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Humber Planting Party began this month in different locations including Humber Lakeshore campus, but this site is lacking volunteers right now....

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The stench of the popular Southeast Asian fruit durian has been mistaken for natural gas leaks or overwhelmed pilots, forcing them to land planes....

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Tractors are still in the shed and seed planting won’t go ahead until the frozen, wet soil warms up, said Ontario Federation of Agriculture chief Keith Currie....

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Hauler: Aisles of Glory a retro 8-bit side scrolling animated 2D video game rewards players with 500 President's Choice Optimum Card points per day — or 50 cents in-store credit....

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Toronto’s first zero waste grocery store called Unboxed Market opened at Dovercourt Road and Dundas Street this past March....

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Be mindful of your ‘Headspace’

April 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

Humber alumni to be featured on meditating app called Headspace used to train your mind for a healthier and happier life....

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April 22 is Earth Day and Humber College has been recognized as one of Canada's greenest employers...

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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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Ketamine gained popularity as a recreational drug in the 1990, it was commonly a "rave" or club drug, often obtained in powder form and snorted, but it can also be injected, consumed in drinks or...

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Toronto's first legal marijuana dispensary, The Hunny Pot, has opened on Queen Street West. ...

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