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Humber community celebrates with annual Aboriginal Fair and Pow-Wow Life, Uncategorized

By: Shaunte Sterling The Humber community came together for its annual Aboriginal Services Fair and All Nations Pow-Wow in the school’s Ignite Student Centre on Thursday. The event organized by the Aboriginal Resource Center showcased traditional drumming, dancing and craft vendors. Amy Rochard comes to the Humber Pow-Wow every year and appreciates students who has

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New Zealand quakes: Canada’s fault lines International, News, Uncategorized

By: Chris Besik As New Zealand recovers from a cluster of powerful earthquakes and after-shocks, earthquake experts in Canada say this country could be rocked by similar quakes on our West Coast. “People in Vancouver have chosen to live there, so they’re going to get an earthquake every 100 years or so and in California the same,”

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Animal welfare a core Canadian value, speaker says News, Uncategorized

By Ieva Lucs and Irina Kouchnir Barbara Cartwright, an award-winning leader in animal welfare and CEO of the Ottawa-based Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, spoke to Humber’s journalism students on the hot topic of breed specific legislation. Cartwright pointed out the contentious divide in perceptions on pit bulls in Ontario. “As we criminalize pit bulls we drive

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2016 U.S. Election: Donald Trump elected News, Uncategorized, US Election 2016

Map made by Chris Besik By: Tyler Bloomfield, Hunter Crowther Donald Trump has surpassed 270 electoral votes and Hillary Clinton called him to concede the election, meaning Trump has become the president-elect of the United States. Despite nearly every major poll indicating Clinton would become the first female president of the United States, Trump shocked

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2016 U.S. Election: Humber News hits the polls in Buffalo, NY Uncategorized

By: Laura Dart, Katherine Aylesworth, Lindsay Wadden, Tyler Bloomfield Americans flocked to the polls in Buffalo, N.Y. to elect the next President of the United States. Whether they voted for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or a third party candidate voters seemed enthusiastic to cast their votes. Our reporter Laura Dart was there and talked to

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2016 U.S. Election: Headaches, hassles reported News, Politics, Uncategorized

By: Chris Besik All across the United States people are on  alert for voting irregularities and Humber News reporters covering the election in Buffalo discovered problems at two polling stations leading to some frustration for voters. Humber News spoke to a woman outside of a Erie county polling station,who expressed concern about issues with polling

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2016 U.S. Election: Armed citizens spotted in some places ahead of vote News, Politics, Uncategorized

By: Chris Besik Armed citizens can be spotted in certain communities across the U.S. [View the story “Trump Militia 2016” on Storify]

Body recovered, car pulled from Lake Ontario News, Uncategorized

By: Reagan McSwain Toronto police on Friday recovered a body from the Toronto Harbour after a car crashed through a guardrail on Thursday. Because of visibility factors – both darkness and depth of the water – the search for the car and recovery of the body had been on hold until first thing Friday morning. The body was recovered by divers around 9:30 a.m.

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Toronto FC makes club history, advances to Conference Semi-Final News, Sports, Uncategorized

By Sargon Jajjo Toronto FC created franchise history after Wednesday night’s 3-1 win over Philadelphia at BMO Field. Toronto played their second playoff match in as many years, but unlike last year TFC came out on top – advancing to the conference semi-final for the first time in club history. With Toronto advancing to the next stage

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