Final 2022 Skedlive show Thursday, Nov. 24
International students struggle to pay their tuition as fees continue to go up
According to the Statistics Canada report Canadian and international tuition fees by level of study (current dollars), in Canada, international students pay around five times what a Canadian student pays for an undergraduate degree and around three times more than a domestic student for graduate school during the 2022-2023... Read more
Can Ontario be regulated with another mask mandate amid higher respiratory illnesses?
In recent months as respiratory illness rises across the country, many Canadian healthcare experts have been asking the provincial governments to bring back mask mandates again. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore in a recent press conference ‘strongly recommended’ Ontarians to wear masking in public indoor settings.... Read more
Skedline Radio  Thursday, Nov. 17
Skedlive for Thursday, Nov. 17
NeedorGreed Protest
NeedorGreed organized a protest in Queen’s Park on Nov. 17, 2022, for a freeze of tuition fees for international students. International students provide 68 per cent of tuition revenue which accumulated to be $1.7 billion last year which was more than colleges received in provincial grants. This event was... Read more
Black Friday 2022: How different will it be from last year?
As the inflation rates settle down slowly, Black Friday 2022 might look different for Canadians. A new report says holiday spending in Canada is expected to shrink consumer spending power. Canadians are cutting back this holiday season as we expect a recession next year and a worsening economy. Holiday... Read more
New art exhibit at Humber features art from Nuit Blanche
Audio text: In today’s art news, Humber College presents Wagari: Dabiyil, Biram – Vessel: Water and Sky exhibit or the Carmichael exhibit. This exhibit displays the commissioned cyanotype textile created by Sonja, Elisa Jane and Freja Carmichael for Nuit Blanche. The art piece was one of the commissioned arts... Read more
Humber College suspends journalism degree program
Ever since high school, Fernando Bossoes, a first-year international student in Humber College’s Bachelor of Journalism program, knew he wanted to become a journalist. Bossoes, who is from Brazil, chose to study journalism in Canada for its comprehensive and wide-ranging selection of multimedia journalism education. “In my country, journalism... Read more
FIFA 2022 Qatar World Cup submerged in political controversy
Sportswashing is a term used to represent the practice political world leaders or companies use to distract people at events, such as the World Cup, from the social and humane injustices in their country or corporation. Coined in 2018 after Russia hosted the 2018 FIFA World, sportswashing has come... Read more