Free knitting classes for men this Movember
A local yarn shop in South Etobicoke is raising awareness for prostate cancer by offering free knitting and crocheting lessons to any men this November. Spin Me A Yarn, located at 2855 Lakeshore Blvd W., usually offers classes and private lessons for about $20-$35 including materials, but for this... Read more
Entertainment Newscast. Nov 12
Skedline Reporter Giovanni Siciliano covers the day’s Entertainment news. Read more
Financial tips for Humber College students
By Naila Tahir and Vanessa Gomez Students might have financial struggles with their tuition fees or just trying to cover their everyday expenses throughout the academic year. These tips and the college resources can help. Read more
Remembrance ceremonies honour 100 years since armistice
By Paula Brown Ceremonies commemorating the First World War and the 100 years since the signing of the armistice will take place across Etobicoke and Toronto this Sunday, Nov. 11. Legion members will run ceremonies of remembrance at local legions throughout Etobicoke. A ceremony will also take place... Read more
Jimmy’s trendy café brightens Mimico
By Katia Sist The downtown-Toronto based shop, Jimmy’s Coffee brought its trendy café and bright yellow lids to Mimico two weeks ago. “Everyone knows the downtown locations and this seems like it’s the first place completely dedicated to coffee around here,” barista Anna Klein said. “Mimico is a... Read more
Legion upset with white poppy campaign
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon Many Canadians are familiar with the traditional red poppy worn to mark Remembrance Day but people may not know the meaning of the white poppy that has been around since 1933. Vancouver Peace Poppies has been running annual fall campaigns to distribute white peace poppies across Canada... Read more
Skedline news cast for Friday, Nov. 9
Skedline host Daniela Ramirez reports on the top news stories for Friday, Nov. 9. Read more
Entertainment webcast Nov. 9
Skedline reporter Michael Ranger brings you the Entertainment news for Friday Nov. 9. Read more
Remembrance Day services held at  Lakeshore campus
November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice, the end of the First World War. Humber Lakeshore Campus hosts an early Remembrance Day service for students and staff. Skedline reporter Angela O’Grady speaks with participants in the memorial. Camera work by Rosen Castillo. Read more
Lakeshore ceremony opens Indigenous cultural markers
  The Indigenous cultural markers surrounding the quad at Humber’s Lakeshore campus were opened in an official ceremony attended by Lieut. Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell this week. Here is a report by Skedline reporter Fatima Baig and cameraperson Jon Law.   Read more