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By: Katherine Aylesworth, Alana MacLeod and Clare Jenkins Hundreds gathered at an anti-Trump protest, which took over Toronto’s Nathan Phillip Square Sunday night. The protest was to show solidarity to those impacted by the new United States president elect. The protest was intended to be a safe space for minorities as well as supporters to voice their
By: Natalie Dixon & Lia Richardson Many Canadians say they are dissatisfied with Trump’s proposed policies. Some respondents expressed their concerns on what Trump’s victory would mean for Canadians. The Forum surveyed 1, 474 Canadian voters. Students at Humber College also express their worries about new president Trump. Some of those included stock market, trade
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
By: Brandon-Richard Austin and Chris Besik Results 2:43 a.m. Donald Trump has taken the electoral majority vote. He currently holds 276 votes while Clinton has just 218. Donald Trump is the president-elect of the United States. Electoral Seats (270 wins the presidency) Hillary Clinton: 218 Donald Trump: 279 1:45 a.m. Donald Trump has taken the state of
By: Tyler Bloomfield Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton is the first female candidate to represent one of the two major parties in the presidential race and in a matter of hours she could be president elect. (Donald Trump at a Glance) Early Years Born Hillary Rodham and raised in a Chicago suburb, Clinton’s political career
By: Lindsay Wadden, Laura Dart and Katherine Aylesworth It’s Election Day in America and Humber News has reporters right in the thick of it. Republican supporters are rallying in the state of New York, where voting is well underway. It’s not all about the two major presidential candidates, though. On Monday night, our reporters visited a Republican clam bake fundraiser