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By Jared Clinton Humber College has been named one of the Greater Toronto Area’s top employers for the third year running. Mediacorp Canada Inc., the company which compiled the list of top employers, praised the...

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Humber News Express, Nov. 22

November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

— JFK Assassination Anniversary It’s the 50th anniversary of U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Kennedy was shot by sniper Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas in 1963. Officials will lay a wreath on his grave...

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Fitness Olympics aim to help food bank

November 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Let the games begin. The Humber Fitness and Health Promotions program invited staff and students to participate in its fifth annual Fitness Olympics held at the North Campus gymnasium. The event was hosted entirely by...

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Diwali Special

November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

On November 2, members of Humber News teamed with Humber’s Broadcast Television and Videography program to broadcast a live television special from the Diwali celebrations in the Gerrard India Bazaar. The special, a 20-minute show...

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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 Kiah Welsh and Kerrisa Wilson Animal lovers gathered in downtown Toronto on Friday to raise awareness for what they see as the imminent extinction of the elephant. The International March for Elephants, which took...

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You can’t spend $84.2 million without a little fanfare, and Humber’s new Learning Resource Commons building was no exception. Humber College president Chris Whitaker and Brad Duguid, Ontario Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, were on...

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By Jared Clinton A $100 million class action law suit has been filed against Bell Mobility Inc., alleging the wireless giant breached contracts with its prepaid customers. The suit, which represents over one million customers,...

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By Therese Jastrzebski and Lily Tran In order to climb the mountain to success, you sometimes need to climb a wall to relieve stress. The Humber Students’ Federation offered a climbing wall at the North Campus...

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Ibrahim and pedagogy kick off Culture Days

September 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Melissa Deeder When University of Ottawa professor Dr. Awad Ibrahim notices students beginning to nod off in his class, the power of music jolts them awake. Ibrahim, who helped kick of Humber’s Culture Days...

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