Humber’s recently-formed Jewish club opened its North campus door on Monday to Gershon Willinger, a Holocaust survivor, to relate his experiences to students.
Elisabetta Bianchini Business & Technology reporter The Canadian wine and grape industry has contributed $9 billion to the Canadian economy. According to a study commissioned by the All-Party Parliamentary Canadian Wine Caucus and the Canadian Vintner Association (CVA), the report titled Canada’s Wine Economy – Ripe Robust Remarkable found that the industry’s economic impact increased…
A Humber College professor has been released on bail after police arrested him Monday on charges related to child pornography.
Junisha Dama Arts and Entertainment Reporter Filmmaking is a passion for Ivan Ramin Radnik, the Humber graduate recognized by Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival for his film The Land of Nod. “The film took that darkness that was forming up inside of me and brought it out. So in a way, filmmaking is like therapy…
Toronto’s annual International Women’s Day march last Saturday gathered almost 11,000 people despite the cold.
Almost one in three students registered with the First Year Experience are first generation students within their families, 53 per cent of them being mature students and 59 per cent international.
Toronto Comedy Sketch Festival is key among the forums that have highlighted success stories from Humber’s Comedy Writing and Performance program.
The results are 69 per cent of Guelph-Humber students are in favour of the interval, offered at many post-secondary institutions in Canada.