A new initiative led by the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness at York University in partnership with A Way Home Canada aims to create a change in Canada, and potentially internationally, to how we respond to youth homelessness.
The construction projects are set to begin this spring, starting with the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Building. Repairs to the exterior precast panels on this building will begin in late May. Later this year, work will begin on the new School of Continuing Studies Building, the realignment of James Gillies Street and the construction of Phase 2 of the Quad residence.
An Osgoode PhD student reconsiders a 2015 case in which a Muslim woman challenged federal policy requiring the removal of her niqab during the citizenship oath. The judge blocked several organizations that sought to intervene with feminist perspectives – a decision that could have a “chilling effect” on public interest interventions in Canadian courts, some believe.