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Super Park to be made in Toronto News, Uncategorized

By: Allyyssa Sousa-Kirpaul and Chris Besik The City of Toronto is in the progress of making a huge park in the Don River Valley area. The project will connect the Evergreen Brick works site to the Don River Valley Park, creating a corridor of forested area. Evergreen is a not-for-profit organization that has worked hard for close to

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International Day of the Girl 2016 underway Uncategorized

By Alana MacLeod Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among those expressing support Tuesday for the fourth annual International Day of the Girl. The day, declared by the United Nations on Oct., 11, 2012, addresses issues surrounding girls and young women around the world. “The International Day of the Girl is an opportunity to celebrate the empowerment of girls

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Clinton, Trump face off in first U.S. presidential debate News, Politics, Uncategorized

By: Hunter Crowther Unpaid federal taxes, job creation, terrorism, international trade and the candidates’ temperament will be remembered as topics of the first U.S. presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Monday night at Hofstra University in New York. The 90-minute debate, moderated by NBC News anchor Lester Holt, was supposed to feature each candidate detailing

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Blue Jays prepare for playoffs Sports, Uncategorized

By Kylie Vaillancourt The Toronto Blue Jays have been through many ups and downs this season: bench clearing brawls, injury upon injury and a 19-inning game has made this a season to remember. The Jays have been struggling during the past month of their season. They’ve got a hold of top wildcard spot and are

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Humber Students Define Depression News, Uncategorized

By Sveta Soloveva A recent survey of 25,000 Ontario students has found rising rates of student anxiety, depression and suicide attempts, CBC reports. However, some Humber specialists say a lot of people don’t know the definition of depression and confuse it with stress. OUCHA president Meg Houghton said 20 Ontario colleges and universities participated in the survey.

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