Skedline News Cast Jan 22
Skedline goes through the top news stories from across the globe. Read more
Homelessness death toll passes 1,000 names
The Church of the Holy Trinity’s Toronto Homeless Memorial passed 1,000 names on January 14, following the death of Daniel Duncan the day before. Community members... Read more
Ontario teachers work-to-rule enters second day
Ontario elementary and high school teachers have entered day two of their work to rule campaign.  The teachers say months of contract talks with the province have resulted in little progress and members of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation have said... Read more
Impeachment Inquiry into Trump goes public
At today’s first public impeachment hearing, a witness testified that President Donald Trump cared more about his own political interests than about Ukraine’s welfare. Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, disclosed that a member of his staff overheard a July 26 phone call in which Trump asked Gordon Sondland,... Read more
Trudeau wants to avoid confrontations with political opposition
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will seek to avoid big confrontations with other parties when he unveils plans for his new minority government next month, the leader of an opposition party said today. The news comes after a one-on-one meeting with Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet. Trudeau’s Liberals lost their parliamentary... Read more
After the results:                            The Cross Canada Project –       New Brunswick
By Luka Tskhadaia New Brunswick newspaper reporter Fallon Hewitt joined the Skedline.com studio one more time to discuss the outcome of the recent federal election.  Hewitt, who is a graduate from Humber’s journalism degree program, talks about working election night as a reporter for the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John,... Read more
After the results: The Cross Canada Project – Ontario
Barrie, Ont. resident Jacob Sanderson, 19, says he is perplexed with the results of the 2019 federal election. The advertising and marketing graduate says he is not a “fan” of the Liberals and had wanted the Conservatives to win a majority government.   Sanderson says Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer... Read more
The Cross Canada Project

The collective voice of Canadian youth: their fears, hopes, and dreams about the upcoming 2019 federal election.

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Mind Map: Humber College’s Mental Health Summit
Humber’s Lakeshore Campus is hosting Mind Map: A Mental Health Summit. The event – organized by the Canadian mental health charity: Jack.org – includes yoga, guided meditation, and seminars from mental health professionals. The event’s main focus is to teach students how to self-care. Organizer Hailey Appel says the... Read more