‘Pandemic Puppy’ trend feeding irresponsible breeders

The increase in demand for pets during the pandemic has pushed people to breed animals irresponsibly in order to create an easy income.

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Some young people prefer working from home a year into the pandemic
By Josh Welsh Over the last year, young people across the province have been forced to adapt to new circumstances. While some have found it challenging, other young people have embraced their new routines – and aren’t so sure they want to return to how their work life was... Read more
Online shopping an opportunity during pandemic

Shopping online during the pandemic has become vital to our way of life. Learn how we adapt and change.

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Navigating the online world of nutrition and healthy eating

Nutritionists, dieticians and food bloggers explain the stigmas and myths surrounding healthy eating and what to watch out for on social media.

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Kitchener thrift store thrives in spite 
of pandemic
The pandemic has affected many businesses and second-hand stores are not exempt. However, one innovative thrift store owner has found a way to beat the odds. Bobbie Kennedy, the founder of The Clothing Exchange has found a chance to grow thanks to social media, even with the challenges brought... Read more
Skincare products proving more popular during COVID, but make-up isn’t forgotten
By Thaïs Grandisoli Since wearing masks in public became the new norm, beauty enthusiasts have shifted their focus to skincare products, according to new market research. But industry watchers are wondering if the increased popularity of skincare products will endure, and replace people’s appreciation for make-up after COVID. Beatriz... Read more
Chicken: You know you want it!
You’ve seen the title so you know where I’m going with this. Chicken. We have all heard about it. People compare its taste to just about any other type of meat out there: Armadillo, Raccoon and Alligator. It is everywhere and can be made in so many different ways.... 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
Ethical Perspective: event highlights need for minority groups to get better representation in ads
Companies need to be more careful with the representation of minority groups such as LGBTQ+ and people of colour in advertisements, according to a discussion held at the University of Toronto (UofT), on Jan. 30. Yannik Thiem, Ph.D. and professor at Colombia University, was the first guest speaker in... Read more
Humber students attend Toronto Light Festival
By Luka Tskhadaia Humber students join the celebration at the opening night of 2020 Toronto Light Festival on Friday, January 17. Taking place at The Distillery District, the 4th annual festival will run until March 1, 2020. The open-air exhibition presents installations by a variety of not only Canadian... Read more