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Timeline: National anthem disgraces Sports

By Therese Jastrzebski The Canadian national anthem is back in the news this week, after two singers failed to do it justice. The first substandard performance happened at the Winnipeg Jets vs. New York Islanders game on Wednesday when Jill Shackner accidentally subbed in lyrics from “America the Beautiful.” The second performance happened in Lethbridge,

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Humber News Express, Nov. 28 News

[youtube id=”TGlfvu2ImpY” width=”620″ height=”360″] Ontario Superior Court Justice, Ian Nordheimer has granted the application for media outlets to have access to the rest of the document. The federal crown that is prosecuting Lisi isn’t opposing the release of the document, however the provincial Crown is arguing against it. Canadian retailers are giving Black Friday a

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Twitter’s impact on social media Business, Sci/Tech

By Therese Jastrzebski Since its inception in 2006, Twitter has become a mainstay of the social media landscape. Today marked another benchmark for the company – it went public. Twitter has morphed from short, silly status postings to a tool for easily spreading information, Rhonda McEwan, assistant professor at the Institute of Communication and Culture

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Sports management students plan community race Sports

By Therese Jastrzebski Sports management students are planning a community race to raise money for Right to Play, taking place on Nov. 9 at 1:30 p.m. The race happens after the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Cross Country National Championship that Humber is hosting, and runners will run the same course as the competitors. The 5km run

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New hotline aims to help postpartum depression sufferers Life, News

By Therese Jastrzebski A hotline for mothers who are suffering from postpartum depression and their families has been launched by the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba. The hotline known as the “warm line,” was launched in response to the tragedy that occurred in late July, when Lisa Gibson, a mother suffering from postpartum depression, took her

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