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By: Sasha Azeez “Hello World, The Art of Code” at Humber College, focuses on breaking the barriers of coding – but times running out to see it. The exhibits closing event took place last Wednesday evening and will be closing its doors on Friday. It displays the work of students and their process with creating
By: Kylie Vaillancourt In a staff report released on Nov. 17, the TTC has announced that there will be a ten cent fare hike in ridership fares coming 2017. Starting Jan. 1, the token and presto fares will rise to $3, the weekly pass to $43.75 and the monthly pass to $146.25. This will be
By: Hunter Crowther Canadian businesses are adjusting to Donald Trump’s announcement the United States will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement once he takes office. In a video released Monday night, the president-elect shared his priorities for when he succeeds President Barack Obama on Jan. 20. He called the TPP “a potential disaster” for the United States.
By: Hunter Crowther A heavy federal tax on legalized marijuana will not affect the sales of cannabis manufactures in Canada, says one industry insider. However, a real threat to the industry will be if the federal government sets the minimum purchasing age higher than legal drinking age. Jordan Sinclair is the director of communications for
By: Brandon-Richard Austin Rob Burton, mayor of Oakville, Ont., said Tuesday he is pleased with the tentative deal reached by Unifor and Ford Canada representatives. In a press statement delivered to Humber News, the mayor’s office wrote that the tentative deal “guarantees $700 million in new investment.” Unifor’s National President Jerry Dias announced the tentative