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Humber College has signed five-year partnership agreement with SEW-EURODRIVE to develop the skills and bring more practical experience to students....

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Ontario’s Immigration Minister Lisa MacLeod remains steadfast in asking the federal government to pay $175 million to compensate for the costs incurred by emergency housing needs in the province....

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The Microsoft Store at Yorkdale Mall celebrated its first Indie Dev Day on July 15, showcasing the works of independent local game developers....

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Humber Arboretum on Humber College's North Campus has been named among the most beautiful outdoor locales in Toronto....

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Amy Chen and Scott Savard With guns blazing and delivering deadly kicks and punches, video game character Bayonetta delivered killing blows at a breakneck speed while battling opponents in a monthly video game tournament hosted...

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Summer camp kicks off at Humber Arboretum

July 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Summer Nature Camp for Kids, based out of the Centre for Urban Ecology at Humber Arboretum, kicked off on Tuesday....

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"At the end of the day, we are animals too, so we wanted to create awareness that there is no distinction between affecting ourselves as well as affecting biodiversity," says Humber sustainability specialist Roma Malik...

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The city of Toronto is looking to both the federal and provincial government for help in housing the spike of refugee claimants after August....

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Humber College raised Trans and Pride flags at Lakeshore campus today. It was followed by a 'Display Your Pride' reception where various artists from the trans community performed. "Toronto is globally recognized for its unmatched support in...

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Pride Toronto is raising awareness for crimes committed against the LGBTQ+ community through their new social media campaign UntilWereSafe....

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