“With a cash-strapped medical system where elder care, home care and pharmacare are grossly underfunded, it might be worthwhile to pursue less costly options,” wrote York University PhD candidate Alana Cattapan in the Toronto Star.
Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Alan Young said it was too early to say whether the deaths of Tim Bosma, Laura Babcock and Wayne Millard were indicative of serial murders, reported the Hamilton Spectator.
Recruiters charging foreign workers in Ontario illegal fees as high as $12,000 for jobs that might not exist, report finds
“We have this law in Ontario that prohibits recruitment fees,” said Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Fay Faraday in the Financial Post. “It applies only to live-in caregivers . . . and it provides absolutely no protection for other migrant workers, even though they are subject to the exact same predatory practices.”
“What the playoffs will do essentially is mobilize and galvanize the support of the fans heading into a very critical time for the franchise as it embarks on its 20th season,” said Schulich School of Business sports marketing instructor Vijay Setlur in the Toronto Star.
“Mining companies tend to be conservative, and there’s no question they’re cutting back right now,” said York University Professor Theo Peridis in The Globe and Mail.
The culmination of a number of issues currently affecting Ontario law students has led to a new coalition of law school student governments from across the province. Third-year Osgoode Hall Law School student Douglas Judson is president of the new organization, reported Law Times April 7
York University placed second in the inaugural Future 40 Responsible Corporate Leaders in Canada ranking that spotlights the corporate up-and-comers that are top sustainability performers, reported Corporate Knights.
Six business undergraduates from York’s Schulich School of Business will compete against five teams from four countries for the Hult Prize global case challenge for social enterprise startups, reported The Globe and Mail.
“This reflects the skewed priorities Health Canada has in thinking commercial confidentiality is more important than patient safety,” said York University Professor Joel Lexchin in the Toronto Star.
“Low grades earned because of decisions to hold two part-time jobs to minimize student loans, or so they could purchase the latest consumer products, become insurmountable barriers to a successful transition from school to work,” wrote York University Professor Thomas Klassen in University Affairs.