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Toronto Humane Society launches the first Pet Safety Week with Toronto Hydro [SlideDeck2 id=8815 iframe=1] By Katherine Ward Officials from the Toronto Humane Society and Toronto Hydro gathered to kick off the first annual Pet...

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By Patricia Brotzel Influenza season has arrived and Ontario health minister Deb Matthews kicked off the opening of free flu shot clinics Monday morning by sitting down to receive her vaccination. Vaccinations will be administered...

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  By Sasha Ramnarine October is anti-bullying month and some municipalities across the GTA are working to fight bullying in the workplace. “Council recognizes that there is a need to reduce and eliminate bullying in...

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Humber Arboretum hosts Halloween nature walk

October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Bianca Bykhovsky Humber’s arboretum is combining fright with education for its second annual Creatures of the Night walk. “The educational factor of our evening creature walk is what makes us different from all the...

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Food drive uses Halloween for donations

October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Stacey Thompson This Halloween, Canadians can combine trick-or-treating with a good cause. Children can collect and adults can hand out their yearly mound of candy in addition to non-perishable goods. Free the Children –...

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Gardiner Expressway a safety hazard, survey says

October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Kelly Snider The Gardiner Expressway may not be the route of choice for travellers after the release of an independent study on significant safety hazards. City of Toronto acting director of design and construction,...

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By Briar Hopley Humber’s graphic design students are creating a recycling awareness campaign for the first time. “I want to create an education campaign around campus to get people to understand how to recycle and...

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Canadian youth sex survey to be taken

October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Chanelle Seguin The Canadian federal government is expected to fund $250,000 towards research on the sexual habits of young adults, but some Canadians believe asking about sexual experiences is not appropriate. Katheryne Gutierrez, 19,...

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By Victoria Brown Halton police posted an advisory Thursday asking the public not to report emergencies through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. “Just recently, the night before we put out the news release, we had...

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London Police charge eight girls with bullying

October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sarah MacDonald Eight girls from a London, Ont. high school are charged with criminal harassment after a student was bullied, police said. A student at London South Collegiate Institute was a victim of physical,...

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