Despite Toronto challengers, Doug Ford still wants TTC subway
By Ryan Hanna for Skedline The provincial government is prepared to fund major transit projects in Toronto — including a three-stop Scarborough subway extension, Eglinton West extension, Relief Line South and Yonge subway extension to Richmond Hill — but only if it has control over them. This is according to a... Read more
Car found in Etobicoke Creek near Marie Curtis Park
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon and Ryan Hanna The Toronto Police are investigating a vehicle found partially submerged in Etobicoke Creek at Marie Curtis Park after they received a call around 1 a.m. Wednesday morning. An investigation is still underway and Inspector Darren Alldrit said that there is “no foul play involved”... Read more
Flight delays? Don’t forget your compensation
Claiming compensation for airline delays can be incredibly difficult — the process can take weeks and involve going back-and-forth with the airline numerous times. A lot of people don’t actually realize they’re eligible to claim compensation for flight delays and cancellations, only becoming aware of it when airlines initiate the... Read more
Boeing 737 MAX: What you need to know
By Ryan Hanna for Skedline Countries and airlines around the world are taking action after a Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet was involved in a deadly crash on Sunday at 8:44 a.m. — with all 157 passengers on board killed, including the seven-member crew and 22 United Nations staff members.... Read more
Do “signal delays” drive you nuts???
By Ryan Hanna It’s an occurrence that happens regularly on Toronto’s subway lines — the dreaded “… is delayed due to signal issues” message over the PA system. “The TTC has been making major strides in replacing its ancient signalling system. But it is a large job and the... Read more
News for Feb. 14 with Liam Harrington
Here’s today’s top news stories with Liam Harrington. Read more
Entertainment news for Feb. 14 with Sarah Larke
Here’s today’s entertainment news with Sarah Larke. Read more
Sports news for Feb. 14 with Daniela Ramirez
Daniela Ramirez is here with the latest sports news. Read more
Humber offering experimental international program this summer
By Ryan Hanna, for The School of Media Studies and Information Technology at Humber College is now accepting applications for a new, one-week international trip to Odense, Denmark. This program is the first of its kind at Humber and started off in October, Aimee Fereé from the School... Read more
When construction finishes, Kipling Station will link TTC, MiWay and GO Transit in the west end
By Ryan Hanna, for Construction on Kipling Station that began in 2018 is progressing well, which will see the integration of the Toronto Transit Commission, MiWay and GO Transit at the station. MiWay buses currently serve Islington Station, but once the new bus terminal is complete, they will... Read more