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Compiled by Tashae Haughton Kathleen Wynne is one of six candidates who hopes to become the next Ontario Liberal leader. The Globe and Mail reported from the Canadian Press that if chosen as leader, Wynne...

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Russell Piffer Former child services minister Eric Hoskins might be bringing up the rear in the provincial Liberal leadership race but his supporters could play a pivotal role in deciding Ontario’s next premier. The CBC...

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The blue’s are back in town!

January 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Erika Panacci and Ali Chiasson With the lockout over and the NHL season beginning, Leafs fans are excited to watch their boys in blue hit the ice again. Humber News reporter Ali Chiasson goes...

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Indie music showcase in Toronto

January 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jenifer Alvarez Singer-songwriter Andreena Mill will perfrom for the first time this Sunday at the Known [Un]Known artist talent showcase. The Known [Un]Known artist showcase is a monthly music event aimed at giving exposure to...

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Compiled by Jonathan Zettel French-Malian forces have recaptured the strategic towns of Konna and Diabaly, Reuters reported Friday. Less than 24 hours after the town of Konna was reclaimed, Islamic rebels fled the central town...

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Blue Monday formula not always reality

January 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tatiana Patterson People may want to start shopping for their favourite comfort treat, as Monday promises to be even more depressing than any other. Blue Monday is scheduled to occur on Jan. 21, according to...

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By Cindy McKenney Some environmentalists are saying the new Starbucks reusable cup initiative is not enough. The new cups are starting to roll across Canada and the United States this week and are available to...

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Toronto flu outbreak

January 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

The flu season is here, but this time it’s made quite the impression. The H3N2 strain has left many in debilitating conditions. Humber News Reporter Giulia Frisina has the details. On camera: Giulia Frisina Behind...

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U of T students to partake in sexcapades

January 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Shylo Adams The University of Toronto’s Sexual Education Centre (SEC) will be taking a hands-on approach to sexual education this year. The SEC is hosting its annual Sexual Awareness Week event on Jan. 21...

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International African Inventors Museum

January 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Stephen Donkers and Kaite Boivin The International African Inventors Museum is a traveling event that showcases inventions created by Africans throughout history. The show is set up at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus for two...

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