Union may face courts

Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter Humber’s faculty union, Local 562, may be on the verge of a civil court case with the family of its former treasurer over a discrepancy in the books of more than $100,000, according to the local’s president. “Their lawyers missed the deadline to respond to us and now we’re moving forward, possibly with a civil... More

Two new degrees get approval

Supply chain management, finances added to business school Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter Humber College has approved two new bachelor of commerce degrees, in supply chain management and finances, for its Business School. “The two degrees that recently went through the board are two new degrees that will sit on The Business School’s two-year platform,” said Michael Hatton, Humber’s vice-president,... More

Alleged Lakeshore peeping Tom charged

Mississauga travelling salesman face voyeurism and criminal harrassment charges Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter A man has been charged with eight counts in connection with incidents including voyeurism at student residences. The accused allegedly stalked Humber College’s Lakeshore residence and University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus between December 2009 and Oct. 30, 2010, Toronto police said in a news release. Police... More

Humber partners with Bhutan media

Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter Humber and the Bhutanese government are partnering to improve media literacy in Bhutan. “Media plays such an important role because it impacts the lives of people,” said Monira A.Y. Tswewang, chief information and media officer of Bhutan’s Information and Communication, and Media Development divisions. “We want them to be more engaged in public discourse,” she... More