The bodies of Canadian pilot captain Blake Slater along with cargo handler Dwayne Jacobs were today discovered after their aircraft went missing on the weekend.Read more
It’s your typical story of ‘it’s not about the money but doing what makes you happy’ – literally. Allen Yui, 29, epitomizes this statement. He is not a philanthropist in any sense, but Yui is a banker turned comedian. For him it’s a story of following your own dreams and making you happy.Read more
After receiving a petition from game programming students outlining serious complaints about the quality of some professors, Humber’s School of Media Studies and Information Technology is pledging to take action, possibly going so far as not inviting some of the part-time faculty back, according to the program coordinator.Read more
Facebook is experiencing criticism for allowing users to post decapitation videos but the social media company is standing its ground. The company said earlier this week it will allow users to post the videos as long as it is done so “in the right context.”Read more
A shooting rampage by a lone gunman in Georgetown, Guyana, has left five people dead, another injuried and a nation questioning the operations of the Guyana Police Force.Read more
BlackBerry was a ship sinking to rise no more but a new Chief Executive Officer and a financial boost may be the anchor the struggling Canadian smartphone company needed.Read more
Mayor Rob Ford says he won’t step down despite the revelation from police Chief Bill Blair confirming the existence of a video, which appears to show the mayor smoking crack.Read more
While RIM operations boast of 10 million downloads for its Blackberry Messenger app, some iPhone and Androids users say it may be too late for a come-back.
Andrew Bocking, head of Blackberry messenger operations, wrote in a Blackberry blog post on Tuesday that the BBM app launch was successful in a matter of hours.Read more
We all may have our own uses for bicycles – commuting, recreation, fun or even exercise – but participating in a Mr. and Mrs. Bicycle pageant may be a little less well known.
For Humber College film professor and cyclist Andrew Ainsworth proposes a bicycle pageant as a an avenue to celebrate the culture of cycling in Toronto .Read more
It’s after 8 p.m., Wednesday evening in the gymnasium at Humber College’s North Campus. Most of the competitive Hawk teams have already packed up. The Humber Hawks cheerleading team is the only one left.Read more