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By: Neha Lobana U.S. President Donald Trump is getting ready to announce his nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court at 8 p.m. tonight. After the death of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court has been evenly divided between both Democratic and Republican appointees. However, after tonight, Trump’s new justice, if confirmed, will restore
By: Ruth Escarlan and Neha Lobana Police have taken two men into custody after six people were killed and eight were wounded in a shooting inside a mosque in Quebec City. Quebec Provincial Police Sgt. Christine Coulombe said the people who died range in age from 35 to 70. Some wounded victims are in critical
By: Natalie Dixon & Lia Richardson There has been a rise in hate speech in Canada and America since Trump’s win. People have tweeted racial slurs, taken part in violent acts at Trump protests and verbally attacked individuals. Here, you can see what some Canadians think about how the recent election affects racism.
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: Mitch Stark, Erian Amor De Los Reyes, Chris Besik Mitch Stark, a first-year Humber College journalism student, sat down with veteran CBC reporter Adrienne Arsenault to discuss her experiences in her career and the way journalism has progressed over the years. They discussed multiple topics including disabilities and their relation to reporting on various news platforms.
By: Natalie Dixon The aroma of cooked meat filled the air. Music filled students’ ears. As they lined up to grab their pop, students say the United Way BBQ today was a great way to raise awareness of all the various projects they do for the vulnerable. It happened at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus. Humber’s North