SkedNOW April 9, 2015
Therapy dog joins Humber
Humber Lakeshore students helped stuff 8,000 eggs for a fundraising event for National Service Dogs across the country. Students were also introduced to Humber’s newest friend, Pacs. Skedline reporters Coco Zhang and Adith Mathew have the interview with Pacs carer, as well as a Humber professor, Sara Nickerson-White. Professor... Read more
Urge of Canadian kids getting exercise
Elementary and secondary school students need at least one hour of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity every day listed on Canadian physical activity guidelines suggested by Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology. According to a latest report by Active Healthy Kids Canada, only 7% of children in age group... Read more
Toronto dines to Winterlicious
Skedline reporter Coco Zhang reports on Toronto’s annual Winterlicious festival. Every year restaurants release special lunch and dinner menus. This year there are more than 200 restaurants added to the Winterlicious line-up. Winterlicious will wrap up on Thursday, Feb. 12.   Read more
International development week kicks off at Humber
Humber College opened International Development Week with an interactive travelling photo exhibition partnered with UN World Food Programme (WFP) on Tuesday. Skedline reporter, Coco Zhang has this video report on the opening ceremony featuring Humber Alumni, George Stroumboulopoulos, WFP Canadian Ambassador Against Hunger. The panel discussion of health challenges women... Read more
SkedNOW January 29, 2015
SkedNOW January 23, 2015
CBC says no to international interns
Failing a job interview because of limited ability is one thing. Being rejected at the beginning of the application process because of your nationality is another story. “I’m very frustrated now,” said Arieshadella Irwantini, a third year Journalism student at Humber College. “It is like the effort I’ve devoted doesn’t... Read more
Olivia Chow in high spirits after defeat
On Monday night, Toronto voted for a new mayor. As one of the three leading candidates, Olivia Chow campaigned vigorously to win.  Although she lost to John Tory, Chow encourage the city to step up. The endorsement she received throughout the mayoral race resonated amongst the crowd at her... Read more
Ward 1 Etobicoke North 2014 Toronto Election Profile

A profile of the issues facing the ward and of the candidates for council election.

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