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U of T academics at forefront of online privacy battle

While professors pressure federal government, U of T claims not to track email content except under ‘extraordinary circumstances’

14 February, 2014
Citizen Lab calls for government surveillance oversight

U of T post-doctoral fellow writes letter asking for detailed answers on consumer data sharing

3 February, 2014
UTMSU to re-run referendum on levy increase

Previous attempt ruled invalid because of alleged UTSU breach of confidentiality

20 January, 2014
Biting cold fails to close U of T

All campuses remain open despite harsh winter weather

13 January, 2014
U of T clothing supplier commits to paying most workers minimum wage

Gildan Activewear agrees to pay Haitian workers fairly following damning report

6 January, 2014
UTM secures $10 million investment from City of Mississauga

Money will go towards new Innovation Complex, to house expanded management programs

6 January, 2014
U of T clothing supplier allegedly pays below minimum wage

According to a report from the Workers Rights Consortium (WRC), Gildan Activewear purchases clothes from factories in Haiti, where workers […]

4 November, 2013
Poor graduation rates plague Aboriginal students

Nearly 50 per cent of First Nations students across Canada fail to attain high school diplomas, with British Columbia having […]

7 October, 2013
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Amitpal Singh