Skedline News – Thursday, March 21
Bre Coulter has today’s top stories.     Read more
A new Olympic torch and a new Olympic sport
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon The organizers of the 2020 summer Olympics, which will be held in Tokyo, have decided on making Japan’s best-loved flower (the Cherry Blossom) the new Olympic torch. The torch will begin its journey across the country with the arrival of Cherry Blossom season in March 2020.... Read more
Bobby Orr turns 71
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon Hockey legend Bobby Orr turned 71 Wednesday! The former NHL player, who was born in Parry Sound, Ont., is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest NHL players of all time. Orr played for the Boston Bruins for 10 years before moving to the Chicago Black... Read more
Leafs win 4-2 against Sabres
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon The Maple Leafs beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-2 on Thursday. Auston Matthews and John Tavares both delivered in the second period. Mathews tapped in the first goal, and Tavares followed suit after a beautiful shot by William Nylander bounced off the crossbar. Just 22 seconds into... Read more
Skedline’s 2019 March Madness Preview
Skedline’s Aaron Ranson, Brandon Tretter and Mike Ranger take you through everything you need to know about this years tournament.     Read more
Skedline News- Tuesday March 19
News host Paula Brown breaks down what is making news today. Read more
Humber musicians win Juno kudos
The 2019 Juno Awards celebrated music from a Canadian perspective and hit home for viewers across the country last night. Singer Sarah McLachlan hosted this year’s awards in London, Ont. Shawn Mendes won album of the year with Avril Lavigne bringing home the fan choice award.  Pop singer bülow... Read more
Feeling shaky: mood disorders and you
Written by Joey Chini and Brandon Burnett Being a student is stressful. Between getting to class on time, keeping up with the readings, handing in assignments by the due date, studying for exams, taking exams, finding an internship, working a job, paying off debt, and finding time to socialize... Read more
Measles outbreaks on the homefront and abroad
By Liam Harrington   According to the World Health Organization, around 110,000 people worldwide died from the vaccine-preventable disease of measles, in 2017. The resurgence of this communicable disease has only become worse since then.   Right now, here in Canada, 17 cases of measles have been discovered in British... Read more
Flood outlook in effect for Toronto
The Toronto and Region Conservatory Authority warns Toronto of potential flooding and hazardous conditions as double digit temperatures and steady rainfall are set for today. Environment Canada predicts 15 to 20 millimeters of rain will fall on the city with temperatures spiking as high as 12 degrees. The TRCA... Read more