Category Archives: News

Humber North area ranks 2nd in theft rate News

By Ryan Saundercook The West Humber-Clairville neighborhood, where Humber College’s North campus is located, and where many Humber students call their home, has appeared on a CBC article listing Toronto’s crime hot-spots for 2011.  When it comes to theft over $5,000 and stolen vehicles, the neighborhood ranks second in both categories. There were 84.5 vehicle

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Youth unemployment improving, report says Business, News

By Alex Lambert Youth unemployment in Canada is experiencing some positive trends, according to a report released Tuesday by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada. The report outlines the misconception many people have that youth unemployment in Canada is at its worst, and argues that what we should be worried about is youth underemployment.

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Career centres better prepare students: report News

By Meagan Malloch A new report says preparing students for the real world starts in classrooms and is also improved through many different university services including career centres. According to the report released by the Council of Ontario Universities, the centres are among the services that help prepare students for the workforce and the ever-changing

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Surviving Sandy: What’s next for Toronto residents? News

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Now that “Frankenstorm” has come and gone, Humber students and Toronto residents are wondering when life will get back to normal. By Elton Hobson Slideshow by Patricia Brotzel Power Outages Thousands were still without power across the city on Tuesday afternoon as a result of wind speeds that reached above 70 km/h in some places,

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Mitt Romney: How his campaign unfolded News

By Sarah Rix Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama are in the homestretch of an intense presidential campaign. The Nov. 6 vote will determine whether Obama will win a second term in office or if Romney will become the 45th United States president. In a volatile American political climate with issues ranging from national debt,

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Frankenstorm winds to hit Toronto News

By Katherine Ward Storm chasers have been working overtime this weekend, monitoring the projected path of ‘Frankenstorm,’ more commonly known as Hurricane Sandy. According to Weather Network officials, the storm system hit New Jersey and New York Monday morning as a category 1 hurricane. Reports indicate the New York Stock Exchange closed Monday because of

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