Canada taking leadership role in carbon pricing, says sustainability director
First-time home buyers hopeful election will cool hot real estate market
House hunters who are tired of bidding wars, prices way over asking, and a lack of proper home inspections are hoping this federal election will tame the country’s real estate market According to data released by The Canadian Real Estate Association, as of July 2021, Canada has an average... Read more
A nation on edge: Americans anxiously await election outcome
After President Donald Trump prematurely declared himself the winner of the 2020 presidential elections early this Wednesday morning, activists on both sides of the race ramped up public demonstrations as key swing states worked to finish the vote count. Trump declared the election a “fraud” and called for the... Read more
2020 U.S. elections: Republicans cling to Senate majority in a tight race.
By Saloni Bhugra, Nov 3 In an echo of the tight presidential race, the Republican Party was leading a tight race to hold on to its slim Senate majority. The Republicans held southern Senate seats as expected, while Democrats won the northern states with little competition. Going into the... Read more
Democrat Hickenlooper flips key Senate seat
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has ousted Republican Cory Gardner from the state senate seat with 54.6% percent of votes, the Associate Press reports. This loss is significant for the Republican Party as Gardner was known as a vocal critic of China. Gardner assembled several hearings investigating China during... Read more
Too close to call: The presidency hinges on results from Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania
Trump, Biden race still far from resolution With almost all polls closed, the race for the presidency is still too close to call. In some cities, results may not be announced until at least later in the day.  Former Vice President Joe Biden had a narrow lead as election... Read more
Life (doesn’t) begin on Opening Day
AUDIO OpEd – It shoulda been Major League Baseball’s Opening Day, but today, fans are crying the blues. A month ago, supporters across the globe were looking forward to watching the boys of summer light it up. For one thing, many wanted to see the Houston Astros get their... Read more
Will NHL have a summer playoff run? Anything’s possible and all is unknown
AUDIO REPORT – Everyone wants to know what’s going on with the National Hockey League. Is the season over for good? Will Toronto Maple Leafs star Auston Matthews get his chance to reach the 50-goal plateau? Will the Stanley Cup even be awarded? Skedline reporter Christian Holmes investigates the... Read more
Humber student in quarantine after study abroad
BY: IRELYNE LAVERY AND SARAH TAHER Katherine Mcnabb, a second year Bachelor of Public Relations student at Humber College, is now in self-quarantine after her time studying abroad in Scotland was cut short, due to COVID-19. Once the Canadian Embassy informed Mcnabb to return home to Canada, last week... Read more
Trucking in Canada faces acute shortages
Canada is suffering an acute trucking labour shortage, according to the newest Trucking HR Canada (THRC) report released at a press conference at the Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel on March 11.  The report, titled The Road Ahead: Addressing Canada’s Trucking and Logistics Industry Labour Shortage, looks at the reasons... Read more