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Serving up some compassion

Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter Humber annual barbeque to launch its United Way campaign kicked off its goal to raise $50,000 this year. “The United Way is important because it supports so many agencies. It’s important for students to donate through events like this,” said John Davies, Humber’s president, during the event held Wednesday. “The United Way supports a lot... More
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‘Just make the call’ on child abuse, group says

Andrew Ardizzi Senior News Reporter Boost Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention launched its national Go Purple for Prevention campaign Wednesday morning at Humber’s North Campus. “One of our main objectives is to educate people that abuse does happen and that we can do something to prevent it,” said Boost’s executive director, Karyn Kennedy. Boost is an organization committed to eliminating... More
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Mayoral debate at the AGO

Andrew Ardizzi Senior Reporter Toronto’s mayoral hopefuls pledged support for the arts at the Arts Gallery of Ontario debate Wednesday night. Under the watchful eye of hundreds of the city’s artisans, candidates debated issues on funding and public access. Many of the candidates agreed, a partnership between the arts community and the private sector is essential. “We must get the... More
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Brick repairs at Guelph-Humber go ahead with reserve funds

Andrew Ardizzi News Reporter Humber is going ahead with repairs to the Guelph-Humber building during its ongoing legal fight with the company who built the building. The repairs will be paid for by the college’s reserve, said Rani Dhaliwal, vice-president of finance and administration. Dhaliwal said the college can’t wait for the matter to be settled because the building has... More