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  • Queen Elizabeth II turns 90

    Britain and all other Commonwealth nations, including Canada, are wishing Queen Elizabeth a happy 90th birthday today.

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  • Students battling job woes

    Need help getting a job after graduation??

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  • G20 Misconduct

    The senior Toronto police officer who ordered mass detentions during the G-20 six years ago will be in court today to argue that he should be reprimanded, not temporarily demoted for his actions.
      

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  • Ontario leaders to discuss political fundraising rules as debate heats up

    The leaders of Ontario's main political parties are to meet this afternoon to discuss political fundraising reforms.

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  • Come one come all! Humber Open House is this Saturday

    Humber's three campuses are gearing up for yet another day of showcasing whay they got.

     

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  • G20 Class Action

    The Toronto Police Services Board says it's reviewing a decision by Ontario's top court allowing those detained during the G-20 summit to file class-action lawsuits against police and others.
       

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  • New youth jobs program

    On April 1, 2016, the Ontario Government launched a new program to help young people find jobs and prepare for their future.

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  • Torontonian's pay respect to former Mayor Rob Ford

    People are heading to Toronto city hall to pay their respects to Rob Ford before his funeral this week.

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  • Ontario Finance Minster impressed with First Nations budget commitment

    Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa says he was ``very impressed'' with the federal budget's commitment to education on First Nations reserves.

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  • Rob Ford Dead at 46.

    Mayor Rob Ford has died after a lengthy battle with cancer. 

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  • Toronto Police looking for owner of teddy bear

    Toronto police are trying to reunite a teddy bear with its owner, after the stuffed toy was found outside an east-end hospital.
        

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  • Loblaw puts Frenchs Ketchup back on their shelves

    Loblaw to restock stores with French's ketchup after uproar.

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  • Former Humber grad wins 'Emerging Writers Fiction Contest'

    Brittany Smith, a former Humber student who graduated from the Humber School for Writers, is the first place winner in Humber Literary Review's Emerging Writers Fiction Contest.

     

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  • OPP target distracted drivers over March break

    Ontario Provincial Police are targeting distracted drivers this week.

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  • Safe-injection site to arrive in Toronto

    Toronto could be moving towards establishing a safe-injection site in the city.

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  • Ontario Human Rights Commission calls for end of sexualized dress codes at work

    The Ontario Human Rights Commission is calling for an end to sexualized dress codes that discriminate against female and transgender workers.

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  • Humber Student Federation dismisses Vice President of Student Affairs Mikki Decker

    The Humber Students' Federation announced today that Vice President of student affairs Mikki Decker has been removed from the student federation and as a presidential candidate in the 2016 elections.

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  • Winter Storm Warning Across Ontario

    A major storm is expected across Ontario and Environment Canada is recommending you leave work early.

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  • 'Skinny' cable TV touches down in Canada

    As of today, Canadian TV viewers have a choice between their beefy cable or a slimmed-down service dubbed "skinny basic.''

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  • HSF Elections in full swing at North Campus Forum


    Today is the day that candidates for all HSF positions have been waiting for.

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  • Downtown Toronto transit thrown into disarray by power issues

     Some people heading to work in downtown Toronto may arrive late this morning because of power issues affecting a stretch of the subway system and several key streetcar routes.
     

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  • Neil Bantleman acquittal overturned

    The Burlington native is heading back to prison after Indonesia's Supreme Court overturned his acquittal.

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  • Marco Muzzo is expected to address a Newmarket court today at his sentencing hearing.

    Muzzo has not spoken publicly about the drunk-driving crash last September 27th in which three children and their grandfather died when his S-U-V plowed into their van.

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  • Premier Wynne to apologize for 1912 regulation banning French in Ontario schools

    Premier Kathleen Wynne will issue a formal apology in the Ontario legislature today for a 1912 regulation that banned elementary school teachers from speaking French.

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  • Toronto taxi drivers' group plans strike to protest UberX ride-hailing service

    A newly formed group of Toronto taxi drivers says it will go on strike during Friday's afternoon rush hour.

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  • Dion Phaneuf now an Ottawa Senator

    The Ottawa Senators have acquired defenceman Dion Phaneuf from the Toronto Maple Leafs in a nine-player trade.

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  • Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara to receive special academy legacy award

    Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are getting a special award from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

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  • Canada's fighter jets will end their fight against Islamic State militants

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada's fighter jets will end their fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria within the next two weeks.

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  • You May Not Know It -- but Broadcast Radio Is Kicking Your Ass!

    To kick off the New Year with a bang-full of good news, Nielsen released a new report last week that basically said "radio, once again, is the nation's top reach medium."

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  • Emails show alleged Ghomeshi victim contacted him despite initial denials

    A woman who says she wanted no contact with Jian Ghomeshi because she was so traumatized after the former CBC Radio host allegedly assaulted her did in fact reach out to him on several occasions.

