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First 11 startups in Black Founders Network program introduced at U of T event

June 24, 2022

The inaugural cohort of a University of Toronto program to support Black entrepreneurs was introduced last week at an in-person event on the St. George campus.

Our Community Black Founders Network, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Alumni, Entrepreneneurship, Startups, U of T Mississauga

Winston LaRose, champion of Toronto’s Black community, receives honorary degree

June 23, 2022

His name is Winston LaRose, but to countless Torontonians he is known as “Mr. Jane and Finch,” a fitting tribute forever connecting him to the community he loves.

Our Community Convocation 2022, Faculty of Arts & Science, Faculty of Music, Honorary Degree, Innis College
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After graduating on TV's Degrassi, Annie Clark succeeds in doing it again at U of T

June 23, 2022

Annie Clark says playing a student on the series Degrassi: Next Generation came easily to her, but actually being one? That's a different story. 

Our Community Convocation 2022, Graduate Stories, Acting, Faculty of Arts & Science
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U of T grad Mukti Patel on studying religion and its role ‘in the everyday’

June 22, 2022

Mukti Patel visited India for the first time during her gap year after high school. Born in Canada and raised in Richmond, Va., Patel was eager to see the country where her parents grew up.

Our Community Convocation 2022, Faculty of Arts & Science, Innis College, Religion

Nada Ristich, champion of corporate philanthropy, receives honorary degree

June 22, 2022

In her senior role with the Bank of Montreal, Nada Ristich has helped reshape the practice of corporate philanthropy in Canada.

Our Community Convocation 2022, Honorary Degree, Trinity College, University College
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Nuclear powers and Canada should engage with cause of nuclear prohibition: John Polanyi in the Globe and Mail

June 22, 2022

The UN Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) holds the key to averting nuclear war – but only if the world’s nuclear powers and NATO members like Canada come together for the cause of peace and restraint, according to the University of... Global Lens, Our Community Chemistry, Faculty of Arts & Science, John Polanyi

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Photographer Edward Burtynsky’s new show focuses on environmental challenges 'at our doorstep'

June 21, 2022

Earlier in his career as a photographer and artist, Edward Burtynsky saw an opportunity to dedicate his life’s work to a single idea: humanity's impact on the planet. 

City & Culture, Our Community Arbor Awards, Climate Change, Honorary Degree, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Photography, Sustainability
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U of T lowers flags to half-mast in honour of Loretta Rogers

June 21, 2022

The University of Toronto lowered flags to half-mast at Simcoe Hall Tuesday to honour Loretta Rogers, a leading philanthropist and longtime director at telecom giant Rogers Communications Inc.

Our Community Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Faculty of Arts & Science, Hospital for Sick Children, Philanthropy, Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research, Trinity College, University Health Network

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