Minimum wage workers will no longer receive a $1-per-hour increase on Jan. 1 and many Ryerson students are not happy.
Scattered around Ryerson University campus are black, white, and red posters. Most are torn, some are on the ground, and only a few are legible.
If you focus hard enough, you can read the words “Fight for $15 & Fairness.”
Dante Galea finished his sausage pizza last Friday night, sitting on a bright red chair with his friends at Terroni, an Italian restaurant on Adelaide Street. Satisfied, he was ready to pick up the tab for the table. His server handed him the debit machine, which prompted him to leave a tip.
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