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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that Canada will be free from environmentally harmful single-use plastics by early 2021....

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In recent years, activists, policymakers, and sociologists were preoccupied with inner-city decline across Canada, but widespread reports of Toronto's old communities often ignore the massive flow of capital into these areas. ...

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Five years ago officials chose to switch Flint’s water to the Flint River, without lead corrosion controls, prompting a public health crisis....

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Government agencies and corporations alike are all accused of targeting job advertisements through Facebook, despite allegations that these tactics could lead to human rights infringements....

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Anxious high-school students forced to prolong their next move without the reassurance and help of Ontario Student Loans for postsecondary education. ...

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There are a variety of events and activities taking place across Humber College that can get the community involved in throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April of 2019....

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The new federal carbon tax plan will mean new things for four provinces that wish to opt out of it....

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Earth Week at Humber consists of a variety of activities that students and faculty can partake in to help the environment, including the test driving of electric vehicles and a relay race....

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The government will be announcing a new plan for broadband internet all across the country by 2030 in the new federal budget....

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Even with the ban on cell phones in Ontario classrooms starting in the Fall of 2019, exceptions will be made to accommodate teachers and students who need them to teach and to learn....

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