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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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Ketamine gained popularity as a recreational drug in the 1990, it was commonly a "rave" or club drug, often obtained in powder form and snorted, but it can also be injected, consumed in drinks or...

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Toronto's first legal marijuana dispensary, The Hunny Pot, has opened on Queen Street West. ...

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The Muslim Student Association hosted Islam Awareness Day at the IGNITE Student Center on Humber's North campus...

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For centuries, women in China deformed their feet in order to be appealing to men. What used to be called the Golden Lotus Feet is now seen as a cruel traditional practice of the past....

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Students from the University of Guelph-Humber (UGH) hosted Emerge Above the Stigma, a seminar about prioritizing mental health at a young age....

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The glitch, discovered by a Toronto man, can shut the TTC systems down with just one tap. ...

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Humber getting ready for Earth Week

March 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Even though Earth Week may take place next week at Humber College, there are still many things that the community can do throughout the year to help the planet....

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The Caribbean Street Food Festival in east Toronto attracted hundreds of people. Many vendors were sold out by midday....

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Digital therapy is offered by numerous companies and is increasing in popularity by the generation of tech savvy young people facing mental health issues. ...

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