Federal sports funding favors the most expensive sports
In Canada, the cost of participating in youth sports is on the rise, leaving many parents unable to register their kids, but federal government spending continues to prioritize the most expensive sports, despite lower participation. During a time when Canadians are seeing rising costs from school supplies to groceries,... Read more
Tourism is recovering from COVID, but students still struggle to make travel plans
Tourism in Canada has struggled to recover from COVID-19. it wasn’t until 2023 that tourism levels surpassed 2019, as more people began to start travelling again. But struggles remain. During the third quarter of 2023, Destination Canada said higher interest rates on disposable income were the leading factor for... Read more
Toronto thrift shop owner works against “fast fashion”
While many shoppers reach for their wallets, one local store owner has decided to use her love for clothing to work against the growing cost of fast fashion. Tatyana Passaretti, the owner of Aesthetic Trash Vintage, was out of work during the pandemic and decided to turn to one... Read more
New study says young student renters feel less hopeful about their future
Major metropolitan cities in Canada, like Toronto and Vancouver, have dominated the news cycle over the past few years for high living costs and pricing people out of owning, leading to a decrease in home ownership. A recent study from Statistics Canada found that renters living in these metropolitan... Read more
Visual and Digital Arts graduates showcase April 5 at L Space Gallery
The Visual and Digital Arts program is preparing for its graduation art exhibition to showcase students’ selected work. The show opens Friday, April 5 at Humber’s L Space Gallery at the Lakeshore Campus. The exhibition is called Ouroboros. “The symbol of Ouroboros means the destruction of art, but the... Read more
Singer Madi Diaz reconnects with Toronto fans at Axis Club show
American singer-songwriter Madi Diaz has gained traction the past few years after accompanying British pop star Harry Styles on his 2022/2023 world tour., She’s formed an extra special connection with her fans in Toronto. Read more
SkedPod Episode 1: FYE Lunar New Year event
Host Adrien Glazer talks to Skedline reporter Aswin Nair about his story on Humber First Year Experience’s (FYE) Lunar New Year celebration. Humber’s FYE threw an event to celebrate the Lunar New Year on Thursday, Feb. 8. The next event for FYE is this Friday, March 8 to celebrate... Read more
Major construction at Long Branch GO Station causes commuter confusion
After stepping off the train onto the platform at Long Branch GO station, commuters are greeted with the sight of major construction. The platforms are ripped up and barricaded off, plastered with signs explaining the disruptions affecting the station. After work started in December 2023, half of Long Branch... Read more
Students celebrate Lunar New Year with FYE event at Humber Lakeshore
The Lakeshore Campus rang in the Lunar New Year on February 8, with multiple culture clubs representing various countries all contributing something of their own. The event, spearheaded by the First-Year Experience Program (FYE), was planned about a month in advance. Samantha Maquera, a fourth-year Digital Communications Student at... Read more
Toronto artists showcase brands at Toronto Art Crawl
Toronto artists say events like the Toronto Art Crawl allow them to build important relationships with their customers. “It’s a fantastic way, whether you’re new as a business owner or have been established. To get your name out there in the community, and get your brand known,” Marissa says.... Read more