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38 TTC workers are back at work today after they walked off the job due to COVID-19 related concerns on Wednesday. ...

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Elesha Nicholls This week marked 40 years of the Marathon of Hope. Almost anyone who passed through the school system in Canada after 1980 knows about the Terry Fox run that was inspired by the...

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Elesha Nicholls People around the world are missing the daily activities they once did before much of the world was put under lockdown due to COVID-19 in mid March. As the death tolls start to...

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Littering on the rise during COVID-19

April 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

Elesha Nicholls By now almost everyone who leaves their home is wearing some form of protective gear. The most popular choices are latex gloves and disposable masks. Many feel safer as they go out to...

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The virus, which has now been found in many countries around the world, has lowered gas prices, which has also dropped the prices of flights significantly. ...

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COVID-19 impact on post-secondary students

March 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Elesha Nicholls With more COVID-19 cases popping up around the world, preventive measures and the cancellation of many events and day to day activities are being put in place. Ontario just announced that they would...

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IGNITE cancels Gina Rodriguez event

March 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Elesha Nicholls For the second time this week, plans by Humber’s student union IGNITE to host a guest speaker in Toronto fell apart after Thursday’s event with Gina Rodriguez was cancelled. Rodriguez is an American...

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Elesha Nicholls U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren announced today that she is dropping out of the race to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States . This comes as Warren who participated in...

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Since its inception, the made-up holiday has become inclusive to both men and women wanting to get away from Galentine's big sister, Valentine's Day. ...

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Elesha Nicholls Premier Doug Ford announced on Friday that the government of Ontario would be investing more than half a million dollars in general machinist and industrial mechanic pre-apprenticeship programs at one of the province’s...

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