By: Shaunte Sterling First comes Black Friday and then Cyber Monday. Next comes Giving Tuesday. It's a day aimed at encouraging people to give to charity after spending the weekend shopping and getting holiday gifts. Giving Tuesday is a chance to donate to a favourite charity, to give time to a food bank or even pay … Continue reading Giving Tuesday puts focus on charity
By: Shaunte Sterling A Manulife Bank poll suggests that nearly half of Canadian homeowners wouldn’t be properly prepared for emergency expenses in situations like a job loss. The newly released survey found that more than one in three millennials feel mortgage rates are too high. https://twitter.com/ManulifeNews/status/801786809659355136 Bailey Herron of Georgetown is a recent graduate who … Continue reading Almost half of Canadian homeowners have no emergency money, study says
By Shaunte Sterling Safety questions are being raised about buses taking advantage of the yield-to-bus law inside of Humber Colleges bus terminal. Several routes see buses going in-and-out of Humber's North campus, dropping off hundreds of students daily. And while they load and unload, students are constantly walking through cross paths to get to classes on … Continue reading Safety issues raised about buses at Humber
Visiting students enrolled at Humber College locations-- North and Lakeshore-- get the chance at a free coat. To see the story click here.