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Students hoping to take advantage of a $500 hardship fund as a result of the college faculty strike learned they will have to provide documentation and could wait weeks before receiving payment....

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After penning an open letter to the provincial government, encouraging them to step in and get both the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council back to the bargaining table, student...

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The festival of Diwali might have brought light and joy, but international students at Humber College celebrated the event with mixed reactions. The indefinite faculty strike is of growing concern to the more than 3,000...

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By: Elliott Williams Despite weeks of campaigning and exposure, the Humber IGNITE elections was marred with a low voter turnout. Only 7,059 of Humber students voted in the election, that is 23.46 per cent of...

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Humber College students have voted in Maja Jocsin as the new President of IGNITE....

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Maja Jocson is elected to be the new President of IGNITE, beating her nearest opponent, Lance Constantine with 2,352 votes in comparison to Constantine who came in with a total of 1,973. Jocson won by...

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IGNITE presidential candidate: Ryan Watt

March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

IGNITE presidential candidate Ryan Watt sits down with Humber News to speak about his campaign and why he should be the next president...

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The voting for this year's IGNITE election begins next week, with the winners expected to be announced on Friday March 17....

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Women work hard. Really hard. Which is why it’s important to empower and raise them up as often as possible – and not just on International Women’s Day. IGNITE held an event Thursday to celebrate women...

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Lance Constantine tells Humber News about his presidential campaign for IGNITE....

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