Humber library applies for extra funds
The library at Humber College serves one of the biggest student populations in Canada. With over 31,000 students at Humber, the library has the daunting task of serving all of their specific needs. That can be hard when the library sees climbing annual costs after no increase in funding... Read more
Skedline News, March 5
This is Lucas Laporta bringing you the news for March 5. Read more
Etobicoke Eats: Woody’s Burgers
If there’s anything that keeps people coming back, it’s just as simple as a burger and a beer, says a longtime customer of one of Etobicoke’s most popular classic burger joints.  Peter J  is Woody’s Burgers oldest regular, coming to the restaurant ever since it opened. “I came here... Read more
Sports Cast, November 19
Skedline reporter Vanessa Gomez delivers todays sports cast Read more
Vision Zero: Will Election Change Game Plan?
By Lucas Laporta Vision Zero is the five-year plan Toronto City Council approved in 2017 to tackle traffic related fatalities across the city, including, but not limited to, cyclists. Presented by Mayor John Tory, the plan has a goal of reaching zero deaths in Toronto’s streets by 2021.... Read more
Etobicoke Eats: Dundas Street Grille
People have been saying for years that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you’ve ever been to Dundas Street Grille, you’d know those people are right. Nestled on the corner of Aukland and Dundas, just outside of Kipling Station, Dundas Street Grill is one of... Read more