SkedLive April 10, 2015
Emily Singh hosts this week’s SkedLIVE with entertainment host Camille Teape and weather reporter Grace Cascioli. Read more
Sugar: A not so sweet love affair
At one point in history, this item was traded and highly sought after. It was the fuel that powered the engine of the slave trade that brought millions of Africans to the Caribbean’s, South and North America. British colonists called it “white gold” and some countries even used it... Read more
Chinese Lantern Festival
  Humber College hosts its first Chinese Lantern festival on March 5, 2015. Skedline Reporters Sara Miller and Sohini Mondal have this report about the festival which honours family life and the Chinese New Year. Read more
Humber brings fashion home
Humber’s fashion community came together for one night for the Fashion Come Home alumni event at the Lakeshore campus. Students were able to mingle with each other as well with other Humber fashion graduates and industry guests. The event, which is in its second year, was ran completely by current... Read more
Colourism: The dividing lines in the black community
“If you’re black, stay back; if you’re brown, stick around; if you’re yellow, you’re mellow; if you’re white, you’re all right.” A simple nursery rhyme on the surface but one that illustrates a long-standing issue in the black community. “Colourism” has divided black people for hundreds of years since the inception... Read more
Humber  holds open house for new Lakeshore Campus centre
Skedline reporters Sara Miller and Sohini Mondal attend the open house for Lakeshore grounds Interpretive Centre at Humber College. Area residents joined the meeting to discuss possible future development plans. The centre will be located in the new welcome building at the corner of Lakeshore Blvd. W. and Kipling Ave.... Read more
Computer engineer Barbie book stirs up controversy
In Barbie’s world, you can be anything: An astronaut, a doctor, even a computer engineer…but not without the help of a man. Recently, the 55-year-old American icon has stirred up controversy one again for a new book in the Barbie “I Can Be” series. The story starts with Barbie... Read more
Lingerie giant ‘Perfect Body’ ads draw criticism
Victoria Secret is in the headlines again, but not for their annual televised fashion show. The lingerie giant is now fighting claims it promotes a negative body image after a recent marketing campaign showed images of their slim models posed in underwear with the phrase “perfect body” headlined across the middle.... 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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No, he is not related to current Toronto mayor, Rob Ford… But for 30 years, resident Russ Ford, has been serving the Etobicoke – Lakeshore community as the executive director for LAMP Community Health Centre. Now, Ford is running as a candidate for the Ward 6 seat at city... Read more