Mayor John Tory reveals he wants King St. Pilot Project to stay
Mayor John Tory has announced that he wants the King St. Pilot Project to be permanent. The King St Pilot Project began in Nov. 2017. It restricted the movement of cars along King Street through downtown, prioritizing streetcars. “The King Street Pilot is working and it must be continued,”... Read more
UK lawmakers again reject all Brexit options
Britain could be heading towards a no deal brexit after UK lawmakers rejected four Brexit alternative Brexit following a round of parliamentary meetings. Members in the House of Commons voted against the options poised by Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday. The UK must come to an agreement... Read more
Architects discuss South Etobicoke’s unusual business growth since the 1950’s.
A Walk Amongst the Workplaces is a project by the University of Toronto’s design and architecture staff that explores the progress of areas such as South Etobicoke. For decades, this part of Toronto saw an “unplanned” result of locals being caught in industrialization. This is Part 1 of 2... Read more
Ignite looking at redesign fixes for Lakeshore Campus
By Raven Smith-Grange Humber’s student government Ignite is proposing a Lakeshore campus redesign as part of its five-year strategic plan. But there is little detail about the redesign, which is mentioned briefly in a four-page document titled the Chief Executive Office Monitoring Report. According to minutes of a board meeting held on Oct.10 2018,... Read more
News cast March 27
Tierney Angus has your news for the day. Read more
Trudeau stays away from SNC-Lavalin scandal at an armchair discussion in Toronto
The Prime Minister spoke with Glenn Mullan as part of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention At the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made no mention of the ongoing SNC-Lavalin scandal that has resulted in significant changes to his cabinet. Instead,... Read more
Walmart joins Humber to help workers continue education
Humber College has announced a new partnership with Walmart Canada. Walmart Canada launched the AdvancED program to help its employees and their families pursue post-secondary education. The program unveiled on Feb. 26 ensures that Walmart employees pursuing post-secondary education are eligible to receive a $2,500 tuition reimbursement. With the new partnership, those... Read more
“You have to be patient”: starting a career after graduating
Joyneat Chahal, 23, and Kamalpreet Gill, 25, started a new jewelry business in Etobicoke this year. They named their business Lehaazz Designz. Chahal and Gill are high school friends who lost touch after graduating because they had different pathways. Chahal is a Humber Alumni who graduated from Humber’s paralegal... Read more
Games find a home at Humber with 2019 Global Game Jam
Skedline reporter Clement Goh puts down his controller, and goes into a not-so-virtual reality of Humber students creating a video game in 48 hours or less. Read more
Humber College launches a new app for students interested in global opportunities
Humber College International Centre launched a new app called iCent last week for students interested in global opportunities. Over 350 students have downloaded the app since its launch and Humber College hopes the number will increase dramatically within the next few months. It is free to download and available... Read more