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Green Party makes historic gains

October 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

Polls indicate that the Green Party had a historic election day in Canada....

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Chances are Canada will end up with a minority Liberal government tonight....

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Justin Trudeau wins Papineau

October 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

Druv Sareen and Madison Raye Montreal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has won the the Montreal riding of Papineau. The riding is one of the high profile races in the 2019 election. The people of Montreal...

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Liberals have been elected to a minority government. According to public opinion polling, this has been the most uncertain election in decades. No party was projected to win a majority of seats....

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It appears the vast majority of Humber Students have chosen to pay optional student fees that fund extracurricular activities and services such as student government, clubs and emergency bursaries. ...

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that Canada will be free from environmentally harmful single-use plastics by early 2021....

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In recent years, activists, policymakers, and sociologists were preoccupied with inner-city decline across Canada, but widespread reports of Toronto's old communities often ignore the massive flow of capital into these areas. ...

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Five years ago officials chose to switch Flint’s water to the Flint River, without lead corrosion controls, prompting a public health crisis....

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Government agencies and corporations alike are all accused of targeting job advertisements through Facebook, despite allegations that these tactics could lead to human rights infringements....

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There are a variety of events and activities taking place across Humber College that can get the community involved in throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April of 2019....

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