Tuition, books, mooning? Frosh-week rituals can be costly, police warn
Add mooning and prank calls to the list of back-to-school expenses university students should plan for.
A Toronto-area police force is warning students about the hidden cost of some questionable frosh-week rituals such as streaking and putting cement in a public washing machine _ both of which carry fines of up to $5,000.
Sixteen-year-old Annaleise Carr has completed her marathon swim across Lake Erie, after returning to the water late last night to finish the exhausting final leg of her journey.
The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities is offering several tips and tools to help support Ontario students as they head back to the classroom.
Peel Police say 25 year-old Lilia Ratmanski from Whitby and 26 year-old Milana Muzikante of Vaughan have been charged with smoking on board an aircraft and endangering the safety of an aircraft.
The women spent the night in custody at Pearson, being held for a bail hearing Thursday.