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  • Tim Bosma trial of 2 accused enters 3rd day of testimony in Hamilto

    The trial of two men accused of killing a Hamilton man who took them for a test drive in his truck is set to hear more testimony as it enters its third day.

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  • Tory says it would be impractical for Toronto to try to shut down Uber

    Toronto Mayor John Tory says it would be impractical for the city to try to shut down Uber, which is preparing to launch another ride-sharing service called uberHOP on Tuesday.
       

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  • Another raccoon rabies case in Ontario

      Ontario public health officials are confirming a fifth case of raccoon rabies in the province.
     

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  • Restaurant workers get to keep tips

     Restaurants will no longer be allowed to take a cut of the tips meant for servers and other hospitality staff after a private member's bill passed in the Ontario legislature.
     

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  • Humber's Public Safety explains fire shutter closing rapidly

    Humber North campus students were confused Tuesday morning as they walked up to the link between the LRC and the main building, only to find out that they would have to find a different route. 

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  • Man dies after being shot in car in Toronto Monday morning

    A man has died after being shot in a car in northwest Toronto.   

    Toronto police say the shooting happened around 4:20 a.m. in Rexdale.
     

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  • Get The Best Pricerazzi

    Pricerazzi is an app that will ensure you get the best price on your purchases.

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  • An Online Gallery: Paparartzy

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  • Humber College president speaks out against harassment of Muslim students

    Humber College's president is speaking out against a pair of incidents targeting the school's Muslim community.



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  • French police conduct raids north of Paris

    There are more fallouts from the Paris terror attacks.

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  • Shooting near Humber College north campus

    One person is dead following a shooting last night on Alba Place, across from Humber's north campus. 

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  • Latest updates on Paris Attacks

    A local official says the massive police operation in the Brussels neighbourhood of Molenbeek has ended with no injuries.

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  • Humber College marks Remembrance Day with ceremonies

    The date is Nov. 11, a day of remembrance in Canada.

    We remember those who sacrificed their lives for their country in global conflicts.

    Citizens have gathered at numerous ceremonies across Toronto and the country.

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  • RCMP to honour 20 people for bravery in Oct. 22 storming of Parliament Hil

    The RCMP will give awards to 20 Mounties and former House of Commons security officers in recognition of their bravery when a gunman stormed Parliament Hill last year.

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  • Canada's privacy commissioner concerned about drone use

    It's a bird, it's a plane... No it's just a drone. Growing privacy concerns surrounding drone use has Ottawa suggesting more restrictions.

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  • Blue Jays future bright, says Alex Anthopoulos

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    The Toronto Blue Jays are looking ahead to the future after an impressive 2015/16 season.

    Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos spoke to the media at Rogers Centre for his year-end conference on Monday.

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  • York Regional Police investigate a deadly crash in Vaughan

    York Region Police are investigating a crash in Vaughan that killed two teenagers and left four others with injuries ranging from serious to life-threatening.

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  • Sammy Yatim trial continues

    The trial of a Toronto police officer charged in the shooting death of a teen on an empty streetcar is set to resume today.

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  • Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation gets million dollar payout

    Education Minister Liz Sandals says a $1-million payout to the union representing Ontario's high school teachers is ``not unusual,'' but will not be needed in future rounds of bargaining.
       

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  • Jays crack down on unruly fans

    The Toronto Blue Jays are taking no chances that there will be a repeat after unruly fans threw beer cans on the field during game five of their playoff series against the Texas Rangers.

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  • Trudeau's ready

    A Liberal wave rolled across seat-rich Ontario last night, crushing Conservative cabinet ministers and N-D-P incumbents alike.
       

    The Liberals, who held only 13 seats in Ontario when the election was called, won 80 of Ontario's newly expanded total of 121 seats compared with 33 for the Conservatives and eight for the New Democrats.

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  • Accused says posting alleged threat against Wilfrid Laurier was 'dumb decision'

     A man in London, England accused of posting an online threat against Wilfrid Laurier University says he made the comment as a joke and never expected anyone to take it seriously.

      

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  • Canada votes today

     Ontario is expected to be a key battleground in today's federal election, with several ridings being watched especially closely.

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  • York Region police warn of prowling man

    York Regional police is warning residents about a man prowling a Newmarket neighbourhood looking to sexually assault women.

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  • Vaughan mother wants tougher drunk driving laws

     A grieving mother who lost her three children and her father in a horrific crash north of Toronto is pushing for tougher penalties against drunk drivers.
     

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  • Giant Panda Babies Born

    TORONTO - The Toronto Zoo says a panda on loan from China has given birth to two cubs.

    The zoo says the cubs were born between 3 and 4 a.m. Tuesday and weigh 115 grams and just under 188 grams.

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