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A study of more than 155,000 students in the Toronto District School Board found only 55 per cent of students who self-identify as Black are applying to post-secondary education. (Shutterstock)

How high school ‘university’ courses matter for all post-secondary access — more than the name implies

All students who apply to university need ‘U’ courses, but Toronto-area research reveals few students with zero Grade 12 ‘U’ courses apply for any post-secondary education at all.
Daily Wire co-CEO Caleb Robinson, co-CEO Jeremy Boreing and editor emeritus Ben Shapiro attend the red carpet premiere of ‘Lady Ballers’ on Nov. 29, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. Jason Davis/Getty Images for Bentkey Ventures

Conservatives’ ‘anti-woke’ alternative to Disney has finally arrived

Through action films, dramas and kids’ cartoons, right-wing activists are working to build their own alternative entertainment universe insulated from Hollywood’s purported liberal biases.
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Roald Dahl, time-bending crime, and queer pirate comedy: the best of streaming this November

There’s still time to get up to date on your binge watching, so you can be ready if anyone at an end-of-year party asks if you’ve seen anything good lately.
The SAG-AFTRA actors union has been on strike since July 2023. Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

The fight for 2% − how residuals became a sticking point for striking actors

Studios say the number is unrealistic − that it amounts to actors not assuming any financial risk for content that flops. But actors simply want to adapt existing payout models to changing technology.
Instead of owning physical copies of DVDs or CDs, for example, people subscribe to streaming services, allowing them to access a wide range of products without the burden of traditional ownership. (Shutterstock)

The shift from owning to renting goods is ushering in a new era of consumerism

These days people prefer to simply have access to goods and services, rather than outright owning them. But what does this mean for the future of consumerism?

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