Daughter of former Russian spy released from hospital
The daughter of a former Russian spy, Yulia Skripal, has been discharged from a British hospital almost five weeks after her and her father were targeted and poisoned with a nerve agent in the United Kingdom. Sergei and Yulia Skirpal were believed to have been enjoying their time in... Read more
March For Our Lives Protests Held In Canadian Cities
More than a million people around the world, including Canadians, gathered to march for stricter gun control laws in the wake of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting that left 17 people dead. Local events were held in major Canadian cities in support of the massive rally that took... Read more
Humber students react to Facebook data breach
Reporter Katelyn Huras and videographer Cenk Papila talk to Humber students about their thoughts on the Facebook data breach. Read more
Trump’s Twitter empire
Did you know that Trump’s Twitter followers are equal to the entire population of Colombia? Have you seen the president’s first-ever Tweet? You can find all that and more in this infographic. Read more
International Day of Happiness
Need an excuse to be happy? Well, today’s your day because it’s International Day of Happiness. Here are a few tweets to get you inspired: 5 HAPPINESS TIPS: 1. Keep love in your heart 2. Look on the bright side 3. Remove expectations 4. Count your blessings 5. Let... Read more
Humber students react to U.S. gun control walk-out
Victoria Caister and Katelyn Huras interview students at Humber’s Lakeshore campus about the U.S. Gun Control Walk Out on March 14, 2018. Read more
Three hostages and gunman dead after eight-hour standoff
After an eight-hour standoff with police in California, three female hostages and a gunman are dead; two employees and one clinical psychologist. Albert Wong, a 36-year-old army veteran attacked three workers from The Pathway Home in Napa Valley. California police confirmed Wong snuck into the home on Friday. He took three women... Read more
China votes to remove presidential limits
President Xi Jinping of China has been voted in to stay on as president for life. China voted yesterday to change its constitution and remove the two-term limit on the presidency. These changes were made by the annual sitting of parliament, the National People’s Congress, which has over 3000... Read more
University of Toronto hosts International Women’s Day gala
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), University of Toronto Chapter, is hosting an International Women’s Day gala this Saturday. The gala will take place at the Hart House in downtown Toronto at 6 p.m. Women from different fields will be speaking of social justice issues and engaging in... Read more
Trump holds cabinet meeting on proposed steel tariffs
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. president Donald Trump is in Washington today, meeting with his cabinet as discussion unfolds over impending steel and aluminum import tariffs. CBS News reports that President Trump says his tariff plan will be “fair” and “flexible” to friendly countries including Canada and Mexico amid ongoing NAFTA... Read more