I don’t remember a time of my childhood when my maternal grandmother puts her yarn away. There was a time when she made a plenty of clothes: frilled frocks for little girls and cardigans, pair of socks and bobblin laces for young damsels.
An important moment for Black students across the three campuses of University of Toronto will be witnessed when close to 200 students would come together attend Canada’s first-ever Black Graduation celebration at the University of Toronto this month For decades, B
The launch of this new information technology (IT) training and employment program, right here in Mississauga, will help local youth from across our city and the Greater Toronto Area prepare themselves for rewarding, in-demand and well-paying job opportunities, Mayo
Daniel van Veen, a 3rd year Apprentice representing Team Ontario in the Precision Machining competition at Skills Canada, won the Bronze medal in a tight contest. Skills Canada was held earlier this week in Winnipeg, Manitoba.