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July 17 celebrates World Emoji Day ?

July 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

The popular ideograms and smileys have become a global phenomenon and are used worldwide in electronic messages and websites to convey a form of expression....

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Climate change may be irreversible

October 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

By: Natalie Dixon and Allyyssa Sousa-Kirpaul Reports have surfaced that say climate change may have passed the tipping point. According to an article in the Guardian, we are now living in a world with more carbon...

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One year ago today, the World Health Organization released the initial report looking back on its past year battling the Ebola virus.

A year of battling the worst Ebola outbreak

March 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Chelsea Howard Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders released a report entitled “Pushed to the Limit and Beyond,” that looked into the year of the largest Ebola outbreak. The Toronto Star...

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Humber Student helps ex-Muslims find support

October 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Jared Clinton A Humber College student is helping create a safe haven for Muslims seeking to distance themselves from religion. The student established a Toronto chapter of Ex-Muslims of North America which has since...

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By Kristin Andrews The new leader of the Roman Catholic Church has been decided so what do those who are the future of the church think of Pope Francis? “I’m particularly fond of evangelization itself,...

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By: Sara Miller and Sara Yonis Humber News reporters Sara Yonis and Sara Miller found out whether Humber College students monitored their daily salt intake, and were concerned about their health....

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By Amber Daugherty Canadian media mogul David Thomson made the top 25 in Forbes’ rich list for 2013. His net worth of $20.3 billion is just below Google’s Sergey Brin ($22.8B), Wal-Mart’s Alice Walton ($26.3B)...

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Compiled by Shumu Haque One of the Islamic militants responsible for the hostage taking in Algeria’s In Amenas plant may be a Canadian citizen, CBC News has reported. “We are aware of reports that a...

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World AIDS Day focus on legal issues

November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Andrew Schopp Saturday marks the 25th World AIDS Day, an annual international effort to raise awareness of the disease, which according to Public Health Agency of Canada, has claimed the lives of over 13,000...

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