Entertainment news for November 16
Skedline reporter Daniela Ramirez has the top entertainment headline stories for the day. Read more
A safe haven from the snow
By Kelsey Mohammed Skedline.com On November 15, Etobicoke saw its first snowfall of the season. As the city and country prepare for upcoming months of colder temperatures, slippery sidewalks, and icicles in abundance, Skedline heads to one of the neighbourhood’s most beloved coffee shops to see how business owners and... Read more
A Christmas poll
By Cassandra Turco and Katia Sist Skedline.com Christmas is just a month away, Skedline reporter Cassandra Turco asked Humber students their holiday preferences. Filmed by videographer Katia Sist. Read more
(Audio) Lakeshore’s new principal Derek Stockley collaborates with Humber through a power of listening.
Skedline reporter Clement Goh sits down with Derek Stockley, looking back at a lifelong career from a registered family therapist, to being the new principal at Humber’s Lakeshore Campus. Read more
Skedline reporter Clement Goh covers the arrival of Spyro the Whale, an exhibit teaching students the impact of plastics on the environment. Read more
Christmas in November?
By Tierney Angus, Joey Chini and Justin Field Skedline.com How early is too early to put up Christmas decorations? Lakeshore locals give us the lowdown.     Read more
Free knitting classes for men this Movember
A local yarn shop in South Etobicoke is raising awareness for prostate cancer by offering free knitting and crocheting lessons to any men this November. Spin Me A Yarn, located at 2855 Lakeshore Blvd W., usually offers classes and private lessons for about $20-$35 including materials, but for this... Read more
Sherway Gardens untucks it
By Sarah Larke Skedline.com Two months after American clothing company UNTUCKit expanded to Toronto, those in the community have expressed positive feedback. “Since we began opening stores in the U.S., having a space in Canada has always been a goal of ours—we couldn’t think of a more fitting place... Read more
Suicide prevention workshop puts self-care before intervention.
Clement Goh Skedline Reporter The idea of self-care comes from working in crisis, with a risk of burnout coming from an overexposure to situations. For child abuse investigation and placement coordinator Paula Cordeiro, helpers have to be able to maintain themselves before preventing suicide. “I think that for people... Read more
Students divided by campus cannabis ban
By Justin Field and Liam Harrington Read more