About 122 students are still living in residence after the March 23 move-out deadline A sign in Pitman Hall urges students to avoid common spaces. (Photo courtesy Tess Stuber) Students…
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The International Living/Learning Centre has been emptied in response to requests for accommodation by hospitals. Courtesy Ryerson University Ryerson residences may be used to house front line health-care workers during…
Amidst COVID-19, campus employers are having to amend work expectations or part with employees. Many student employees in public-facing jobs have been unable to work after non-essential services on campus…
Ontario elementary teacher strikes have been in the news recently as unions remain in a deadlock with the province. The funding and policy changes that have spurred this strike action include an increase in class size, cuts to programs for at-risk kids and those with special education needs and refusal to increase wages for teachers.
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Placement cancellations raise job prospect concerns for nursing students
Nursing students across Ontario could face challenges becoming registered nurses after work placements were cancelled due to COVID-19. The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) requires nursing graduates to complete a set number of placement hours before they can work in the field as registered nurses.