Parents protest autism program at Queens Park
By Justin Field   A gathering of parents, therapists, and union members took place outside of Queens Park today in protest of the Provincial governments changes to Ontario’s autism program. The protest comes in the wake of changes that some parents say will leave their children without adequate access... Read more
Toronto approves 2019 budget
By Justin Field   The Toronto City Council voted  21-4 today in favour of the 2019 budget. This new budget includes a 2.55 per cent increase on property tax.   The new budget also includes $126-Million for the TTC which will be allocated to the downtown relief line. Also... Read more
Taverner turns down OPP position
By Justin Field   Ron Taverner has stepped aside, deciding not to go forward with his appointment as the new commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police. Taverners appointment initially sparked controversy when it was announced, as Taverner is a longtime friend and associate of the Ford family. The Ontario... Read more
Trudeau talks SNC-Lavalier at morning press conference
By Justin Field   Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a press conference Thursday morning at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa. Trudeau read a statement concerning the SNC-Lavalier file, in which he classified the relationship between his former secretary Gerald Butts, and Former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould as suffering... Read more
Skedline Entertainmentcast for Wednesday March 6, 2019
Entertainment news coming at you today, March 6 2019, from Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon. Read more
Skedline Sportscast for Wednesday March 6, 2019
Ryan Hanna covers sports news for on March 6, 2019. Read more
Skedline Newscast for Wednesday March 6, 2019
News from Toronto and beyond on March 6, 2019. Read more
IGNITE VP race leaves something to be desired. BUT VOTE!
By Justin Field The smell of popcorn – free popcorn, on the 2nd floor of the Humber Lakeshore L Building is the smell of another election, just about the only enticing part of the whole process. The IGNITE Elections are upon us once again, and with a voting deadline... Read more
IGNITE struggles to engage Lakeshore students
By Justin Field    Natural light flowed into the student centre at Lakeshore’s K building from large glass windows as the snow fell lazily outside. A tech crew ran around trying to get everything ready, while IGNITE employees greeted each other with hellos and hugs, the back of their... Read more
IGNITE Elections off to a shaky start
By Justin Field   The 2019 IGNITE student elections are just around the corner, but little information is available for students as of yet.     This election year may prove to be unique, as an All Candidates Meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday February 6, had to be postponed... Read more