Skedline News – Feb. 25 (with Clement Goh)
Skedline host Clement Goh delivers Monday’s international news, from election results in Nigeria to an upcoming summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un. Read more
Skedline News – November 13
Vanessa Gomez of Skedline brings you the top news stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
  Robert Bruce Ford, Toronto’s contentious former mayor, has died at the age of 46 in hospital after a battle with a rare form of abdominal cancer. In his more than 16 years working in Canadian politics, Ford built an army of followers behind his name. Known for his... Read more
Skedlive: March 21, 2016
SkedNow – November 19, 2015
A brief preview of what to expect on the broadcast today at 3 p.m. with host Erik Mclaren – be sure to tune in at Read more
Defined by Spadina Avenue on the East, Dundas on the South, College on the North and Bathurst on the West, Kensington Market has developed into a lively destination. The Market is an old neighborhood and has become one of the city’s most well-known attractions. Located along Augusta Avenue, it features... Read more
Short term rental prices to soar during Pan Am Games
City of Toronto residents looking to lease their homes this summer can expect to pull in some major cash this July, thanks to the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. The Pan Am games are scheduled to run from July 10 to July 26 with the prices for short-term rental... Read more
International Education Week
Humber College celebrates International Education Week with food, music and games in the Lakeshore Commons Building today. This year featured countries include Italy, Nigeria, Japan and England. International students at Humber volunteered to distribute food and teach others about the country, even if they’re not from that country themselves.... Read more
SkedLive November 14, 2014