Experts offer tips on managing food during the holidays
Thanksgiving dinner is over, and indulging in delicious foods and desserts has left many Canadians looking for ways to reset their eating habits and maybe drop a few pounds. The current weight loss trends have detoxing and intermittent fasting at the top of the list. Are either of these... Read more
Jobs numbers rebound to pre-pandemic levels but labour troubles remain
Canada’s employment numbers rebound back to pre-pandemic levels according to Statistics Canada after an increase of 157,000 jobs in September. This major milestone was reached amid a labour shortage with over 800,000 job vacancies reported in second quarter of this year. Leah Nord, senior director of workforce strategies and... Read more
Humber nursing students frustrated as  classes remain online

Third year nursing students enrolled in Humber College’s Nursing, Bachelor of Science program are feeling frustrated. Their learning continues to remain virtual while other programs are offering in-person learning.

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After vaccine requirements, restaurant staff face customer complaints
Ever since the proof-of-vaccine policy was implemented in Ontario on Sept. 22, staff at many establishments have been dealing with backlash from the public. Hosts and front of house staff are the first to deal with upset and difficult customers. “I only recently started working at a restaurant, so... Read more
“It’s my way of paying it forward”: Former Humber Hawk prepares for 60 km charity run
After a five-year varsity sports career at Humber College, 2020 graduate Andrew Blakey is set to take on his biggest athletic challenge yet. The former Humber Hawks baseball and volleyball star is set to run from Kleinburg, a town just north of Toronto, to Barrie on November 6 in... Read more
Moon Time Sisters launch fall drive to provide menstrual products to Indigenous communities
During the month of October, Moon Time Sisters are hosting a fall drive to gather menstrual products and financial donations for Indigenous communities across the country. With four chapters in Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia, Moon Time Sisters is a non-profit organization under True North Aid focused on... Read more
U.S. film crew members vote to strike over working conditions
Canadian screen productions could be affected by American film and television crews voting to strike over unfair working conditions. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)) and its 36 local unions, which represents 60,000 workers across the U.S, voted on Oct. 1-3 to take strike action. More than... Read more
Scammers return as Toronto’s rental real estate market revives
Toronto police issued a public safety alert on Friday, Oct.1, following a rental scam at the ICE Condominium complex on York Street. The news release calls on citizens to be cautious with rental advertisements placed on Kijiji. According to Toronto Police and Elle Iakovenko, Toronto & GTA sales representative... Read more
Overheated rentals market affects Toronto youth
Despite the real estate market experienced a slowdown and price slump at the beginning of the pandemic, it is now overheating. The prices are expected to keep skyrocketing, a Toronto realtor says. According to the recent report published by Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB), in the second quarter... Read more
New government’s credibility rests on  pharmacare commitment, student says
A Humber College student says he is not surprised with the recent election results since the Liberal’s focus on pharmacare is what Canada needs at the moment. Following Canadians’ decision that Justin Trudeau should remain the country’s prime minister, many voters worry there will be no changes in the... Read more