-19 might actually look like.
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The Ryersonian spoke to three real estate experts about how the coronavirus has impacted Toronto’s student rental housing market and what these shifts might mean for Ryerson renters post-COVID-19.
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Ryerson has turned to automated assessment tools like Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor to prevent cheating in online exams. But is virtual proctoring software truly worth the cost?