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
Sesame Street turns 50
Sesame Street is celebrating a big milestone. The beloved kids show is turning 50 years old. Sesame Street originally aired on Nov. 10, 1969 and has reached a span of over 120 million children worldwide. The show has been aired on the Public Broadcast Service, which made it easily... Read more
Walmart joins Humber to help workers continue education
Humber College has announced a new partnership with Walmart Canada. Walmart Canada launched the AdvancED program to help its employees and their families pursue post-secondary education. The program unveiled on Feb. 26 ensures that Walmart employees pursuing post-secondary education are eligible to receive a $2,500 tuition reimbursement. With the new partnership, those... Read more
Humber students talk student debt
OSAP has been slowly restructuring how student loans will work for future generations. Skedline reporters take a look at why the changes are being made and how past and present students are dealing with the system in place today. Read more
Students fill the OSAP gap
For decades the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), originally CSLP, has been giving students the opportunity to attend post-secondary school thanks to financial aid. A third-year Humber College Criminal Justice student, Maggie Srouji, says she owes her education to them yet somehow OSAP still falls short for her. On... Read more
Do teachers know how to use Blackboard?
Reporters Sabrina Arruda and Johanna Tucker take a technical look into Humber’s interactive learning website.     Read more