How the Accessibility Act is integrated in Ontario’s colleges

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) provides opportunity for those who are being overlooked. As stated on the AODA website “[The Act is used to] achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities with respect to goods, services, facilities, accommodation, employment, buildings, structures and premises.”

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Measles: what you need to know
Measles is a disease that was disappearing from the current culture we live in today. But now, with the displacement theories created by the Anti-Vaccine Movement that say that vaccinations are causing autism. This isn’t the truth but it is becoming a widespread notion that vaccines relate to the... Read more
TO2015 volunteers learn they can drive for the Games

Potential volunteers for this year’s upcoming TORONTO 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games found out they have the opportunity to drive for the Transportation department.

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Humber College earns silver STAR for sustainability

Humber College has improved the experience of environmental sustainability across its campuses and now has received a silver STARS certification this year to prove. Compared to other colleges in the GTA, said Humber administration, the school is getting ahead of the game when it comes to being green on campus.

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Skedline reporter, Nick Dasko, hosts today’s Skedlive.

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SkedLive March 20, 2014

Skedline reporter, Brad Macdonald, hosted today’s skedlive.

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ZIP! POW! WOW! It’s ComicCon

People of all ages came together to celebrate their love for comics, movies, and television shows at the 13th Toronto ComicCON.

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Toronto couple’s take on plus-size fashion

One couple’s entrepreneurial spirit and a woman’s drive to make fashion accessible to sizes 12 and up is the inspiration behind a unique Toronto store

“If you don’t like the way you look we just need to change the clothes, not you,” says Karen Ward, who runs the plus-sized clothing store, Your Big Sister’s Closet with her husband Peter Chiem.

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Skedline reporters Savanna Chiblow and Nabeela Hashimi  asked Humber students at the Lakeshore Campus today about the remarkable story of the Jamaican two-men bobsleigh team who have made it to competition in the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Read more
Skedline reporter Savanna Chiblow asked Humber students on Lakeshore campus yesterday what their favourite comfort food is during this cold winter. Here’s what they had to say. Read more