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What does it take to be a paramedic?

First year paramedic students training for their physically demanding program are already seeing progress in three months of work.

Natalia Bourdages, a first-year paramedic student who recently left her field in biology at University of Guelph, invests hours in the gym to prepare for her fitness exam. 390 more words


Humber Votes: Signs of Trudeaumania 2.0 on campus

With a strong final push on the campaign trail, Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party dominated Monday night in Canada’s federal election.

The Liberal party swept many parts of the country and came away with a majority government. 44 more words

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Loft Development To Take Down “Offensive” Slogan

A Union Loft sign that reads ‘Praise the Loft’ will be replaced with a new slogan in a couple of weeks. Local resident Daniel Masih argued about a year ago the sign was in bad taste. 461 more words

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Victim identified in fatal shooting in north Etobicoke

TORONTO – Toronto police have released the identity of a man who was fatally shot in north Etobicoke Tuesday night.

Police said Narendra Ramdharry, 26, of Toronto was shot twice in the back on Nov. 81 more words


HSF Real Talks shocks students with inspirational speakers

It was an inspiring day at Humber College on Tuesday, Nov. 10, as Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy and Toronto-based artist Matthew Del Degan spoke at the Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) Real Talks. 905 more words


Orienteering on the Humber River.

I’ve been taking part in Humber College’s Outdoor Education program since September. It’s a fun program which has seen the group head out to Algonquin for a backpacking trip… 504 more words

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