By Gregory Philion and Kaylee Perkins With the 2017-2018 school year slowly coming to an end, that means the IGNITE elections are right around the corner. Each year Humber College gets a new batch of IGNITE candidates running for either Board of Directors, Vice President and President. On Tuesday,... Read more
It is time to start deciding on who you want representing you on campus next school year. IGNITE’s Elections Forum is coming to Lakeshore campus on March 6, giving Humber students a chance to meet the elections candidates, hear their platforms, and most importantly, ask them your questions.... Read more
PARIS, Feb. 13 (Reuters) – French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron is being targeted by Russian media and internet attacks from within Russia with the goal of helping the election campaigns of his pro-Moscow rivals, his party chief said on Monday. The comments by Richard Ferrand, secretary-general of Macron’s En Marche!... Read more
Emma Schatochin reports from Twentieth Street Junior School, a polling station in Etobicoke’s ward 6, to speak with voters about who they see fit as Toronto’s mayor and why they believe it is important for everyone to hit the polls. Read more
Tim Brilhante isn’t the only candidate who was disqualified from last week’s Humber Students Federation elections. We spoke to Karnesh Babaria, who ran for Vice President of Student Life, about how he was disqualified as well as his reactions to Brilhante’s efforts to appeal his disqualifications. Read more
The Humber Students’ Federation begins elections today. Over 24 candidates are vying for various HSF positions including President, Vice President of Student Affairs, and Vice President of Student Life. Skedline reporter Kezia Hinds caught up with voters and HSF representatives. Read more
The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) election season is in full swing with campaign posters already plastered around campus showcasing the candidates and their platforms.
Last year HSF saw its highest number in students voter turnout. HSF Project Coordinator Vanessa Silaphet says 6,6609 students voted, which represents 23.8 per cent of the student population. That is higher than the 5,578 who voted in the 2012 elections.