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EID was celebrated virtually in the Islamic Community. Ayeesha Ahmad was happy because she got her Eid gift as her dad, who was stuck in Pakistan because of COVID-19, was allowed to return home....

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The colourful Carnival at Humber's Lakeshore campus included music, treats and traditional martial-arts performances....

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More than 500 students attended the annual fair at Humber's North campus on Feb. 5 with the hopes of landing a work placement....

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More than 400 students explored Humber College's annual Pathways Fair on Jan. 22 to explore options related to their future studies....

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Canada's harsh snowfall and below freezing temperatures can often create breeding ground for disease, with many people coming down with the flu each year. ...

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Torontonians prepare for winter months ahead

November 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

By: Caitlin Patrick and Lindsay Wadden Winter is less than a month away which means bad weather conditions have begun. Transit riders and drivers are both affected when the weather turns for the worst. Delays...

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By: Lindsay Wadden, Laura Dart and Katherine Aylesworth  It’s Election Day in America and Humber News has reporters right in the thick of it. Republican supporters are rallying in the state of New York, where voting is...

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Matthews, McDavid meet for first time in NHL

November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Lindsay Wadden It’s going to be a first overall showdown tonight in Toronto. Connor McDavid, the number one pick in the 2015 NHL Draft will be facing off at the Air Canada Centre against...

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Food waste under scrutiny after CBC report

October 25, 2016 | 1 Comments

By: Lindsay Wadden Reaction continued Tuesday to a report done by CBC showing there is a substantial amount of food thrown out by Walmart, specifically within a 12 day period. CBC’s marketplace went through trash bins at...

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By: Lindsay Wadden Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott has announced the government’s plan to limit marketing geared towards children for unhealthy foods and beverages. Philpott made the announcement at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Montreal this...

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