• Local band drops debut album

    Local band drops debut album

    If you were to chuck Billy Talent, Panic! At The Disco and a dash of nutmeg into a cauldron you would get Uforia,  a four-man group that consists of a trio of Humber Lakeshore music students along with a York University alumnus. With 102 sales of their first EP, Imagining, that released on Nov. 16, ...

  • The Lake Show

    The Lake Show

    Here are some photos from The Lake Show held Thursday November 29.  ...

  • Humber Lake Show boasts surprise guest; the mystery of J.B.

    Humber Lake Show boasts surprise guest; the mystery of J.B.

    There will be a special guest interview at Humber’s Lakeshore campus this Thursday November 29. Tyler Morgan, host of the third annual Lake Show, would only give vague hints as to who students should expect to see. “His initials are J.B. and his father lives in Winnipeg,” said Morgan. “But that’s all I can tell ...

  • Ford Focus: Toronto Politics Nov. 22

    Ford Focus: Toronto Politics Nov. 22

    The TTC will be raising fares again. The fare will jump five more cents, starting January 1st of next year. This follows a ten-cent increase in token prices last winter. A recent poll by Forum Research suggests that Toronto MP Olivia Chow could defeat both incumbent Mayor Rob Ford and councillor Adam Vaughan in a ...

  • Federal Politics Review Nov. 22

    Nov 22, 12 • Public InterestNo Comments
    Federal Politics Review Nov. 22

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper put his support behind Israel in the ongoing conflict between the country and militant groups in Gaza. Harper said he condemns the attacks on Israel, the Toronto Star reports. The Harper government has cut over 10,000 federal jobs in the past six months in an effort to save government money and eliminate ...

  • Queens Park Review Nov. 19

    Nov 19, 12 • Public InterestNo Comments
    Queens Park Review Nov. 19

    New Democratic Leader, Andrea Horwath, said she would raise the corporate tax rate if elected. The NDP have raised nine points in polls since the last election placing them at 36 per cent favorability. This is due in part to unpopular decisions involving the Liberals, such as cancelling two gas plants and proroguing parliament. Progressive ...

  • Queen’s Park Review Nov. 16

    Nov 16, 12 • Public InterestNo Comments
    Queen’s Park Review Nov. 16

    The New Democratic Party said their attempt to accuse information related to the cancelling of two Ontario power plants is being stonewalled by the Liberals. The Liberals said the information does not exist. NDP Energy Critic Peter Tabuns called the the situation “Kafka-esque,” and Progressive Conservative Leader, Tim Hudak said the Liberals are engaged in ...

  • Ford Focus: Toronto Politics Nov. 15

    Ford Focus: Toronto Politics Nov. 15

    Victory and defeat for Mayor Ford this week. As a Mayor, he is struggling with a controversial $6 Million dollar libel suit from George Foulidis, owner of the Boardwalk Cafe. The suit was filed over allegations Mayor Ford made that Foulidis’ company somehow tampered with a lease deal with the city. More bad news for ford. ...

  • HSF News 15/11/2012

    Nov 15, 12 • Public InterestNo Comments
    HSF News 15/11/2012

    A Student Marketplace and a Massage Booth were both held at the Lakeshore Campus on Thursday, Nov. 15. At the Marketplace, students sold their homemade goods and services from food to arts and crafts. The Marketplace is took place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the K Building. Students were also able to get ...

  • Federal Politics Review Nov. 14

    Nov 14, 12 • All NewsNo Comments
    Federal Politics Review Nov. 14

    Mayor Gilles Vaillancourt of Laval, Que., has resigned. The 72-year-old mayor of the Montreal suburb is said to be involved in the province-wide corruption scandal. Prime Minister Stephen Harper landed in the Philippines on Friday, marking the first visit to the country by a Canadian prime minister in 15 years. A few days later, the prime ...