While the 2013 holiday rush is underway, two thirds of Canadians find it difficult to shop for specific people, according to a new study done by Staples Canada.
Humber students don’t want to be on the hunt for treasure. OOHLALA’s virtual treasure hunt game launched Tuesday at noon on all Humber College campuses. However, students aren’t excited to play.
Another young child is dead after being cared for at an unlicensed daycare facility.
More expectant mothers will be hitting the treadmills if they want their babies to acquire optimized brain developments, thanks to a new study by the University of Montreal.
‘Tis the season to start thinking about the less fortunate, as Humber’s early childhood education students starts accumulating their toys for the annual Toronto Firefighters Toy Drive.
Theatregoers are taking a magic carpet ride, as Disney’s Aladdin premiered in Toronto last Friday for a nine-week, pre-Broadway engagement.
This week, the College Student Alliance has launched the Yellow Umbrella Project, a campaign to help raise the awareness of mental health and break the stigma surrounding the issue.
There has been another recall of beef in Canada on Tuesday. It is the sixth in the month of October. The latest recall is for Sunspun Bearpaw-shaped beef burgers. The product is sold at Loblaws stores nationwide.
Tommy Smythe, best known for being a television personality on HGTV’s Design Inc., made an appearance at Humber’s north campus today.
Humber students went wild today as Jungle Cat World to the Lakeshore and North Campuses.