From the evening of Monday, Jan. 21 to the morning of Friday, Jan. 25, the westbound curb lane of Highway 7 West from Jane Street to Edgeley Boulevard will be closed between 9:30pm and 6:30am to allow for the safe installation of secant piles on the north side of Highway 7.
Enter York University’s second annual President for a Day contest, where President Mamdouh Shoukri will swap roles with an undergrad student for one day.
To accommodate the balancing of the electrical load on the Keele campus, there will be a three-minute electrical service interruption on Thursday, Jan. 17 between 6:45 and 8am in several buildings.
To allow for urgent water main repairs, there will be a temporary lane closure on a short stretch of the eastbound lane of Ian Macdonald Boulevard on Jan. 16 and 17.
The session Thursday will explain what the new legislation regarding electronic and other unsolicited mail means to York staff and faculty.
Nominations recognizing colleagues, staff and members of the administration are currently being accepted, in paper and online, for each of the five award categories.Read more
This is the first year for the Robert Tiffin Student Leadership Award, created to recognize students whose leadership has contributed to the growth, development and vitality of York University.
The interruption is needed to accommodate the urgent balancing of the electrical load on the Keele campus, from 6:30 to 8am.
The next pest management control treatments for the Keele and Glendon campuses will begin on Friday, Jan. 11 at 5pm and end on Sunday, Jan. 13 at 5pm.
On Monday, Jan. 7, caisson drilling resumed at the future York University Subway Station and it is projected to continue for approximately five weeks.