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By Claire McCormack A city panel is scheduled to meet Friday to debate what is graffiti and what is art. The panel is part of Mayor Rob Ford’s initiative to crack down on graffiti vandalism...

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By Neetu Thind Members of the Toronto 23 police division, Crime Stoppers and Humber’s department of public safety participated in a BBQ Monday to promote safety initiatives on campus. It was also a celebration for...

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Mitt Romney: How his campaign unfolded

October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sarah Rix Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama are in the homestretch of an intense presidential campaign. The Nov. 6 vote will determine whether Obama will win a second term in office or if...

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by Julie Fish and Jeanette Liu According to an active Loma Linda University study, vegetarians and vegans can expect to live up to almost a decade longer than meat eaters. The study says diets consisting of...

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By Mamta Lulla and Meagan Malloch The pay on exit method of parking is the latest revision taking place this semester around parking at Humber’s North campus. The changes in the parking services are taking...

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Frankenstorm winds to hit Toronto

October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Katherine Ward Storm chasers have been working overtime this weekend, monitoring the projected path of ‘Frankenstorm,’ more commonly known as Hurricane Sandy. According to Weather Network officials, the storm system hit New Jersey and...

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Random House and Penguin Books merge

October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Patricia Brotzel A merger between publishing giants Random House and Penguin Books will create the world’s largest publisher of books. German company Bertelsmann SE & Co., which owns Random House, will have controlling shares...

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By Daniel Buzzelli Youth from across Canada are uniting with labour unions and activist groups to spearhead the movement for climate and economic justice in Canada. PowerShift 2012 kicks off its four-day conference in Ottawa...

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Toronto youth council to have first meeting

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Stacey Thompson The City Youth Council of Toronto – a group of youths who shadow Toronto city councillors to learn about government and to speak for young people in the city – is holding...

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First Native fashion magazine launched online

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sasha Ramnarine A new magazine aims to shatter stereotypes about natives, while promoting culture and traditions in a unique way. Native Max was launched in October and is the first magazine in North America...

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