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By Helen Surgenor The list of recalled beef products from Alberta’s XL Foods expanded again Thursday morning, less than 24 hours after Parliament held an emergency debate on the plant’s E. coli outbreak. During Wednesday...

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominates Rush

October 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Matthew Smith Iconic Canadian rock band Rush is currently in first place in the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fan induction ballot. Formed in 1968, this is the first time the band...

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By Jessy Bains U.S. President Obama locked horns with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Wednesday night in Denver, and many believe Romney came out on top. However, what lasting effect that will have is...

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By Kelly Snider and Chanelle Seguin Due to the drastic change from an unseasonably warm climate to a frost this past spring, apple picking was very sparse. Snider and Seguin reported on the effect the...

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By Meagan Malloch and Ustad Khaira Humber’s Lakeshore campus hosted the We Got Game event where students could come out and play various different video games during their leisure time. Featuring games like Fifa 13...

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Phil Plait headlines Humber lecture series

October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sarah Rix and Kaitie Fraser The President’s Lecture Series had a starry start this year with astronomer and scientist Dr. Phil Plait as the first speaker on Tuesday. Dr. Plait is the author of...

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Toronto bike lane plan heats up again

October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Cyclists in the city upset over bike lane closures By Lisa Gillan A controversial project by Toronto city council continued to create a stir among cycling activists Tuesday. Last year council voted to get rid...

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By: Claire McCormack Business owners and workers in Winnipeg found themselves watching one of the largest fires ever faced by the city’s emergency services. Sixty-one firefighters and paramedics were on the scene, a press release...

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By Heather VanAndel and Neetu Thind Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming but culinary professor, Shonah Chalmers, provides some recipes that even students can pull off. Starting with a holiday favourite, Chalmers shows Humber...

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by Julie Fish and Jeanette Liu Toronto’s city council was meeting Tuesday to discuss the fate of plastic bags in the city. In June council passed a motion banning stores from selling and even giving...

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