Will NHL have a summer playoff run? Anything’s possible and all is unknown
AUDIO REPORT – Everyone wants to know what’s going on with the National Hockey League. Is the season over for good? Will Toronto Maple Leafs star Auston Matthews get his chance to reach the 50-goal plateau? Will the Stanley Cup even be awarded? Skedline reporter Christian Holmes investigates the... Read more
Humber student in quarantine after study abroad
BY: IRELYNE LAVERY AND SARAH TAHER Katherine Mcnabb, a second year Bachelor of Public Relations student at Humber College, is now in self-quarantine after her time studying abroad in Scotland was cut short, due to COVID-19. Once the Canadian Embassy informed Mcnabb to return home to Canada, last week... Read more
Roll Up The Rim goes digital
On March 7 Tim Hortons officially tweeted out new changes to the annual contest, tweeting out that customers will still be able to play and win prizes through their app starting that week. The coffee-and-donut chain removed all Roll Up The Rim cups due to the coronavirus outbreak, and... Read more
Covid-19: What it’s like for Skedline alum stuck in Italy
Italy has been struggling with the worst outbreak of COVID-19 outside of Asia, and earlier this week they put their entire northern region under a quarantine to help combat the virus. Skedline alumni Haeley Dirisio graduated in 2019 and arrived... Read more
Women’s hockey tourney canceled due to COVID-19 concerns
The world women’s hockey championship has been cancelled due to concerns over COVID-19.  The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) made the decision this past Saturday to cancel the event.  It was scheduled for March 31 to April 10 and it was going to be held in Halifax and Truro,... Read more
COVID-19 affecting sports across the globe
The novel COVID-19 continues to result in sporting events being cancelled and leagues having to change their policy. The NBA is considering moving games to locations that are unaffected by the virus according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.  If a team is not able to use their arena due to... Read more
Raptors rest and recover for home date
The Toronto Raptors continue their break as they prepare for a home date against the Detroit Pistons on Saturday.  The Raptors recently completed a five game road trip that began with at the beginning of March against the Denver Nuggets and concluded last Monday against the Utah Jazz. The... Read more
March Madness could have no spectators
The NCAA tournament could potentially hold games without fans in response to COVID-19 concerns. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine stated on Tuesday that he is asking for indoor events to be held without spectators and only include “athletes, parents, and other essentials to the game.” Dayton, Ohio hosts the First... Read more
Heart of a Man and Bell Let’s Talk come to Lakeshore
Humber College took part in the Bell Let’s Talk day on Jan. 29. Along with other educational institutions, Humber hosted multiple events to spread awareness about the national mental health campaign across its campuses. Skedline reporter Luka Tskhadaia explores the Bell Let’s Talk event at Humber Lakeshore. Donovan McKenzie,... Read more
Coronavirus update: Jan. 23, 2020
The deadly coronavirus is rapidly spreading despite the Chinese Government’s best efforts to contain it.  As of Thursday, Jan. 23, 10 a.m. three Chinese cities are on lockdown, impacting 18 million people among them. Seventeen people are confirmed dead and there have been around 600 confirmed cases of the... Read more