SIU investigates police shooting  in Peel drug probe
The Ontario Special Investigations Unit is investigating a police shooting in Mississauga on Tuesday night that has left one man in critical condition in hospital.  The shooting took place near the area of Southampton Drive and Eglinton Avenue West near Winston Churchill Boulevard.  Peel Police say the man crashed... Read more
One year later, effects of college strike still linger
The 2017/18 school year was hard. It was hard for students and it was hard for teachers. In October 2017, college teachers across the province voted to strike after five months of failed talks to renew their contracts with the College Employer Council (CEC.) What resulted was five weeks... 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
Skedline News – Feb. 25 (with Clement Goh)
Skedline host Clement Goh delivers Monday’s international news, from election results in Nigeria to an upcoming summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un. Read more
High-flying Hawks

High-flying Hawks

Sports Jan 17, 2019

By: Giovanni Siciliano The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team took down the Redeemer Royals last night 3-1 in what was a crucial West Division match-up. Humber lost the first set 23-25, but didn’t look back after that. They went on to win the next 3 sets 25-19, 27-25, and... Read more
Skedline Sports 106th Grey Cup Preview Special
Skedline reporter’s Giovanni Siciliano & Alex Figliomeni are here to bring you a preview special for the 106th Grey Cup in Edmonton on November 25. Read more
Sports News – November 13
Liam Harrington of Skedline brings you the top sports stories for November 13. 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
PC leadership-race voting chaos
After debates over extensions, and heated arguments over things like gender equality and pay, there’s no doubt that the PC leadership race has been a rocky road. Voting is closed for PC leadership today (Friday, March 9), but many were saying they were unable to vote, or that voting... Read more
Brampton fire takes three lives