Women’s hockey tourney canceled due to COVID-19 concerns
The world women’s hockey championship has been cancelled due to concerns over COVID-19.  The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) made the decision this past Saturday to cancel the event.  It was scheduled for March 31 to April 10 and it was going to be held in Halifax and Truro,... Read more
COVID-19 affecting sports across the globe
The novel COVID-19 continues to result in sporting events being cancelled and leagues having to change their policy. The NBA is considering moving games to locations that are unaffected by the virus according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.  If a team is not able to use their arena due to... Read more
Dean Blundell talks about the state of Toronto’s radio scene
Dean Blundell is a controversial radio personality who has worked at several radio stations in Toronto including The Edge and Sportsnet The FAN 590. Known for his colourful personality and wise-guy-like takes, Blundell has built a fan base that wants nothing more than to listen to him talk on... Read more
Public school teachers speaking out after Minister of Education calls on teachers unions
“They haven’t made any concessions.” BY: IRELYNE LAVERY AND SARAH TAHER Bonita Turner, 58, has been teaching for 27 years. She sat on the executive of ETFO (Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario) in York Region for six years and has been a steward for 14. Turner currently teaches in... Read more
Justin Trudeau talks Covid-19 and Wet’suwet’en protests
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in the GTA this week for a press conference and photo-op.   The Prime Minister made an appearance at a branch of the Boys and Girls Club in Scarborough on Thursday morning, March 5, to answer questions on a number of current issues.   The most... Read more
Students share reading week adventures
What are the two favourite words of every student in Canada? That’s right – “reading week”. And while the core idea of it is for the students to do the readings assigned by their professors and prepare for the upcoming exams, it’s also important to have good rest for... Read more
James Bond movie release pushed back seven months amid coronavirus
LONDON (Reuters) – The global release of the new James Bond film No Time to Die has been postponed by seven months amid the coronavirus disruption. It has closed movie theaters in China and caused widespread headaches for other Hollywood productions. “After careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the... Read more
Biden beats Sanders in Super Tuesday blowout
Bloomberg drops, Warren out in home state – In the space of 24 hours, the Democratic presidential contest suddenly became a two-man race between former Vice President Joe Biden, whose campaign was floundering just a week ago, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the self described Democratic socialist.  Biden... Read more
Colourful personalities create a community in Humber comedy program
BY: IRELYNE LAVERY, SARAH TAHER, JADEN HAMILTON Humber College is known for its innovative and growing North campus and its green Lakeshore campus, but not many students know about the building located at 300 Birmingham Street in South Etobicoke. It is one of significance to the school.   In programs... Read more
Small Space, Big Ideas: How to do an art exhibition
The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre has brought students many interesting local histories since its opening in 2016. Although many of their exhibits have been published here on Skedline.com, there’s one story that hasn’t been covered: who the people behind the events are and how they put the exhibits together.... Read more