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Key local and provincial government members were at Humber College’s north campus on Monday to discuss the proposed express light rail transit (LRT) route that will run along Finch St. west....

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As spring rolls into summer, the city will be jam-packed with festivals and events. From arts and entertainment to food-fiestas and international sports competitions, there is something to do for almost every day this sunny...

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Shaw Media, the parent company of Global News, announced Thursday that it will be consolidating its production across Canada and restructuring the way they put out news....

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Canadian Neil Bantleman has been found guilty in his Indonesian sexual assault trial and has been sentenced to 10 years in prison....

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After being pressured by the opposition to ban “conversion therapy” clinics for LGBTQ youth, Health Minister Eric Hoskins seems set to prohibit the treatments he calls “abhorrant”......

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The Humber men’s varsity basketball team won a record-sixth national championship on Saturday and Humber News spoke with the team's power forward, Chad Bewley about the victory....

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Over the past week, numerous young, healthy men walked away from a lavish life of million-dollar salaries and international recognition. They are professional football players who have prioritized their futures ahead of their passion......

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Canadians on Friday were finally getting a bit more closure on last year’s Parliament Hill terror attack. The public got the chance to see the video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau recorded before he murdered a soldier at the...

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Toronto Blue Jays’ season preview

March 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Toronto Blue Jays are in Dunedin, Fla., again for this year’s spring training stint. Toronto’s start-studded lineup includes many familiar names expected to hold onto their starting spots, but the addition of key free agents...

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Several Aboriginal leaders and provincial premiers met at a roundtable discussion in Ottawa on Friday to discuss the ongoing issue, supported by a presentation to the government by victims’ families. ...

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