After the results:                            The Cross Canada Project –       New Brunswick
By Luka Tskhadaia New Brunswick newspaper reporter Fallon Hewitt joined the studio one more time to discuss the outcome of the recent federal election.  Hewitt, who is a graduate from Humber’s journalism degree program, talks about working election night as a reporter for the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John,... Read more
Don Cherry fired for racist Remembrance Day rant on ‘Coach’s Corner’
Sportsnet has fired flamboyant hockey commentator Don Cherry for the offensive xenophobic remarks he made during his Coach’s Corner segment Saturday night.  Cherry is infamous for shifting away from his hockey commentary to give his take on other subjects including his love of the Canadian military and the sacrifices... Read more
Skedline News – Nov 6
Regina Yohana has today’s top stories. Read more
Skedline Entertainment – Wed. Nov 6
Wednesday hockey wrap-up: Habs, Flames win, Canucks fall
The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Boston Bruins last night, outscoring them four to five.  Victor Mete scored twice and Jeff Petry dished off two assists putting the Canadiens on top.  The Canadiens will now travel to Philadelphia to the play Flyers tomorrow night at 7 p.m.  The Calgary Flames... Read more
The Cross Canada Project

The collective voice of Canadian youth: their fears, hopes, and dreams about the upcoming 2019 federal election.

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Leafs cruise past the Wild 4-2
The Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the Minnesota Wild outscoring them 4-2  Mitchell Marner scored once and added two assists, Morgan Rielly set up all four goals which came in the second period tying a franchise record.  Leafs defenseman, Morgan Rielly tied a franchise record as he delivered four assists... Read more
Humber College Takes Back The Night!
Humber College just put on it’s 4th annual Take Back The Night March: A night dedicated to ending sexual violence and amplifying the voices of survivors. Read more
Not a typical Monday Night: De-Escalation Training with Sistering
Instead of staying home watching TV, Monday, September 17, around 20 people gathered for a De-Escalation Training session at a Bloorcourt Village coffee shop.  Priyanka Sheth, Program Director at the not-for-profit organization Sistering, gave tips, techniques on how to de-escalate a situation of an encounter with a homeless person,... Read more
Mayor John Tory reveals he wants King St. Pilot Project to stay
Mayor John Tory has announced that he wants the King St. Pilot Project to be permanent. The King St Pilot Project began in Nov. 2017. It restricted the movement of cars along King Street through downtown, prioritizing streetcars. “The King Street Pilot is working and it must be continued,”... Read more