Category Archives: News

Toronto by-election: possible candidates News

By Sarah Rix If and when Rob Ford leaves office in two weeks, Toronto’s council has 60 days to decide who will step in as a replacement. If they opt out of choosing an interim mayor and decide instead on a citywide by-election, Olivia Chow, Adam Vaughan, Shelley Carroll, John Tory, Joe Mihevc, and yes,

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More snow, colder this winter News

By Melinda Warren Meteorologists from The Weather Network have released weather predictions for the months of December, January and February. The 2010-11 winter was one of Canada’s mildest  in history, but according to The Weather Network, we are in for typical Canadian weather this year. This winter will be unsettled with stretches of calm weather

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Taiwanderland celebrated at Humber News

By: Heather VanAndel Humber College students gathered in the North campus concourse Monday to celebrate the diversity of the Taiwanese culture. Taiwanderland, a celebration of Taiwan as a wonderland of cultural experiences, was hosted by 31 Taiwanese students from Humber. The students performed cultural dances, set up displays on parts of the Taiwanese culture, and served

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Toronto a top entrepreneurial city: Study Business

by Jeanette Liu Toronto is home to one of the top ecosystems worldwide for encouraging entrepreneurial activity, according to a report from a major research benchmarking firm. In a list of the leading 20 cities across the globe,  Startup Genome has ranked Toronto as the eighth best metropolis for technological startups and entrepreneurial companies. “Toronto’s Board

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Angry Egyptians gather in protest News, Politics

Compiled by Jessy Bains Angry Egyptians are storming President Mohamed Morsi’s headquarters in Alexandria and gathering in Tahrir Square. According to CNN, protesters are angry over an announcement by Morsi’s spokesman that the President issued an order preventing any court from overturning his decisions. Morsi also ordered retrials and new investigations into the deaths of

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