Toronto dwells on declaring homelessness a crisis
The City of Toronto is scrambling to provide shelter for the homeless, one of the most vulnerable groups of people during cold winter months.  City councillors Kristyn Wong-Tam and Gord Perks are urging the city to declare homelessness a crisis. Doing so would unlock funding from both the provincial... Read more
The fight for gender equality continues in Doug Ford’s Ontario
Photo Courtesy: @deboinfluence on instagram Despite the freezing weather, hundreds of Torontonians attended the Women’s March this past Saturday. Many were there to challenge Ontario premier Doug Ford and his policies. The annual Women’s March took place at Nathan Phillips Square in Downtown Toronto. The international movement, which brought... Read more
Toronto Transit Slowed By Storm
Snowstorms and freezing temperatures brought Toronto’s transit to a near standstill yesterday. School buses across the city of Toronto were cancelled with many students being left in the cold. Humber students were also affected with the TTC warning riders early in the morning that the cold weather was causing... Read more
Leafs’ losing streak continues with loss to Coyotes
The Toronto Maples Leafs continue to show inconsistency following a loss to the Arizona Coyotes Sunday night. The Leafs started the game off with defensemen Travis Dermott scoring a goal in the first period. Arizona would quickly take the lead in the second period with goals from Mario Kempe... Read more
Newscast Jan. 17, 2019
Alex Arsenych has today’s news. Read more
Humber’s Strong Start sessions aims to help first-year students
Skedline reporter Daniela Ramirez and videographer Sierra Guido attend the First Year Experience “Strong Start: College 101” workshop to find out the benefits of these on campus events at Humber Lakeshore and how helpful they are to students. Read more
Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur in Toronto court today
Toronto  – Bruce McArthur’s trial has been pushed back from Jan. 6, 2020 to Jan. 29, 2020 following a short court appearance in Toronto today, according to CBC News. McArthur, 67, is facing eight counts of first-degree murder in a series of deaths of men with connections to Toronto’s... Read more
Tierney Angus has today’s news. Read more
Bill C-46 may further strain relationship between youth and Toronto Police
In an effort to crackdown on impaired driving, the Federal government introduced Bill C-46, which was passed in June. The new impaired driving laws came into effect on December 18th, 2018 across Canada. The new laws allow police to demand breath tests from drivers without probable cause, but young... Read more
Cuddle the stress away on Animal Day
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon The fourth and last Animal Day of 2018, hosted by Humber IGNITE, is set to take place at Humber Lakeshore on Tuesday November 27th. The free activity helps students relieve stress and have a moment to relax with a large variety of animals.   “The... Read more