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Colleges across Ontario are littered with picket lines as Ontario college teachers walked off the job at midnight on Sunday.
OPSEU, the union representing college teachers, counsellors and librarians, rejected the final offer of the College Employer Council, a deal which included an eight per cent wage increase over four years.
By: Matt Owczarz The death toll from a deadly truck bombing on Saturday in Somalia’s capital has risen to more than 300 people. The bombing occurred on a crowded street in Mogadishu, where approximately another 300 people were also injured in the blast. This is the deadliest attack in the Horn of Africa nation. Hospitals
By: Eugenio Garro Approximately 30,000 Humber students may not have classes to attend as early as Monday because their professors are headed for a possible strike. With an Ontario-wide college strike looming, students may be wondering not only what will happen to their semester but also what the strike is about. Over the course of