The government of Ontario has announced its intention to implement electric school busses in the province. Electric vehicles have been growing in popularity for the past few years, and that enthusiasm has spread to school busses. In fact, there are currently 100 electric school busses in use across North America, including Quebec.
Over the summer, negotiations began in Washington, D.C., to discuss the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Shortened to NAFTA, this agreement facilitates trade between the three biggest nations on the North American continent: Mexico, Canada, and the United States of America.
Students from all across Ontario recently attended the Study and Go Abroad Fair, which was held on Sunday, October 1st, 2017 from 12 PM to 5 PM at the downtown Metro Convention Centre, right beside the CN Tower. The fair featured dozens of different universities, colleges, and schools from all over the world, and also hosted multiple presentations and seminars.
Gordon Graydon’s Model UN Club recently attended the Southern Ontario Model United Nations Conference (SOMA), which ran from Wednesday April 19th to Friday April 21st. SOMA is an annual assembly of various Model United Nations student groups from high schools all around Canada and the US. The event was hosted by the University of Toronto and organized by university students.