By Jacob Brooks Given the difficult times, it is no surprise that the vast amount of people stuck at home have turned to online streaming services to keep their spirits up. Services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu have seen massive upticks in traffic as a result of the quarantine.... Read more
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in the GTA this week for a press conference and photo-op. The Prime Minister made an appearance at a branch of the Boys and Girls Club in Scarborough on Thursday morning, March 5, to answer questions on a number of current issues. The most... Read more
The collective voice of Canadian youth: their fears, hopes, and dreams about the upcoming 2019 federal election.
Canada’s employment numbers rebound back to pre-pandemic levels according to Statistics Canada after an increase of 157,000 jobs in September. This major milestone was reached amid a labour shortage with over 800,000 job vacancies reported in second quarter of this year. Leah Nord, senior director of workforce strategies and... Read more
Third year nursing students enrolled in Humber College’s Nursing, Bachelor of Science program are feeling frustrated. Their learning continues to remain virtual while other programs are offering in-person learning.
Ever since the proof-of-vaccine policy was implemented in Ontario on Sept. 22, staff at many establishments have been dealing with backlash from the public. Hosts and front of house staff are the first to deal with upset and difficult customers. “I only recently started working at a restaurant, so... Read more
After a five-year varsity sports career at Humber College, 2020 graduate Andrew Blakey is set to take on his biggest athletic challenge yet. The former Humber Hawks baseball and volleyball star is set to run from Kleinburg, a town just north of Toronto, to Barrie on November 6 in... Read more
During the month of October, Moon Time Sisters are hosting a fall drive to gather menstrual products and financial donations for Indigenous communities across the country. With four chapters in Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia, Moon Time Sisters is a non-profit organization under True North Aid focused on... Read more
Canadian screen productions could be affected by American film and television crews voting to strike over unfair working conditions. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)) and its 36 local unions, which represents 60,000 workers across the U.S, voted on Oct. 1-3 to take strike action. More than... Read more
The 2022 Olympics, set to take place in Beijing, China in February, are surrounded by controversy and concerns about the policies and actions of the host nation’s government. Some Canadians want a boycott of the games to protest the International Olympic Committee (IOC) granting legitimacy to the Chinese government... Read more