The pilots will be fully operational in 2022 and if proven effective, plans to scale operations up will take place in 2025
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The project will implement widened sidewalks and one-way traffic during the daytime
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The pilot project would remove unnecessary police presence from mental health-related distress calls
A job in municipal politics is hard enough, especially in a ward as densely populated and rife with issues as Toronto Centre, where Ryerson is located. But with the election of Ontario Premier Doug Ford in June, Kristyn Wong-Tam and other city councillors are facing a fresh set of obstacles.
Ryerson is hoping to avoid another bust in its second application for a startup hub in Niagara.
Since 2015, Ryerson has been trying to set the groundwork for its Niagara Falls Research/Innovation Zone (NFRIZ).