Skedline News – November 13
Vanessa Gomez of Skedline brings you the top news stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Trump’s Twitter empire
Did you know that Trump’s Twitter followers are equal to the entire population of Colombia? Have you seen the president’s first-ever Tweet? You can find all that and more in this infographic. Read more
Ontario throne speech full of promises and care
Premier Kathleen Wynne has promised a “commitment to care” that was detailed in today’s throne speech. The speech, delivered by Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, covered three essential topics while mentioning other issues the Wynne government feels Ontarians will be concerned about as they head to the polls June 7.... Read more
Wynne appeals to Ontario youth: Get out and vote
While June 7 may seem far away, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has “unofficially” begun campaigning for this year’s provincial election, with one of her first stops taking place at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus. Wynne, who made the appearance Friday morning, arrived to a packed room in Humber’s Centre for Entrepreneurship. The... Read more
Kathleen Wynne visits Humber
Victoria Caister reports on the Ontario Premier’s press conference at the Humber Lakeshore G building and interviews students to get their thoughts. Read more
China votes to remove presidential limits
President Xi Jinping of China has been voted in to stay on as president for life. China voted yesterday to change its constitution and remove the two-term limit on the presidency. These changes were made by the annual sitting of parliament, the National People’s Congress, which has over 3000... Read more
New batch of candidates for IGNITE elections
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
Millennials on Canadian politics
What millennials really think about Trudeau
It’s been a year and a half since young Canadian’s came out en masse to vote for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party. Millennials came out in droves to cast their ballots for the Liberals in 2015. A report by Abacus Data even goes so far as to... Read more
Hospital stocks fall after Republican health bill seen leaving 24 million uninsured
(Reuters) – Shares of hospital stocks were sharply lower in early trading on Tuesday after the U.S. Congressional Budget Office forecast that 14 million Americans would lose medical insurance by next year under a Republican plan to dismantle Obamacare. Shares of HCA Holdings fell 1.8 percent, Tenet Healthcare fell... Read more