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Justin Mowat The Canadian government pledged to provide $53 million in aid to Venezuela on Monday, amid the country’s worsening humanitarian crisis and escalating political division. The federal Liberal government announced the funding in Ottawa...

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Emily Richards, professional home economist, food connoisseur curated the recipes on Canada's food guide, provides insight on warm meals for the cold days. ...

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Tonight the US president will deliver his State of the Union address at Capital Hill with immigration on the top his agenda....

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  Kettelia Wright Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX cannot pay back investors some $190 million because the CEO died without anyone else knowing the encrypted password that gives access to all accounts. Co-founder Gerald Cotten,...

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The Ontario-wide march against OSAP and tuition changes took it's place on Feb. 4, being the second one after the changes were announced. ...

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Abbie Jack There is a concern among women who commute to Humber’s north campus, specifically those who have to walk in the dark to their vehicles. The recent sexual assault reports at York University, a...

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10 people have died in France's deadliest fire since 2005. ...

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Two men from a Toronto-based publication “Your Ward News” are being charged with promoting hate speech....

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"For years, members of the LGBTQ+ community in Toronto believed they were being targeted by a killer. They were right," Crown attorney Michael Cantlon told the judge....

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54% Humber students losing free tuition

February 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

54 per cent of Humber College students benefitted from free tuition during the 2017-2018 academic school year, according to a new data analysis conducted by CBC News. With 11,596 students receiving non-repayable grants, the college...

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