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College and university students in Quebec were able to vote for the first time Friday at on-campus polling stations in the run up to the province's general election. But before some students even made it...

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Manitoba MP Steven Fletcher introduced two bills in the House of Commons on the highly contentious issue of assisted suicide....

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An HSF board of directors meeting Wednesday grew heated as members discussed current president Tim Brilhante's disqualification from running again because of violating a three-strike policy....

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By Hermione Wilson The Toronto Police’s new policy on carding doesn’t go far enough, says Kingsley Gilliam, a Black Action Defence Committee board member. “Nothing short of ceasing and desisting this practice will satisfy us,” Gilliam...

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By Hermione Wilson After Tuesday’s warm weather raised hopes that spring was just around the corner, Thursday’s low of minus 17 C may feel like a shock. We won’t be returning to normal March temperatures...

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Demonstrators protested a planned expansion of Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline at Queen's Park Friday. Enbridge received approval for their plan Thursday from the National Energy Board....

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Humber Express March 6, 2014

March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today's top stories....

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The winter of our discontent

March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

With the ice storm, heavy snowfall and record-breaking cold weather, this winter had been tough. Here's a look at the highlights of Winter 2013-14....

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Arda Zakarian returned to the Humber College newsroom on Thursday. The Humber grad, now a reporter at CP24, stopped by her alma mater to film a promotional video for the journalism program and talk with...

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“Hurricane” Hazel turns 93

February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion turned 93 on Friday. She is Canada's longest serving mayor after 36 years on the job. McCallion plans to step down after her 12th term is up. Here are some highlights...

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