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COVID-19

Humber College closed from Tuesday

All campuses will be shut down completely.

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COVID-19

Classes cancelled starting Monday

Starting on Monday, there will be no Humber College classes.

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Breaking

Ontario shutters public schools, Humber staying open

It is unclear whether this includes colleges or universities.

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News

Former premier Wynne praises the efforts of students in Ford era

Ontario’s first female premier visited Humber College’s journalism program.

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eSports

South Korean Overwatch dominance threatened at World Cup

(Ridder) – An ultimate showdown is ahead for South Korea this weekend as it attempts to keep its champion title at the third Overwatch World Cup, with other countries closing in as the talent gap shrinks. The South, formally known as the Republic of Korea, or ROK, will be defending their title against the favourited […]

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Editorial

Rivals: Another trash Star Wars game

Four years ago, Star Wars fans had a real multiplayer first person shooter game for mobile, and now gaming company Electronic Arts has created another one, Rivals, but it’s utter trash.  In this game, you buy loot boxes to unlock characters so you can go into matches where you engage an enemy behind cover in […]

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News

Three arrested for Fordson assault

Three students from Fordson High School were charged on Friday due to assaulting a freshman in the locker room before a football practice on Oct 9.  This comes after an exclusive published by The Anon Journal detailing an alleged rape cover-up at  the Michigan high school on the same day as Oct 9. However, the students are charged only […]

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News

Daesh loses final strongholds

Originally posted on The Avro Post:
Within the same day, Daesh (IS) has lost its final strongholds in Syria and Iraq.  Early on Friday the Syrian Army said it had recaptured Deir al-Zour and hours later Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said al-Qa’im right across the border had been liberated by government forces. Iraqi forces…

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News

United Nations deliver humanitarian aid to 40,000

Originally posted on Berning Media Network:
A UN and Syrian Arab Red Crescent convoy entered eastern Ghouta (Syria) today, to deliver humanitarian aid to 40,000 people for the first time since 2016. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said they entered the towns of Kafra Batna and Saqba. “The last time…