Homelessness death toll passes 1,000 names
The Church of the Holy Trinity’s Toronto Homeless Memorial passed 1,000 names on January 14, following the death of Daniel Duncan the day before. Community members... Read more
Humber gathers to mourn ‘saddening’ Iran plane crash victims
The students in the K-building were so quiet, one could hear a pin drop. Many were praying or bowing their heads. A woman could be seen crying. Midday Thursday, Humber College’s Lakeshore campus hosted a moment of silence for victims of the Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crash, which... Read more
Humber holds service  for  Ukraine Flight 752 victims
Humber College’s Lakeshore campus will be hosting a moment of silence for victims of the Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crash which claimed the lives of 176, including 57 Canadians.  The event will be hosted in the K-building by the Ignite Student Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. Ignite, the... Read more
Bricks And Glitter: the Pride upstart that dreams big
Bricks And Glitter, an organization that stands in opposition to the corporatization of Pride, has just started planning their third annual alternative, anti-capitalist Pride festival. It should be asked, however, why an alternative pride needs to exist in the first place. Picture this: It’s June 21, 2019, and you’re... Read more
OPINION: Toronto Maple Leafs problems go further than Mike Babcock
Not too long ago, the Toronto Maple Leafs were the National Hockey League’s biggest joke. The Maple Leafs had only won 30 games in the 2014-15 season and morale was low since most players knew a rebuild was coming. The tank for Connor McDavid had been in full force... Read more
OPINION: Remember Cherry as a flamboyant symbol of Canada’s hockey culture
For many, Don Cherry will be remembered for his final words on-air. But for the “silent majority,” as Cherry calls them, he will be remembered for much more. His rants, his love of the armed forces, his fun times with former Leaf Dougie Gilmour, his admiration of Leaf enforcer... Read more
After the results:                            The Cross Canada Project –       New Brunswick
By Luka Tskhadaia New Brunswick newspaper reporter Fallon Hewitt joined the Skedline.com studio one more time to discuss the outcome of the recent federal election.  Hewitt, who is a graduate from Humber’s journalism degree program, talks about working election night as a reporter for the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John,... Read more
Your next awards shows: Academy of Country Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards
By Sarah Larke and Katia Sist Dates and locations of this year’s awards shows Awards show season is far from over. Here’s a full list of all the upcoming ceremonies this year: Academy of Country Music Awards: The country awards show is coming to the MGM Grand Garden Arena... Read more
Liberal Caucus wants Raybould out following release of secretly recorded phone call
The SNC-Lavalin scandal continues to unfold this week following the release of a secretly recorded phone call between former Attorney General Jody Wilson Raybould and former Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick. The phone call was given to the House of Commons Justice Committee on Mar. 29 and corroborates her... Read more
One year later, effects of college strike still linger
The 2017/18 school year was hard. It was hard for students and it was hard for teachers. In October 2017, college teachers across the province voted to strike after five months of failed talks to renew their contracts with the College Employer Council (CEC.) What resulted was five weeks... Read more