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Exam Season: Gordon’s Advice Column

Dear Gordon,

With exam week here, I’m real stressed about how I’m going to get everything done. There’s just so much to do and very little time. I always make plans for when I am going to study, but end up studying the day before my exams.

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More Than Half of Peel Schools Contain Cancer-Causing Asbestos: What You Need To Know

Asbestos is best known for its role in causing mesothelioma, a rare and deadly form of cancer that develops mainly in the lungs. Although we now know about its dangers, it was a popular building material as recently as 1990. Due to its fire-resistant nature, it was used in insulation, shingles, ceiling tiles, and even cement.

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Graydon’s Library Closures Explained

Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School’s library has been closed for the first half of lunch since the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. “It feels a bit unfair to the students and to the people who really need it,” said Anton LoRi, a twelfth grader who is amongst the many students affected by the library closure.

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Grade 9 Olympics Welcome New Students to the Graydon Family

On Thursday, September 7th, 2016, the ninth grade students of Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary school participated in the latest and last Grade 9 Olympics. To commemorate the school’s final year, the Student Athletic Association and the Student Activity Council gave the Olympics a fresh upgrade by hosting the event at the Kortright Centre for Conservation, located in Vaughan.

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