OPINION: Remember Cherry as a flamboyant symbol of Canada’s hockey culture
For many, Don Cherry will be remembered for his final words on-air. But for the “silent majority,” as Cherry calls them, he will be remembered for much more. His rants, his love of the armed forces, his fun times with former Leaf Dougie Gilmour, his admiration of Leaf enforcer... Read more
After the results:                            The Cross Canada Project –       New Brunswick
By Luka Tskhadaia New Brunswick newspaper reporter Fallon Hewitt joined the Skedline.com studio one more time to discuss the outcome of the recent federal election.  Hewitt, who is a graduate from Humber’s journalism degree program, talks about working election night as a reporter for the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John,... Read more
Your next awards shows: Academy of Country Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards
By Sarah Larke and Katia Sist Dates and locations of this year’s awards shows Awards show season is far from over. Here’s a full list of all the upcoming ceremonies this year: Academy of Country Music Awards: The country awards show is coming to the MGM Grand Garden Arena... Read more
Liberal Caucus wants Raybould out following release of secretly recorded phone call
The SNC-Lavalin scandal continues to unfold this week following the release of a secretly recorded phone call between former Attorney General Jody Wilson Raybould and former Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick. The phone call was given to the House of Commons Justice Committee on Mar. 29 and corroborates her... 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
Ignite looking at redesign fixes for Lakeshore Campus
By Raven Smith-Grange Humber’s student government Ignite is proposing a Lakeshore campus redesign as part of its five-year strategic plan. But there is little detail about the redesign, which is mentioned briefly in a four-page document titled the Chief Executive Office Monitoring Report. According to minutes of a board meeting held on Oct.10 2018,... Read more
I deleted social media and here’s how the world changed
By: Sierra Guido Opinion, for Skedline It’s been two weeks since I bit the bullet and clicked the tiny red ‘X’ on each social media app that my phone became a palace for. Instagram and Snapchat, gone. If I told you it was the worst decision I’ve ever made,... Read more
Fashion Ins and Outs of 2019
Reporters Makayla Pereira and Natalia Yurieva talk about the newest fashion trends and ways to improve your wardrobe. Read more
Ignite educating students on taxes with free seminars
Tax season is in full swing and can often be a stressful time for many who are unsure of how to organize and file their paperwork.  In order to help students, understand the confusing world of taxes, Humber Ignite is holding a month of free tax clinics from March... Read more
IGNITE fails to spark student protest participation
By Justin Field for Skedline: Opinion   Humber students need to care about what is happening with their education, and what their student union is doing for them, now more than ever. Wednesday was supposed to be a day of action. A province-wide student walk out took place on... Read more