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Sonia Verma, a foreign correspondent from the Globe and Mail, visited Humber College on Tuesday to discuss the ongoing issues in the Middle East, the Arab Spring revolution, and post-revolution realities, as well....

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After replacing John Davis as Humber College's president in July 2012, Chris Whitaker told Humber news that it's been an exciting first year as Humber's new president....

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Humber College’s Lakeshore campus is playing to host to a panel of several journalists who report at City Hall to discuss reporting on the Rob Ford administration. Reporters have, in the past, acknowledged this administration’s...

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By Nicholas Camilleri A Toronto marijuana activist is hoping his New Age Medical Clinic, which had its grand opening on the Danforth this week, will get be regulated to dispense medical marijuana. Sam Mellace opened...

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By Cindy McKenney and Tatiana Patterson Green beers and shamrocks will paint the town green Sunday as people from all over will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But the festive day also raises serious concerns about...

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By Sara Miller The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) is offering Toronto a large portion of gambling revenue from a potential downtown casino location, if it is built. Las Vegas-based developer MGM and Toronto-based...

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Video by Nicholas Camilleri Interviews by Jenifer Alvarez Earlier this week Humber College was dubbed one of the top employers in Toronto for newcomers to the country by Canada’s Top Employer. The award means Humber...

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Samsung S4 aims to take a chunk out of Apple

March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Russell Piffer Samsung introduced its Galaxy S4 smartphone Thursday evening at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, unveiling a feature-laden device with a larger screen and higher pixel count than the iPhone 5. “Samsung...

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By Brandon Humber The NHL will feature a revamped league organization and playoff format for the 2013-2014 season. On March 14, the league’s Board of Governors approved the realignment proposal that was put before them...

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TTC tests its new lower-floored streetcar

March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Tashae Haughton One testing, two testings with more testing to come! The TTC took its new lower-floored streetcar for a second test drive Friday morning. “There were no issues, everything went smoothly,” said TTC...

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