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By Kristin Andrews The new leader of the Roman Catholic Church has been decided so what do those who are the future of the church think of Pope Francis? “I’m particularly fond of evangelization itself,...

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Tim Horton’s aims for U.S. market growth

March 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Shumu Haque Tim Horton’s, which continues to expand in Canada, is also looking to spread in the market south of the border, a report said Thursday. “We have gained a solid foothold in the...

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By Jesse Thomas and Jonathan Zettel The 2013 HSF student elections kicked off this week. The election theme this year is “Get in the game,” free yo-yo’s are being offered to students who who decide...

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By: Sara Miller and Sara Yonis Humber News reporters Sara Yonis and Sara Miller found out whether Humber College students monitored their daily salt intake, and were concerned about their health....

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Giant Pandas return to Toronto Zoo in May

March 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Compiled by Tatiana Patterson Giant Pandas are making their return to Toronto after more than two decades. Pandas Er Shun and Da Mao are being brought to the Toronto Zoo as part of a long term...

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By Brandon Humber Even a single concussion could irrevocably alter the structure of the brain, a report published this week in the journal Radiology says. The study, published Tuesday, was conducted by New York University’s...

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    Compiled by Cindy McKenney Physicists say they are confident they have discovered the elusive Higgs boson particle. The Higgs boson particle was the only missing piece in the Standard Model puzzle, a system...

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By clicking “like” on Facebook, you may disclose personal information about yourself without realizing it. A study published Monday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that Facebook “likes” can reveal users private...

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Europe bans animal testing

March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Today was the beginning of a new era for animal testing as the European Union banned animal testing for cosmetics and cosmetic ingredients with Monday being the last day to phase out the testing method....

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No pope yet, as papal conclave begins

March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Amber Daugherty With files from Alex Fuller The entire world is watching the Vatican as 115 cardinals move through the process of electing a new Pope. Tuesday was the first day of the conclave,...

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