How do Humber students track their monthly expenses?
Statistics Canada report mentions a seven per cent increase in the inflation rate in August 2022. Inflation does not only affect house bills and gas but also the prices of basic necessities increased such as food, water bills, and phone bills. Saving up for the future isn’t exactly new... Read more
FYE Events: From the perspective of first-year students
With the school year starting at the beginning of September, first-year students were welcomed with various First-Year Experience Events held by Ignite. The events prepared for first-years include but are not limited to Frosh 2022, speed friending and a carnival. A few first-years have shared their opinions and recommendations... Read more
Toronto’s upcoming election could result in a congestion tax for downtown area
Toronto residents are returning to the polls this month for the municipal and school board elections on Oct. 24. With the upcoming election, depending on the results, some significant changes could be seen in notable ridings around the city. Ward 10, also known as Spadina-Fort York, is one of... Read more
Toronto reacts to Mahsa Amini’s death
Mahsa (Jina) Amini was murdered by police for wearing her hijab ‘incorrectly’ on Sept. 16 in Tehran, Iran. “Jina’s body is a living wound of entangled discriminations, a wound on my body, on ours. An open wound on the body of the street,” Feminists for Jina said. The murder... Read more
Hundreds of international students at Humber College affected by backlogs at IRCC
While others attend orientation, move into their new homes, and take tours around their new campuses, thousands of international students are still at home waiting for answers about their study permits. This situation occurs due to the backlogs at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. According to IRCC, they were... Read more
What will happen to Canadians after the Queen’s death?
The Queen who ruled the United Kingdom and served as Canada’s head of state for seven decades was carried to her resting place on Sept. 19 in presence of political leaders and witnessed by people around the globe. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau along with other world leaders did not... Read more
Humber student athlete Aidan Murphy on pitching no-hitter
When Aidan Murphy took the mound on Sept. 11, 2022, it was his first time doing so in a game since 2018. What followed is something nobody could have expected. He threw the sixth no-hitter in Humber Baseball history. “Honestly when I went out for the first inning I... Read more
Skedline newscast for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
High Park weekend road closures spark criticism from Ward 4 residents
Toronto city council is testing a new project called the High Park Movement Plan, geared toward educating cyclists on road safety and providing a safe space for cyclists to ride freely on the road. The High Park Movement Strategy launched this past summer to an overwhelmingly positive reaction from... Read more
Affordable food options at Lakeshore Campus: What students have to say
Skedline.com reporter Rosana Vinoles spoke with students this week about their food options in and around the Lakeshore campus. Here’s what they had to say. Some students are comfortable with the food selection on-campus but are concerned that food prices have increased making it more challenging to buy on... Read more