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Gas theft awareness campaign kicks off in Toronto News

By Alex Fuller People who think gas theft is not a serious issue could soon be brought up to speed with the launching of a new awareness campaign. Toronto Crime Stoppers, in partnership with the Canadian Fuels Association and other organizations, is spearheading the effort to spread awareness of gas theft. Organizers hope that consumers

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Humber report sharpens focus on education innovation News

By Heather VanAndel Humber has just finished putting the final touches on a strategic document required of all post secondary schools in the province by the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities. The ministry this year required each post-secondary institution in Ontario to put together a plan that articulates their strengths, what the institution plans

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Proroguing Ontario’s government: What does it mean? News

Ontario’s Provincial legislature has been prorogued with Monday’s resignation by Premier Dalton McGuinty. PHOTO COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS. By Katherine Ward and Terry Elkady Q: What does it mean to prorogue a government? A: Prorogation is the technical term for the end of a parliamentary session without dissolving the government. Essentially, it is the shutting down

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Paramedic protest could benefit students News

By Julie Fish and Heather VanAndel The recent refusal from paramedics in Toronto to work overtime hours stands to benefit students. “I think the numbers right now specifically in Toronto are lower and they need employees,” Richard Alvarez, paramedic professor at Humber College told Humber News.  “I think our grads getting jobs will actually improve

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