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Norovirus: could it happen here?

Mohawk College students are asking whether an outbreak similar to the one that recently hit Humber College could happen here. The norovirus outbreak at Humber sickened over 200 students with flu-like symptoms. “My friends at Humber became extremely ill and one of them actually had to be hospitalized,” said Mohawk ...

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Torontonians walk in solidarity with women’s marches across America

Newly sworn-in U.S. President Donald Trump was met with pushback just hours after being inaugurated. Over a million people across America and around the world attended women’s marches on Saturday (Jan. 21) in protest of his presidency. The marches and the turnouts far surpassed original estimates, and amounted to the largest ...

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Historic Burlington High School May Get the Boot

The Halton District School Board (HDSB) has voted to consider closing Burlington Central High School (BCHS) in 2018. A downtown school that dates back to 1922, BCHS has a lot of history as the first high school in Burlington. But the board says declining student numbers may force the school ...

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Christy Bruce: Champion of the ‘Blind Date’

Going on a blind date can be pretty nerve-wracking. Now imagine having to go on one every single night. On top of the pressure to create conversation with the other person and be interesting, you now have the pressure of a full audience watching you. Now picture it being opening ...

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Anti-Trump protest hits Toronto

Protesters against and in support of US President-Elect Donald Trump took to the streets of Toronto last weekend . The protest started just after 12:30 p.m., with people gathering to hear various speakers at a rally at Nathan Phillips Square. The rain did not stop a march to Trump International ...

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