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Combatting anti-Black racism in the GTA will take time, but some believe that schools will get there with new curriculums and more representation....

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All eyes were on the Toronto Maple Leafs who could’ve been the ones to end the nine game winning streak but instead were the next victims to fall to the NHL’s hottest team, the Colorado...

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Community basketball courts around the City of Toronto are getting a boost from none other than Drake and the Toronto Raptors....

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Experts provide blunt opinions on weed stocks

January 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

Since the announcement last year that marijuana would be legalized in the summer of 2018, Canadian weed stocks have flourished into one of the biggest hits on the stock market....

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A step back or a step in the right direction—only time will tell when it comes to John Herdman taking the reins of the Canadian men’s soccer program....

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A tow truck driver has been airlifted to hospital after being seriously injured while trying to pull a tractor-trailer from a ditch on Highway 401....

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Humber Strike: Athletics to remain open

October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Humber student-athletes were told it’s going to be “business as usual” around the athletics department when it comes to the looming teachers strike....

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Humber Strike: What are the issues?

October 12, 2017 | 1 Comments

By: Eugenio Garro Approximately 30,000 Humber students may not have classes to attend as early as Monday because their professors are headed for a possible strike. With an Ontario-wide college strike looming, students may be...

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It's still very early but with a big 7-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on opening night, the Toronto Maple Leafs look good....

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Beer at the grocery stores

Beer, cider being added to more grocery stores

September 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Ontario government is putting beer and cider into 95 more grocery stores in an effort to “improve convenience and choice” for people across Ontario....

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