Ontario Worst Roads Campaign begins tomorrow

Last year, Dufferin Street was voted as the worst road in Ontario. This year, motorists have the opportunity to select its successor.

The South Central Ontario branch of the Canadian Automobile Association starts its annual month-long campaign to name Ontario’s worst roads tomorrow.

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Toronto vintage clothing show returns for a second year

With Downton Abbey, the Emmy-winning British costume drama, on hiatus period clothing fans can tide themselves over at the second ever Toronto Vintage Show, which will take place at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre on March 23rd.

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Megan Bryan says she will not be travelling for reading week because she is not working and can’t afford to travel. A¬†politics and governance undergraduate at Ryerson University, Bryan isn’t the only one in that situation. However, there is hope for students feeling the pinch. Michael Duchesne, who publishes... Read more
Black Friday Shopping tips

Black Friday is upon us again and a lot of Canadians will be participating in this wonderful day of sales.

On the Friday the 29th, shops across the country will be opening up their doors to customers to get merchandise at supposedly low prices. Still some shoppers will not be participating in the sale.

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Transparency with the Humber Student Federation (HSF) has been an issue journalism students from both the North and Lakeshore Campuses have had over time.

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I partook in a race from Humber College, Lakeshore Campus to The Scarborough Town Centre. The aim of the race was to experience the adventures of daily commute and discover the fastest route using the subway, streetcars and a car. I was team subway. Taking off at 11:30am, I... Read more