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Toronto Public Health has vaccinated nearly 7,000 people in community clinics so far this flu season. Additionally, pharmacies, doctors and health care providers have given the flu shot to one million city residents....

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Humber College wants more female volunteers to help the institution host the FIRST Robotics district competition in March....

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Shopify to invest up to $500M in Toronto expansion

September 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

Brandon Maron Shopify, the Ottawa based e-commerce platform, announced on Friday that it plans to develop its Toronto presence by injecting up to $500 million into expansion. Shopify is a cloud-based, multi-channel commerce platform that...

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The Barrett Centre is getting a $4 million upgrade

September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Maheen Malik Technology-driven education is the main goal of the new multi-million dollar collaboration between Humber College and Cisco Canada. The partnership is launching a five year initiative to engage students, and companies in projects...

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Maheen Malik Cell phones used to be a status symbol only the rich would indulge in, but today they are devices that even toddlers play and learn on. Let’s explore 30 years into the past when...

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The Canadian government announced it will be banning the outdoor use of a common pesticide widely linked to the death of bees....

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Canada's health care system may need to catch up quickly with new technological advancements in order to keep up with young adults seeking change....

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The world is at risk of entering "hothouse" conditions with boiling temperatures and dramatic sea level rise even if emissions reduction targets under a global climate deal are met, scientists say in a new study....

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Medical experts have offered lifesaving steps for patients to take during an anaphylactic reaction while EpiPen auto-injectors continue to be in limited availability in Canada....

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Federal scientists will be protected against political interference....

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