Jack-O-Lanterns Come Alive: ‘Pumpkins After Dark’ Puts A New Twist On Halloween Fun
When the sun goes down, County Heritage Park in Milton becomes a pumpkin wonderland. But these are not your ordinary jack-o-lanterns: they are a part of over 100 dynamic sculptures that take hours, and sometimes even days, to create. Monsters, movie characters, skeletons on motorcycles, and a 50-foot dragon... Read more
Not a typical Monday Night: De-Escalation Training with Sistering
Instead of staying home watching TV, Monday, September 17, around 20 people gathered for a De-Escalation Training session at a Bloorcourt Village coffee shop.  Priyanka Sheth, Program Director at the not-for-profit organization Sistering, gave tips, techniques on how to de-escalate a situation of an encounter with a homeless person,... Read more
Sports for April 4, 2019
Sports brought to you by Brandon Tretter for Skedline     Read more
Mayor John Tory reveals he wants King St. Pilot Project to stay
Mayor John Tory has announced that he wants the King St. Pilot Project to be permanent. The King St Pilot Project began in Nov. 2017. It restricted the movement of cars along King Street through downtown, prioritizing streetcars. “The King Street Pilot is working and it must be continued,”... Read more
Suspect in Markham kidnapping surrenders to police
The suspect wanted in connection with the abduction of a Chinese International Student has surrendered to police. 37 year old Abdullahi Adan turned himself over to York Regional Police overnight, according to Constable Andy Pattenden in an interview with CP24. “This investigation has been progressing very quickly and will... Read more
Skedline Newscast- April 2
Skedline Reporter Raven Smith reports on the day’s top news stories.   Read more
Skedline Sports for April 2, 2019
One year later, effects of college strike still linger
The 2017/18 school year was hard. It was hard for students and it was hard for teachers. In October 2017, college teachers across the province voted to strike after five months of failed talks to renew their contracts with the College Employer Council (CEC.) What resulted was five weeks... Read more
Ignite looking at redesign fixes for Lakeshore Campus
By Raven Smith-Grange Humber’s student government Ignite is proposing a Lakeshore campus redesign as part of its five-year strategic plan. But there is little detail about the redesign, which is mentioned briefly in a four-page document titled the Chief Executive Office Monitoring Report. According to minutes of a board meeting held on Oct.10 2018,... Read more
Despite Toronto challengers, Doug Ford still wants TTC subway
By Ryan Hanna for Skedline The provincial government is prepared to fund major transit projects in Toronto — including a three-stop Scarborough subway extension, Eglinton West extension, Relief Line South and Yonge subway extension to Richmond Hill — but only if it has control over them. This is according to a... Read more