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By Tatiana Patterson and Tashae Haughton This week is National Non-Smoking Week, an awareness week that the Canadian Council for Tobacco Control educates Canadians. Humber reporter, Tatiana Patterson explores the pros and cons of smoking....

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Compiled by Jenifer Alvarez With Rob Ford’s mayoral career in the hands of a three-member Divisional Court panel, speculation of who may run for the top job next is abuzz. A decision will be made...

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By Russell Piffer Gridlock in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas has become so severe that it’s hindering Canada’s economy, Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan said this week. “The gridlock challenge in the Greater Toronto-Hamilton...

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Humber hosts student job fair

January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Humber students had the chance to check out dozens of employment opportunities at the fifth annual job fair hosted by Humber’s Career Centre. Held in the HSF Student Centre, employers setup booths to attract potential...

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Apirin linked to vision loss, study says

January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Erika Panacci Blindness in older adults is tied to the use of regular aspirin, a new study has found. “Aspirin has a number of uses,” said pharmacist Pat Suggitt from Maple Pharmacy in Vaughan,...

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Humber set to host Latin jazz event

January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Shannon O’Reilly Humber College’s School of Creative and Performing Arts is set to kick off 2013 with a bang, strum, and pop on Feb. 6 as it hosts a Latin Night. Setting the stage,...

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Compiled by Jonathan Zettel The City of Toronto’s website has been ranked second in a worldwide search for the best municipal government website. In a report produced by Rutgers University-Newark and Kent State University, Toronto...

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Global AIDS funding is a success in Haiti

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Shazia Islam AIDS-related deaths in Haiti are on the decline thanks to funding initiatives by international donors, an expert said Tuesday. Dr. Gordon Arbess runs the inner city health program at St. Michael’s health...

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Humber survives coldest day of 2013

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Humber News covers the start of what meteorologists are calling one of the coldest days of the year. On camera: Doreen Dawang Behind camera: Lime Blake...

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Gun control debate continues in Quebec. COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS By Giulia Frisina There was another firearm incident in Canada on Monday, after a 16-year-old boy was shot with at least one bullet to his...

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