Ontario teachers work-to-rule enters second day
Ontario elementary and high school teachers have entered day two of their work to rule campaign.  The teachers say months of contract talks with the province have resulted in little progress and members of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation have said... Read more
Mind Map: Humber College’s Mental Health Summit
Humber’s Lakeshore Campus is hosting Mind Map: A Mental Health Summit. The event – organized by the Canadian mental health charity: Jack.org – includes yoga, guided meditation, and seminars from mental health professionals. The event’s main focus is to teach students how to self-care. Organizer Hailey Appel says the... Read more
Skedline Sports for April 2, 2019
Students restricted from donating blood
Humber and the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) are hosting a blood drive on March 21 and Humber students are being encouraged to give blood and save lives; at least most of them are. A large portion of males in the LGBTQ community are excluded from this clinic and every... Read more
Parents rally at Queen’s Park against provincial government changes to autism funding
Reporters Natalia Yurieva and Makayla Pereira were at Queen’s Park to cover a protest against the provincial government’s changes to autism funding. Read more
Trudeau stays away from SNC-Lavalin scandal at an armchair discussion in Toronto
The Prime Minister spoke with Glenn Mullan as part of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention At the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made no mention of the ongoing SNC-Lavalin scandal that has resulted in significant changes to his cabinet. Instead,... Read more
“Crazy Marxist nonsense”: IGNITE and Ford’s new financial plan
Breanne Coulter Updated: Feb. 28, 2019. The Globe and Mail reported that Ontario Premier Doug Ford accused Ontario student unions of “crazy Marxist nonsense” in a fundraising e-mail this week. This statement follows recent post-secondary funding changes which will give Ontario students the option to opt out of student... Read more
News Cast for Monday Feb. 11 2019 (with Aaron Ranson)
Skedline.com Anchor Aaron Ranson reports the top news headlines for Feb. 11 2019. Read more
Cat Lake First Nation has declared a state of emergency after independent companies found mould – or traces of mould – in all 128 homes and deemed 87 homes uninhabitable. The MP for Timmins-James Bay area, Charlie Angus, visited Cat Lake on Tuesday with the investigators. He says he... Read more