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New $20 bill honours Vimy Ridge battle

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Neetu Thind Canadians may soon be able to carry a memento supporting veterans in their wallets just in time for Remembrance Day. After unveiling the polymer style banknotes in May, the new twenty-dollar bill...

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By Kaitie Fraser and Matthew Smith On Monday, Humber President Chris Whitaker unveiled the new NBCUniversal Production Suites for film and media students at the Lakeshore campus. Listen: NBC to executive vice president and general...

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By Elton Hobson The War of 1812 took place 200 years ago, but a special presentation at St. Lawrence Hall Monday night bridged the gap between past and present in a unique way. Pain and...

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Virtual toy store debuts in downtown Toronto

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Meagan Malloch, Claire McCormack, and Mamta Lulla With holiday shopping just around the corner, Toronto shoppers will get a boost from the first ever virtual toy store. Located in the PATH tunnel system downtown,...

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by Jeanette Liu The holiday season has packaged up an early gift in the form of a magazine cover for fans of svelte American actor Channing Tatum. According to the online website, Gossip Cop, Tatum...

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By Alex Fuller Casting a ballot for the United States president is not the only decision Michigan voters will be making Tuesday.  The future of a new bridge between Windsor, Ont., and Detroit is also...

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Reel Asian Film fest kicks off

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Julie Fish Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, which opens Tuesday and is celebrating its 16th anniversary, will be screening its first feature length South Asian film on Friday. In a press release the festival...

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U.S. election voting climate unclear, tense

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Katherine Ward [SlideDeck2 id=11777 iframe=1] The 2012 U.S. presidential election is in the home stretch and polling stations opened up early Tuesday morning across the country for people to cast their ballots. For those...

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Farmers market bring community, food together

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Patricia Brotzel With temperatures near freezing, local farmers are bundling up against the elements to sell sustainably grown produce and meats at the Sorauren Farmers’ Market this winter. The market–  in the Roncesvalles area...

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App debuts at Humber to connect students

November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Heather VanAndel Humber College is now offering students a new virtual interactive way to connect with other Humber students. The online mobile application called OOHLAHA allows Canadian college and university students to connect with others at...

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