Humber one of 76 schools to receive NSERC grant
Humber College has just received almost $3.5-million in funding for three initiatives which will support industry partners and provide healthcare services from COVID-19 effects. The grant for Humber total is $3.25-million and will be dispersed over a five-year span. The funds will go towards health, economic and environmental impacts... Read more
The sad truth about gentrification in lower-class neighbourhoods
Cabbagetown has long been a historic gem. With multiple roads of historically preserved houses, restaurants of so many different cuisines, and local farmers’ markets at Riverdale Park in the summer, Cabbagetown has variations of cultures and a sense of community. There is, however, one flaw to Cabbagetown. It has... Read more
Burdock vs. Birds: Deadly Enemies at Colonel Sam Smith Park
Behind the beautiful scenery of Sam Smith Park lies a threat known as burdock. On Thursday, September 19, Friends of Sam Smith Park, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and volunteers planted many native shrubs and trees at Whimbrel Point in an effort to overcome the threat. Barbara... Read more
LGBTQ+ Resource Centre Presents: QPOC Talk
On February 5, Humber’s LGBTQ+ group hosted their first Queer Persons of Colour Talk. This group organizes initiatives to support students of colour who belong to the LGBTQ community. Students can access support in a safe space for a variety of activities, such as homework, counseling, relaxation and open... Read more