OP-ED BY BRANDON MURPHY Although the All-Star weekend was a feel-good story for All-Star Game MVP and Scarborough native Wayne Simmonds, the Skills Competition and game itself remain an absolute farce.
BY SAMANTHA MOYA There are 60,000 people marching through the streets of downtown Toronto. Wearing pinks hats, they chant “whose the boss of my body? I am! My body my business!” On Jan. 20, Donald […]
BY LAURA ERNE Jan. 28 marked Canada’s ninth annual Data Privacy Day. It’s a day that commemorates the 1981 signing of Convention 108- the first legally binding international treaty that deals with one’s privacy and […]
BY CHRISTINA-MARY PIPER Sheridan College is making some progress in the Zero Waste Program that it launched across all campuses in 2014. Sheridan has been working hard to keep the college clean and hygienic with […]
BY BRADLEY NORTHCOTE Op-Ed Respect is earned, and politicians should show it themselves before demanding it. There are few times this is truer than when they leave themselves open to public criticism over environmental issues. […]
BY QUIN VERTOLLI After years of struggles and losses, the Toronto Maple Leafs are starting to show signs of promise and progression. Reporter Isabella Krzykala was at the Air Canada Centre to see how fans […]
BY QUIN VERTOLLI Cabbie Richards of TSN sat down with Sup? Sheridan reporter Kevin Sacdalan via Skype to discuss the return of right-fielder Jose Bautista. Bautista agreed to a one-year $18-million dollar contract with a […]