In solidarity with Blackout Tuesday campaign, CJRU is asking for submissions from Black and Indigenous artists to be played on air on June 2, 2020.
On the Way is a CJRU radio series that features the voices of Syrian refugee women and girls who share their stories of immigration. After the civil war broke out in their home cou…
On Earth Day, turn on the radio and connect to the twenty-four-hour cycle of sounds from a Saturna Island wetland
On January 22, 2018 CJRU will be participating in the 2018 Annual Homelessness Marathon hosted by CFMH – Local 107.3 FM in Saint John, New Brunswick.
CJRU is committed to airing the voices of our community especially those that may not find space in mainstream media.
Introducing: Scope Drama, featuring short previews from upcoming Ryerson and Toronto indie theatre. The following comes from the play the Suburban Motel, which runs October 30 – No…
After an experience of poor accessibility at Toronto’s Pan Am Games, Mitchell Stark decided to investigate how a lack of venue accessibility affects the public and social lives of…
For the August long weekend, The Scope News put together our best news and interviews of the summer (so far.) Jacqueline Tucci spoke to a Ryerson prof who is helping bring Syrian r…
Starting Up examines the world of early startups as they edge their way from obscurity to supremacy.
Good Intentions is an audio history of Ojibwa ancestors who lived at the time when residential schooling took root in Southern Ontario.
A blog post from The Scope’s Youth@Work volunteers!
Taking a look a the best in news and interviews from the past few months.
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