Category Archives: News

First Native fashion magazine launched online News

By Sasha Ramnarine A new magazine aims to shatter stereotypes about natives, while promoting culture and traditions in a unique way. Native Max was launched in October and is the first magazine in North America that looks at fashion through a native lens, while strengthening community relations. “We want to promote wholeheartedness and compassion,” Kelly Holmes,

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Humber Lakeshore campus gets Halloween spirit Life, News

By Bianca Bykhovsky If you want to feel like the main character in a horror film, the  recreation centre’s  Power House of Terror at Lakeshore Campus provides the perfect stage. Humber’s Power House Recreation Centre,  built by patients of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Centre in the 1930s, has been transformed into a haunted house for its

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George Brown College opens new waterfront campus News

By Victoria Brown George Brown College is unveiling its new waterfront campus that will bring together the health sciences branches. George Brown administration and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty as well as other speakers gave speeches Friday for the official opening. Lorie Shekter-Wolfson , assistance vice-president of waterfront development and dean of community and health science

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Convervative MP retains seat in Etobicoke Centre News

Compiled By Andrew Schopp Conservative Ted Opitz will remain the MP for Etobicoke-Centre after a Supreme court of Canada challenge by former Liberal MP Borys Wrzesnewskj. Wrzesnewskyj challenged the results of the May 2011 federal election where Opitz won the riding by a mere 26 votes. Wrzesnewskyj appealed the election results citing voting irregularities at

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Coulter tweet causes Special Olympics response News, Uncategorized

By Briar Hopley The use of a loaded word to describe mentally handicapped people has sparked a strong reaction  from John Franklin Stephens, a global messenger for the Special Olympics. Stephens wrote an open letter Tuesday to prominent American conservative political commentator Ann Coulter, who referred to U.S. President Barack Obama as “a retard.” After

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Kenney suggests guidelines to bar some foreigners News

By Helen Surgenor In the face of contention over Bill C-43, the Harper Government has suggested guidelines for invoking the ministerial power to refuse would-be immigrants and refugees entrance to the country. The proposed bill, called the Faster Removal of Foreign Criminals Act, would allow the minister of citizenship and immigration to bar non-citizens entry

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HSF brings club day to Humber News

By: Sasha Ramnarine and Victoria Brown Beginning Thursday, the Humber Student Federation will be holding a “clubs day” each month to make students more aware of clubs on campus. Students will be able to ask questions and get information from club representatives as well as join a club they are interested in. Humber News reporter

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