Toronto cyclists to celebrate new bike lanes along Danforth Avenue and Bloor Street

By Ali Raza, Beach Metro NewsMon Sep 28 2020 09:21 Toronto’s cycling advocates say “keep going” on the city’s expanded bike lanes that were installed over the summer in response to COVID−19. As part of the city’s recovery program, 40 kilometres of new bike lanes were installed across Bloor Street and Danforth Avenue. The new […]

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing how students cheat – and get caught

By Vjosa Isai, National ObserverMon Sep 28 2020 09:50 Campus lockdowns triggered by the COVID−19 pandemic led exam halls across the country to go virtual last spring. At the University of British Columbia, math instructor Elyse Yeager and her colleagues were counting on about 1,000 first−year students to respect the honour system during their online […]

Housing insecurity in Hamilton during COVID – the legal tensions

CHALLENGING THE LAW  The city of Hamilton voted overwhelmingly in favour of challenging a court injunction whose purpose is preventing the dismantling of ‘homeless encampments’.   The Superior Court extended an injunction in early August to prevent the removal of individuals and temporary shelters in Hamilton in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent intensification of […]