BY RYA WALFORD “We are really, really pleased that today has come. There have been a lot of people preparing for this and that is our yellow Friendship bench,” Maria Lucido-Bezely, Dean of Students, told […]
With Bell Let’s Talk tomorrow we decided to take a look at some of the numbers behind the campaign and mental health in Canada.
BY TYLER CHOI “”Trash” and “Bastard” are my favourite ones.” “I got the one that says “Bitch.”” No, it’s not people choosing their favourite curse words, or playing an adult card game. A rotating keychain […]
BY JULIA BROWN According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 20 per cent of Canadians suffer from a mental health struggle. Suicide has become one of the leading causes of death in both men and […]
BY BRADLEY NORTHCOTE A rising gap in wealth between richer and poorer Canadians signals challenges ahead for students. While a recent study shows a small number of CEOs are wealthier than ever, students are still […]
BY SAMANTHA RUSSELL Sheridan celebrated its 50th birthday at the new Skilled Trade Centre at Davis Campus in Brampton last Tuesday, with former students and current students showcasing their projects. Many different programs took part […]
The 2017 All-Star Weekend is upon us once again and I will be covering it live on The Sheridan Sun. We will be seeing various competitions including Fastest Skater, Hardest Shot, Accuracy Shooting, Skills Challenge […]
BY LAURA ERNE The Halton Police RIDE program is conducted every December in partnership with community agencies such as MADD Canada. Police set up stops on major roads to check for drivers under the influence. […]