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Humber News had the chance to talk to Mississauga's Mayor Hazel Mccallion, whose final term as mayor nears its end in October....

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The HSF’s Annual General Meeting this Wednesday taking place at the Student Centre at North Campus, which all full-time students can attend, promises to be a tumultuous one....

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The process which led to Tim Brilhante's controversial disqualification isn't sitting well with some of the winners and losers of the HSF elections....

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This year’s chief returning officer, Natalia Toussaint, has gone under a lot of fire for her decision to disqualify current HSF president Timothy Brilhante and VP Student Life, Lakeshore candidate Karnesh Babaria....

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By Raúl A. Pinto In Venezuela, Feb. 12, university students and government opposition started protesting against their national economic crisis, blaming its President Nicolas Maduro. Since then, government repression and the resistance of the protesters...

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By Alex Coop Despite all the speculation surrounding Crazy Town and the direction its movie adaptation will take, one thing is for certain, it’s not going to be an extended Rob Ford related SNL skit. The television and...

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The 2014 Juno Nominations ceremony took place on Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., in downtown Toronto at the Design exchange building. Our reporter Kelly Khizakia was there to cover the event....

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By Alex Coop Flappy Bird may be the current king of viral games, but Google’s most recent gameplay video showcasing Google Glass’ mini-games offers exciting possibilities for consumers. The video, which was released on Monday,...

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  By Jon Mace The untimely death of acclaimed actor Philip Seymour Hoffman shocked social media outlets Sunday, and has once again brought the issue of substance abuse and addiction into the spotlight. Hoffman, 46,...

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By Alexis MacDonald and Corey Weir Olympian Clara Hughes, alongside a few others, were on site at Northern Secondary School to talk about their stories, and promote awareness on Mental Health....

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