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[youtube id=”rUN3-6LFqXw” width=”620″ height=”360″] Video by: Sara Miller Story by: Sara Yonis Humber students are already feeling the loss of sleep which will occur this weekend when daylight savings come into affect. The clock will move forward, meaning people will lose an hour of their day, at 2 a.m Sunday morning.
By Jesse Thomas The iconic Canadian troubadour Stompin’ Tom Connors died of natural causes Wednesday at his home north of Toronto, said a spokesperson. He was 77. Stompin’ Tom found his calling touring across the country writing songs about the places and people he’d meet. He recorded more than 60 albums, ten of which have
By Giulia Frisina A new survey, conducted by Angus Reid research firm, says a majority of hockey parents and fans believe that raising the age of body checking can significantly decrease the amount of head and spinal cord injuries in young players. The survey was commissioned by The Rick Hansen Institute – a not-for-profit organization
By Stephen Donkers With spring just weeks away, many people want to get fit and healthier for the warmer weather, but some can’t afford a gym membership or equipment and lack of motivation. Humber News reporter Stephen Donkers asks a few health professionals about how people can get in shape for this spring. Videographer –
BY JESSE THOMAS Humber College music graduate Will Fisher’s debut album “Portage” is up for the Jazz Album of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards. The album was recorded over two days in the Humber recording studio back in 2011 and features a band of gifted musicians who all have ties to the
By Tatiana Patterson Young people in Lyantonde, Uganda, will soon have a place to study a trade, with the opening of the Salama Vocational Education Centre. The school, which will open officially on Monday, was born out of a cry for help to fill a need in the community as stated by its leaders, said executive
By Erika Panacci and Cindy McKenney Today is the last day of classes before Reading Week. We asked students what their plans are for the much-deserved break. http://web.studentportfolios.ca/~humberjournalism.com/humbernews/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2013/02/panaccimckenney-reading-week-online-1107am.mp3 There are plenty of trip packages available to many tropical destinations. If you are looking to make other last minute travel plans for Reading Week, US
By Tatiana Patterson More than a million people in Canada have tried online dating, according to statistics in a report done by the University of Toronto. This may not come as a surprise as hundreds of dating sites have been sweeping the web over the years, with Match.com and eHarmony among the many outlets available.