Humboldt bus crash: A developing story
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice announced Monday morning that one of the players from the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was misidentified by the coronoer after a bus collided with a tractor-trailer, leaving 16 people dead and 13 others injured on Friday evening. They were on their way to a... Read more
Photographer focuses on zoo “invisibles”
For most of us, stumbling upon a video of an adorable animal is something we enjoy. However, what if you decided it was your duty to show the world the animals we don’t see? For 41-year old Torontonian Jo-Anne McArthur, this is precisely the case. The photojournalist, author and... Read more
Is Canada’s new cellphone alert flawed?
The Canadian government is introducing a new mandatory alert system for cellphones, starting April 6. But let’s examine the effectiveness and availability to the public. With the growing importance of cell phones in our day to day lives, Canada is the next country to introduce the text-based early alert... Read more
Canadian cities support #MarchForOurLives
On March 24, students around the world Marched For Their Lives. After the recent Parkland Florida shooting, where Nicholas Cruz opened fire and took 17 lives while leaving several more injured – students took matters into their own hands to bring justice to gun control. The protest captured so... 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
Ontario throne speech full of promises and care
Premier Kathleen Wynne has promised a “commitment to care” that was detailed in today’s throne speech. The speech, delivered by Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, covered three essential topics while mentioning other issues the Wynne government feels Ontarians will be concerned about as they head to the polls June 7.... Read more
Wynne appeals to Ontario youth: Get out and vote
While June 7 may seem far away, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has “unofficially” begun campaigning for this year’s provincial election, with one of her first stops taking place at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus. Wynne, who made the appearance Friday morning, arrived to a packed room in Humber’s Centre for Entrepreneurship. The... Read more
Kathleen Wynne visits Humber
Victoria Caister reports on the Ontario Premier’s press conference at the Humber Lakeshore G building and interviews students to get their thoughts. 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
The political fallout of Trudeau’s India visit
  Justin Trudeau’s India trip is still in the hot seat as news emerges of a known Sikh “nationalist” who attended the junket, invited by Sikh Liberal MP Randeep Sarai. The gaffe filled trip to one of the world’s emerging economies took off with great optimism and indeed netted... Read more