Daily News Headlines
|Humber Student Federation holds carnival to end semester
19/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt
The Humber Student Federation finished off the semester with an HSF Carnival and DJ Extravaganza, with carnival games, prizes and a live DJ. Tyler Hunt has the story.
|Syrian ceasefire begins, troops remain
12/04/2012 | Dino Pasalic
Syrian troops are holding their fire today after the deadline for a UN backed ceasefire passed, however both sides are reporting several violations.
|Supervised drug facilities may be coming to Toronto
12/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt
A lengthy report released Wednesday entitled Toronto and Ottawa Supervised Consumption Assessment (TOSCA) recommends three new, supervised drug-injection facilities in Toronto, plus another two in [ ... ]
|Lack of participation cancels Recycle Race at Humber|
05/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt & Katie Campanella
The Humber Student Federation hoped to end the year on an environmentally friendly note with a Recycle Race planned for the Earth Week celebrations. However, the turnout wasn't exactly what the [ ... ]
|March employment numbers surprise economists
05/04/2012 | Justin Crann, Michael Gregory, and Dino Pasalic
According to numbers released by Statistics Canada Thursday, the Canadian economy added 83,200 jobs in March, surpassing economists' estimates after a slumbering winter.
|OPP's 2011 traffic stats show decrease in deaths caused by motor vehicle collisions
05/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt
Ontario Provincial Police released the traffic statistics for 2011, and despite positive results, the OPP is hoping to improve on those statistics for 2012.
|UN world happiness rank not all about money
03/04/2012 | Marlee Greig
Canada is the fifth happiest country, according to the United Nations’ World Happiness Report.
|Ford tops Canada's auto sales in March |
03/04/2012 | Amy Weinstein
Fiat contributes to March sales increase for Chrysler Ford Canada has said they have reclaimed the top spot in Canadian auto sales for the month of Ma [ ... ]
|Suicide rate rises for teen girls, study says
03/04/2012 | Jillian Cecchini
Suicide rates are increasing for teen girls aged 10-19 but decreasing for boys of the same age, according to an article published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
|LRT for Humber: yes? No?
02/04/2012 | Mark Mullens and Stephen Donkers
With Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s transit plan defeated, HumberCollege will see a light rail transit station stop at the campus in the future.It is unknown when construction on the LRT will begin [ ... ]
|Katimivik supporters mourn cut program
02/04/2012 | Marlee Greig
Katimavik alumni and supporters are continuing to mourn the volunteer program after the federal government cut all of its funding.
|Underwhelming turnout for the Junos|
02/04/2012 | Jillian Cecchini