TTC sexual assault stats raise awareness
By Fallon Hewitt and Devon Imrie Information obtained by the Toronto Star shows there have been 577 reported incidents of sexual assault on TTC property and vehicles between 2011 and 2015. The figures were released after a freedom of information request was made by the newspaper. The figures come... Read more
Costumes Ignite Halloween contest
By Alyssa Croezen, Alexa Dimitruk and Rob Lowrey Ignite Student Life hosted a Halloween costume contest at Humber Lakeshore Campus. On Oct. 31, Students were encouraged to dress up in their best costume for a chance to win one-of-three top prizes. Skedline reporter, Rob Lowrey, spoke to a couple... Read more
#TODeadlyStreets: An interactive map
By Fallon Hewitt and Devon Imrie According to the Toronto Police Service, 35 pedestrians have lost their lives in traffic related incidents this year in Toronto. These numbers put a new emphasis on the issue of pedestrian and cyclist safety. On Oct. 21, TPS put out a news release... Read more
Ignite hopes to raise awareness after students express skepticism over new branding
By Devon Imrie & Kabrena Robinson, Skedline.com Following the rebranding of the Humber Students’ Federation to IGNITE in July, many students remain skeptical about the budget and transparency of the change. The previous rebrand info session held by IGNITE on Oct. 5 sparked a lot of anger among students... Read more
Prime Minister Stephen Harper shook hands with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford on Sunday signifying the federal government’s support for the city’s Scarborough subway extension plan. No specific information was announced in regards to the federal government’s funding towards the project until Monday when federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty confirmed... Read more
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty confirmed the federal government’s support of the Scarborough subway expansion today at a press conference. The promise is supported by the $660 million that will be provided for the city to fund the project. Read more
Where the Truck can they go?

The recently started pilot project for food trucks in Toronto is now allowing the city streets to become friendlier for these mobile businesses.

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