Skedline News cast for Nov. 15
Skedline reporter Makayla Pereira reporting on the top news stories for November 15. Read more
Toronto’s Ravine Ecosystems Under Threat
By Tierney Angus Dwindling biodiversity and an increase of invasive species have already begun to harm Toronto’s delicate ravine systems. Despite Toronto’s commitment to protect the natural spaces found in the city’s ravines, experts warn that the ecological collapse of the system has already begun, as reported by CBC... Read more
Carbon tax: Humber Office of Sustainability happy with environmental effort
By Paula Brown The Canadian government is going ahead with the carbon tax in Ontario, and Humber College’s Office of Sustainability is happy to see leadership in environmental efforts. “We are happy to see leadership that tries to shape a more sustainable world, and this carbon tax is... Read more
Nature’s Sanctuary photography exhibition
  A new art exhibition at the Assembly Hall features Colonel Samuel Smith Park. The show runs until Nov. 15. Skedline reporter Vanessa Gomez has this report.   Read more
Midterm stress: How are students coping?
The stress levels are high this midterm season, but students remain optimistic and open-minded. Skedline reporter Kelsey Mohammed interviewed Humber students about their coping skills and their opinion on Humber’s overall atmosphere. Camera Work: Michelle Ramos & Fatima Baig   Read more
Building a better tomorrow: New green plan
On Nov. 5 and 13, Sustainability Humber will be hosting a town hall meeting at North and Lakeshore campus. Students and staff in attendance will be asked for their input regarding a five-year sustainability plan. Humber Lakeshore Student Erik Divito is planning on attending the event, and has some... Read more