Great Lake Swimmers Kick off their 2020 Canadian Tour
Fresh off a new music video for “The Talking Wind” (Acoustic version), the indie folk band Great Lake Swimmers, from Wainfleet, Ontario, are opening their 2020 Canada season with a performance at Toronto's Paradise Theatre on January 25. The doors open at 7:30pm and runs at 8:30pm until 10:30pm and the music is suitable for all ages. The band will be touring across the country with five performances before the end of February.
Sarah Harmer releases new single “St. Peter’s Bay”
Canadian singer-songwriter and environmentalist Sarah Harmer has just dropped her new single “St. Peter’s Bay”. The song will be featured on her upcoming album “Are You Gone”, which is set to be released on February 21st via Arts & Crafts Productions.
Toronto’s Mute Choir drops new single “Shadowboxing”
Rock trio Mute Choir has dropped their newest single “Shadowboxing”, a song that will be featured on their debut album “Silent Conversations”.
A Picturesque Debut with Sarah Harmer’s, “St. Peters Bay”
Award winning Canadian artist and environmentalist Sarah Harmer, has just released her second single, “St. Peter’s Bay” off of her long awaited album, “Are you gone”.
Alexisonfire Drops New Single “Season of the Flood”
After a 10-year drought, Alexisonfire floods their fans with plethora of new music.
Need Textbooks; Think the Humber Bookstore
As a new school year begins you will need a lot of supplies. Pens, pencils, highlighters, folders, binders, white-out, a daybook, notebooks, and not to mention a pile of textbooks that’s likely to be enormous. Luckily the Humber bookstores at both Lakeshore and North campus got you covered, and they have all these things and so much more. The North Campus and Lakeshore Campus Bookstores are the official Bookstores for Humber College and the University Guelph Humber.
Prepare Yourself for Humber Lockdown Drills
Humber College is committed to the safety of its students, faculty and staff and they believe the best way to stay true to that commitment is to prepare the community for any and all possible threats. This is why Humber will again be conducting lockdown drills this year, and every year, during the third week of September. These drills set out to prepare students and faculty, as well as test procedures so that Humber can improve and adapt their lockdown program.
The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Diversity
Many students do not know about the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity. The Centre ensures that equity, diversity and inclusion are instilled throughout Humber. The goal of the Centre is to increase human rights, equity, diversity and inclusion awareness.
The Vancouver based all queer, all female alt garage-rock outfit Strange Breed released the first video for their single” Closer”. “Closer” is from their upcoming album Permanence which was produced by Darren Grahn.
Toronto band ‘Highs’ on The Rise
Rising pop band, ‘Highs’ originally formed back in university, simply as a group of friends who enjoyed making music together. The band, which include Doug Haynes, Karrie Douglas, Joel Harrower, and Paul Vroom, is known for their signature happy, tropical, pop style of music;