Transit activists gather at City Hall to protest Scarborough subway extension plan
By Remi Marchessault Protesters arrived at Toronto City Hall on Tuesday, December 5 dressed as white elephants calling for an investigation into the costs of Toronto’s Scarborough extension plan. Listen below for an audio report from the protest:   The call for the audit of the extension project was... Read more
Steer clear of the flu this season
  With the winter weather upon us, that means the flu season is also on its way. We talked to a nurse from Humber Lakeshore’s Health services as well as a couple of students to get their input on the flu shot, as well as how they are planning... Read more
Humber Lakeshore helps the bees
Humber’s Lakeshore campus hosted the third annual Bee Sustainability event at the K building on Monday. The event was to raise awareness about bees and how they are crucial to our ecosystem. Students who attended the event could talk to experts about Humber’s role in sustainability and had the... Read more
Toronto Celebrates Grey Cup Win
By Melysa Mezzapelle, Karen Doradea & Jennifer Macfarlane On Tuesday, the Toronto Argonauts held their 2017 Grey Cup Championship rally at Nathan Philips Square. The event was hosted by TSN’s Cabbie Richards and Mayor John Tory. Thousands of fans filled the square in front of City Hall to join... Read more
TTC passes two-hour transfer policy giving more leeway to students
The Toronto Transit Commission passed a significant policy today, allowing a two-hour transfer when using PRESTO. The policy passed 6-1 during today’s public transit meeting at City Hall with Councillor John Campbell being the only to vote against the proposal. The TTC estimates that the new policy will add... Read more
L-Space art exhibit pushes boundaries
Into You: On the Edge is Humber’s latest art exhibit, showcasing artwork from a group of diverse artists. Curators Alissa Firth-Eagland and Farah Yusuf explain the purpose of the exhibit and the motivation behind the artists’ work. Cenk Papila has this report. Erin Leite is the videographer. The exhibit... Read more
Humber students talk student debt
OSAP has been slowly restructuring how student loans will work for future generations. Skedline reporters take a look at why the changes are being made and how past and present students are dealing with the system in place today. Read more
Millennials on Canadian politics
Students fill the OSAP gap
For decades the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), originally CSLP, has been giving students the opportunity to attend post-secondary school thanks to financial aid. A third-year Humber College Criminal Justice student, Maggie Srouji, says she owes her education to them yet somehow OSAP still falls short for her. On... Read more
What millennials really think about Trudeau
It’s been a year and a half since young Canadian’s came out en masse to vote for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party. Millennials came out in droves to cast their ballots for the Liberals in 2015. A report by Abacus Data even goes so far as to... Read more