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  By Victoria Brown   The Heart and Stoke Foundation is giving a new meaning to creating a healthy lifestyle with a new free app. The app works to change the users lifestyle in 30...

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By Briar Hopley Student’s voices have made a difference in this year’s student insurance plan. Humber Student’s Federation said the addition of contraceptives to Humber’s Flexible Insurance Plan was a direct result of  last year’s...

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Anti-Japan protests continue in China

September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Alex Fuller Protests and other expressions of anger in China continue to highlight an ongoing dispute between China and its close economic partner Japan. The feud stems from Japan’s purchase of three of the...

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Rob Ford kicks off Chicago trip

September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mayor leads group of business professionals to the Windy City Lisa Gillan Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford is blowing into Chicago Tuesday on the trail of trade winds, leading a charge of more than 60 Canadian...

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Surplus in the city

September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Kristin Andrews The city of Toronto has projected a $115 million surplus for its operations budget during the first six months of this year. The Toronto Star reported the surplus as the result of...

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Humber College enrolment highest in Ontario

September 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Mamta Lulla and Heather VanAndel Humber College has the highest attendence in the Ontario College system according to a Humber Media Release....

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Toronto Public Health clinics are now offering a one-time, free of charge chance for young women to get the HPV vaccination. By: Neetu Thind The HPV catch-up program is now in effect to provide public...

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GM, Chrysler still face strike despite Ford deal

September 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Meagan Malloch After a tentative four-year contract was reached between the Canadian Auto Workers and Ford Motor Company Monday, the CAW has decided to extend talks with Chrysler and General Motors. Extending talks with...

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By Matt Creed After breaking their own scoring record in their first game of the season, Humber’s men’s rugby team are setting their sights on a third straight OCAA championship. “Hopefully it’s a very positive...

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By Sarah Rix Republican Mitt Romney and Democratic incumbent Barack Obama may be gearing up for three presidential debates in October, but now television pundits Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly have also declared their own...

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