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Despite an enrolment of only 62 students, Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute continues to have one of the best basketball programs in Toronto. With the school facing closure, we followed the team through the playoffs as the Saints tried to defend their city championship, and the school's legacy.
With many area schools facing potential closure due to underutilization, others can barely keep up with rapidly increasing numbers.
As the issue comes to a head, people across the city are willing to support a property tax increase to convert closed schools into community hubs.
A look at potential school closures across Toronto reveals that it could affect communities with the greatest need.
Closing under-enrolled schools in poor neighbourhoods threatens upheaval for the city's most vulnerable students.
Nominated for: spreading bigotry and hate while serving as a TDSB trustee.
Nominated for: financial scandals, controversies, and general dysfunction.
Provincial government orders independent review of TDSB to address "ongoing concerns."
The sport's popularity is greater than ever—especially with a new generation of players
They're hoping the City will enforce a ban on public nudity at the event.
A roundup of storm-related weirdness.
No one can expect Spence alone to own the unfulfilled promise of the socially-constructed group of people we call black.
TDSB chair Chris Bolton announces Spence's resignation in the wake of growing plagiarism controversy.
Toronto's top education official swiped passages from newspapers and blogs.
Welcome to Wednesday Newsstand; side effects may include nausea, depression, headaches, hair loss, and erectile dysfunction. In the news: Rob Ford is in football trouble again, Toronto man gives money to bullied bus monitor, some religious parents don't like their kids learning facts, and Gardiner holds onto its concrete.
TDSB students display their art in the rotunda of City Hall as part of National Aboriginal Day celebrations
The Toronto District School Board beat their budget shortfall, but it won't be pretty. Let the finger-pointing begin.
Crack open the sugared cereal, 'cause it's Friday, baby. In the news: the Globe and Mail will soon charge for online content; the Mounties and CSIS just want to be liked; southern Etobicoke residents want more attention for the western waterfront; and for all its glitz, Casa Loma is in serious need of cash.