Ontario drops proposed farmland lot severances after farmers raise their voices
The OFA announced Tuesday that the Ontario government abandoned its farmland lot severance proposal after negotiations with farmers.
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The bees are back! Students repaint beehives as honeybees return to campus
Humber's Office of Sustainability organized a beehive painting event to prepare Humber Bees' homes as they return to campus in late May or early June
‘Do what you love’: National Accessibility Week celebrates inclusion through sitting volleyball trials
National Accessibility Week started with free sitting volleyball trials, inspiring inclusivity and empowering physically challenged participants.
Pakistani protests sparked by the arrest of former PM Imran Khan
Protests and accusations of political motivation have followed Imran Khan's arrest on corruption charges in Pakistan.
Piktochart: Canada’s unemployment steady at 5.0 per cent for fourth month
The Labour Force Survey is a nationwide survey conducted by Statistics Canada that measures the employment status of Canadians each month.
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Humber students share advice for new students
Three students and three faculty members share their insights on how to prepare for the first year of studies.
Battling climate change and fast fashion one lifer at a time
Newest art installation at the ROM showcases repurposed life jackets creating conversations about water pollution and climate change.