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Giving new life to skeleton racing

February 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

Darrell made the Canadian Olympic team for the PyeongChang Olympics in Korea, but because of the pressures of maintaining a balanced life, an income and cash on hand to pay for an expensive sport, he...

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United on the ring, is one the top story at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang....

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Dutch-born Canadian Ted-Jan Bloemen won the gold medal for men's 10,000 metre speed skating at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics....

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  Christina Mulherin Canadian athletes won three more olympic medals on Tuesday – two of which made history. Curling athletes John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes became the first ever winners of the mixed doubles event....

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The 2018 Winter Olympic games in Pyeongchang officially opened today with nearly 3,000 athletes from 93 countries between Feb 9 to 25. ...

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How does it feel moving to a country where the temperature drops to more than 60 degrees lower than you're used to? It’s scary!...

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An east Toronto food bank has launched a campaign to encourage people to donate their $25 Loblaws gift cards to help feed the hungry....

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He's one of Canada's biggest newsmakers in the sports world this year, yet you probably don't know his name....

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Students stage walkout to support faculty

December 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Students at five colleges are staging a walkout to advocate for a stronger student voice on campus....

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Humber College revealed to Humber News today that 2,201 students have dropped out from their programs after the five-week long college faculty strike....

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