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Humber Lakeshore campus gets Halloween spirit

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Bianca Bykhovsky If you want to feel like the main character in a horror film, the  recreation centre’s  Power House of Terror at Lakeshore Campus provides the perfect stage. Humber’s Power House Recreation Centre, ...

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Art Toronto kicks off this weekend

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sarah MacDonald and Jessy Bains Art Toronto is on display at downtown’s Metro Toronto Convention Centre this weekend. Sarah MacDonald reports:  ...

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Humber dean on Charles Taylor Prize jury

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Helen Surgenor Joseph Kertes, dean of Humber’s School of Creative and Performing Arts, was named juror for the 2013 Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction on Thursday. The trustees of The Charles Taylor Foundation...

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Nike activity band gets mixed reaction

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Nike FuelBand is coming to Canada but reviews at Humber are mixed. The announcement was made Thursday that the Nike Fuel Band, already on sale in United States, would be released in Canada next...

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  By Kelly Snider The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board decided ‘yes’ on a mandatory insurance premium hike for employers, which has some small businesses worried. “WSIB has been a huge concern for me in...

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By Victoria Brown George Brown College is unveiling its new waterfront campus that will bring together the health sciences branches. George Brown administration and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty as well as other speakers gave speeches...

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By Shylo Adams and Andrew Schopp Students across the GTA gather at Ryerson University to sleep in self built shacks, in hopes to raise money for Habitat for Humanity housing project. Humber News reporters Andrew Schopp...

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Scary statistics released for Halloween

October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Helen Surgenor Ghosts and ghouls are a scary sight on Halloween but for some, math and numbers can be even more frightening! Statistics Canada has compiled a series of seasonal statistics that the arithmetic-averse...

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By Bianca Bykhovsky With Halloween just around the corner, Ontario doctors have introduced aggressive new measures with the hope of preventing obesity, particularly among children. The Ontario Medical Association announced Tuesday a series of recommendations...

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Health research improves Ontario patient care

October 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Shylo Adams Decreasing the length of hospital stays and readmission are the focus of two projects the Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario hopes to implement in several of their research hospitals. Chris Paterson, a...

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