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It appears the vast majority of Humber Students have chosen to pay optional student fees that fund extracurricular activities and services such as student government, clubs and emergency bursaries. ...

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Multiple jobs, sacrifices and nearly $85,000 out of pocket allowed Mike Moffatt and his family to put their high-needs four-year-old autistic son in full-time therapy....

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Millions of Canadians had their information lifted from Capital One databases by a hacker putting them in danger of serious identity fraud....

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The first phase of new airline regulations from the federal government went into effect yesterday on all flights to, from and within Canada....

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The new bylaw will add a provision prohibiting sound resulting from "unnecessary motor vehicle noise, such as the sounding of a horn, revving of an engine and squealing of tires."...

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Mission to the moon’s 50th anniversary

July 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Approximately one million people traveled to Florida to watch the launch live. Another 500 million around the world watched on television....

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Two 16-year-old girls missing for three days in Algonquin park are found safe after losing their group....

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Many will make their way to Canada's wide selection of parks beaches and other natural wonders of this country. With more visitors come a larger carbon footprint left behind....

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Toronto to bid on WNBA team this summer

July 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

A bid for the first WNBA team in Toronto is set to be officially submitted by the end of summer....

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Peace deal leads to joint-rule in Sudan

July 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Transnational Military Council and the pro-democracy coalition have reached a peace deal following weeks of violence in Sudan....

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