Women’s march on Washington photo gallery
The women’s march on Washington took place on Jan. 21. Over 1 million supporters flooded the streets of Washington to march in celebration of women’s rights, equality and  diversity. Skedline reporters travelled to Washington D.C. to cover the event. Here is a photo essay showing moments of the march captured by... Read more
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E-Cigarettes may encourage nicotine use in low-risk teens 
(Reuters Health) – E-cigarettes aren’t tied to a decline in teen smoking and the devices may actually entice some youth who are unlikely to try traditional cigarettes, a U.S. study suggests. Youth smoking has steadily declined over the past decade, with no steeper decrease after e-cigarettes debuted on the... Read more
Trump meets Senate leaders on U.S. Supreme Court pick
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump planned to meet with Senate leaders on Tuesday to discuss his nominee to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court and said he planned to announce his choice next week. Trump‘s nominee will fill the vacancy left on the nine-seat court following... Read more
Skedline goes to Washington with women’s rights protesters 
Watch our coverage of the Women’s March On Washington here:   Read more
SkedNow: January 24 with Sam Ladan
“It’s the sickest I have ever been,” Humber outbreak confirmed as norovirus
After 215 students fell ill at Humber College’s North Campus, Toronto Public Health has confirmed that the sickness is norovirus. The outbreak was first thought to be a case of food poisoning as it caused severe stomach pains. Humber College student Geordie Paul says its the sickest he has... Read more
Britain can discuss but not seal trade deals while in EU
  VALLETTA, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – Britain can discuss but not seal bilateral trade deals while it remains a member of the European Union, the deputy head of the bloc’s executive, which will lead the technical negotiations on Brexit, said on Tuesday. Frans Timmermans’ words highlight possible obstacles for... Read more
Temporary nursing station set up at Humber North
Humber College is fighting back against the virus affecting 215 students at the north campus. The college said that cleaning staff were working throughout the weekend on disinfecting highly touched areas in a release today. Toronto Public Health is waiting for the results of a lab test to confirm... Read more
President Trump’s first week in office
With Donald Trump’s inauguration as 45th president of the U.S. comes an array of changes for the country in terms of everything from healthcare to foreign policy. The White House’s official website has already been completely revamped where now the president’s plan for the next four years is thrust... Read more