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Category Archives: Lifestyle
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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.
Compiled by Graeme McNaughton The Toronto Board of Health is setting its sights on a new target: energy drinks. In a motion to be tabled today, the board will be asking the federal and provincial governments to take more action on regulating energy drinks and highly caffeinated alcoholic drinks, including regulating the advertising and promotion
There are solutions to help fight homelessness in Canada and organizations such as Raising the Roof is doing just that. The not-for-profit agency marks its 16th annual Toque Campaign today and hopes to raise millions to help fund local programs offered at partner agencies. The campaign has currently raised $3.5 million to date. Reporter: Giulia
By Shumu Haque Efforts to stop rapes on women in India and around the globe will not bear any result unless the mentality of average people is changed, a social worker told Humber News on Thursday. “Even though legislation in India may be very strong, the mindset of people has not changed,” said Kripa Shekhar,
Reporter: Sharon Tindyebwa Producer: Shylo Adams Food porn may soon be seeing a decline. According to a recent New York Times report, some restaurants are banning customers from taking photos of their food. Humber News reporter Sharon Tindyebwa spoke to the Humber community about this controversial ban.