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The new federal carbon tax plan will mean new things for four provinces that wish to opt out of it....

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Earth Week at Humber consists of a variety of activities that students and faculty can partake in to help the environment, including the test driving of electric vehicles and a relay race....

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The government will be announcing a new plan for broadband internet all across the country by 2030 in the new federal budget....

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Even with the ban on cell phones in Ontario classrooms starting in the Fall of 2019, exceptions will be made to accommodate teachers and students who need them to teach and to learn....

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The Ontario Government and Metrolinx are teaming up with Woodbine Entertainment to construct a GO station along highway 27, on the Kitchener GO rail line. This is encouraging news for students at Humber College's north...

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Some think that more needs to be done to promote inclusivity of women on Humber’s campuses, especially within STEM programs....

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Bernie Sanders spoke about his working-class roots on Saturday, remembering his upbringing in the "three-and-a-half room, rent-controlled apartment," not far from where he kicked off his 2020 campaign at Brooklyn College....

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The revival of the church began when Terry Cutts, a mechanical contractor and an award-winning chef, moved to Palgrave with his two young sons in 2003....

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On any given night, there are an estimated 6,000 to 7,000 people between 16 and 24 who call the streets home, representing 20 per cent of the total homeless population....

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Paul F. Schubert Jagmeet Singh, the leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party, easily won a by-election in Burnaby-South, B.C. This comes after months of speculation regarding what would happen to Singh if he lost Monday’s...

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