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The Story of The University of Toronto

For the last few decades, Canada has been well-known for its cutting-edge and world-class education system. Canada is home to many prominent universities such as McGill University, University of British Columbia, and Ryerson...

A Global Livestream Event to Spread Positivity and Creativity

From June 16-June 26, Support Creatives will be hosting virtual makeup classes and hair tutorials called “Beauty Together” as part of a fundraiser for artists affected by Covid-19 and for racial justice.

Ontario reports 356 new COVID-19 cases, as province allows short-term rentals to resume starting Friday

Ontario reported an additional 356 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, June 4, as the province announced that short-term rentals will be allowed to resume operations on Friday, June 5. The...

Kelvin Tran, CFO of TD Bank US

Are you a new graduate from class of 2020? Are you looking for a new job? Are you wondering if multiple degrees worth it? Meet Kelvin Vi Luan Tran, the CFO of TD...

The Crown Of Purity And Nobility

“The crown illuminates me, I made it today”. This touching comment comes from H’Hen Nie, the first candidate of an ethnic minority to win the crown at Miss Universe Vietnam 2017. Her...

The Origin Of The Name Ha Noi

Dear Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Ngan,In the music video Hue – Sai Gon – Hanoi, you said that king Minh Mang changed the name of the capital from Thang Long to Ha Noi....

Designer to the Stars

Nguyen Cong Tri was born and raised in Da Nang in a family with eight siblings. In 1996, he attended the University of Architecture, Faculty of Fine...

Schools asked not to cancel graduation and prom events by Ontario Education Minister

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce has asked schools in Ontario to postpone school events for graduating students rather than cancel them. Lecce says that it would be better for these...

“Good news” coming for Ontario, says Premier Doug Ford, as province Covid-19 cases surpassed 20k

Despite COVID-19 cases going up two days straight after a six-week low average, Ontario Premier Doug Ford says that “good news” is coming on Thursday for the province. When addressing...

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