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May 30

Provincial election guidance for candidates and U of T community

The Government Relations Office is providing guidance for electoral candidates and the university community for the upcoming 2022 provincial election. These guidelines will facilitate engagement of students in the electoral process and maintain the university’s role as a publicly-supported, non-partisan institution.   Candidates seeking to canvass voters in constituencies that include University of Toronto residences will find guidelines on how to access common areas and individual apartments. Owing to […]

The Government Relations Office is providing guidance for electoral candidates and the university community for the upcoming 2022 provincial election. These guidelines will facilitate engagement of students in the electoral process and main... Read More

Canadian universities and colleges that signed the historic Scarborough Charter are looking at ways to support Black flourishing across Canada. “The opportunity to flourish, thrive and to be successful is very much tied into the success of our institutions,” says Wisdom Tette... Read More

A new medical academy at the University of Toronto Scarborough will fill a critical need by training the next generation of health-care professionals in the eastern Greater Toronto Area. The Scarborough Academy of Medicine and Integrated Health (SAMIH) will be a partnership with U of T’s Temerty ... Read More

The University of Toronto and Moderna, Inc. – known for its mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine – plan to work together to develop new tools to prevent and treat infectious diseases. Guided by a partnership framework agreement, the U.S. biotechnology firm will collaborate with U of T researchers who ar... Read More


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