Etobicoke Food Bank Re-opens
Skedline reporter Liam Harrington visits the Westway Christian Church to talk about the reopening of their food bank and the impact it has on the community. Read more
Jersey Day in support of Humboldt
Skedline’s Kadian White interviews Humber students, who share their thoughts on the Humboldt tragedy amidst the announcement of National Jersey Day. Read more
Humboldt bus crash: A developing story
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice announced Monday morning that one of the players from the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was misidentified by the coronoer after a bus collided with a tractor-trailer, leaving 16 people dead and 13 others injured on Friday evening. They were on their way to a... Read more
Photographer focuses on zoo “invisibles”
For most of us, stumbling upon a video of an adorable animal is something we enjoy. However, what if you decided it was your duty to show the world the animals we don’t see? For 41-year old Torontonian Jo-Anne McArthur, this is precisely the case. The photojournalist, author and... Read more
Toronto’s newest art space: Head to the CNE
Toronto’s latest gallery, Withrow Common, opened with a splash with its inaugural art exhibition: about Canada’s relationship with its Indigenous Peoples. Looking Forward, Looking Back: A Visual Exploration of Canada’s Relationship with its Indigenous People had its grand opening on Feb. 10. The art exhibit features the historical and current... Read more
Is Canada’s new cellphone alert flawed?
The Canadian government is introducing a new mandatory alert system for cellphones, starting April 6. But let’s examine the effectiveness and availability to the public. With the growing importance of cell phones in our day to day lives, Canada is the next country to introduce the text-based early alert... Read more
Humber students react to Canada’s new emergency phone alert system
Skedline reporters Victoria Caister, Cenk Papila and Katelyn Huras report on Humber students’ reaction to Canada’s new emergency phone alert system. Read more
GO and Presto fares to be cut, Wynne says
Skedline reporter Victoria Caister, videographer Katelyn Huras and editor Remi Marchessault report on Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory speaking Thursday morning about GO and Presto fare reductions. Read more
Pride Toronto says no to police marching in parade
A statement was issued last night from Pride Toronto asking Toronto police officers to refrain from marching in this year’s Pride Parade. Their reasoning for issuing this statement was that they believe that police are not supportive of their community. They also believe that the police’s involvement in the... Read more
Canadian cities support #MarchForOurLives
On March 24, students around the world Marched For Their Lives. After the recent Parkland Florida shooting, where Nicholas Cruz opened fire and took 17 lives while leaving several more injured – students took matters into their own hands to bring justice to gun control. The protest captured so... Read more