Protesters urge UN to probe 2009 Tamil massacre

The National Council of Canadian Tamils hosted a protest rally at Yonge and Dundas Square Sunday to call for an independent United Nations investigation of the 2009 genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka. Skedline reporter Adam Jonsson has this report.

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Brampton Rises featuring local artists
  The event, Brampton Rises showcased, local talented upcoming and seasoned artists. The audio piece features some of these artists and they shared their insights with us. Read more

The latest H5N1 and H1N1 reports have put prevention on the public eye once again with the Toronto Public Library offering a free seminar about the immune system and prevention against a wide range of sicknesses and affections.

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Humber College marks December 6

December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. Humber College held a commemoration service at the North campus for students to reflect on the murders of 14 female students at l’École Polytechnique in 1989 as well as other women who’ve been victims of violence.

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Words from a Minor League Baseball coach: The Future of Canadian baseball

Frank Fascia is the head coach of the Brampton Royals Minor League team. Skedline reporter Kedean Smith met with Fascia at the Flower City Community Campus baseball diamond to hear the coaches views on the future of baseball in Canada.

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Meet the man who reformed the structure of a student union: a conversation with Thomas Hanna

This week at Skedline, we’ve been talking extensively about the leadership, finances, and activities of the Humber Students’ Federation.

Read more sat down with Master’s student Jordan Binns, 24, from McMaster University in Hamilton to talk about the pros and cons of nuclear and green energy.

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