Ontario restaurants relieved medical marijuana users must take it elsewhere

New legislation in Ontario will force users of medical marijuana to take their cigarettes and other devices to designated smoking areas, and restaurants in particular are thankful. “We’re very happy the Ministry (of Health) went down this road,” said James Rilett, Vice President of Restaurants Canada, told Humber News. Rilett’s organization is a not-for-profit association representing … Continue reading Ontario restaurants relieved medical marijuana users must take it elsewhere

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Torontonians can track police activity with new web feature

Whether it’s a collision, a fire or a simple school crossing detail, Torontonians can now instantly find out what’s been going on in their city. The new Calls for Service feature on the Toronto Police Service’s web page allows citizens to track law enforcement activity in their immediate and surrounding areas. “It allows people to see what … Continue reading Torontonians can track police activity with new web feature

Students Unwind at Humber’s Mental Wellness Event

Every brain needs down time and many students were able to put their minds at ease this Thursday at Humber Lakeshore’s “Bounce Forward” event. The one day event, which was also held on Wednesday at the North campus, was designed to help students think about their mental health at what is often a very busy … Continue reading Students Unwind at Humber’s Mental Wellness Event

Woman in Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart Attack Now Facing First Degree Murder Charge

The Crown has upgraded the charges laid against Rohinie Bisesar from second degree murder to first degree murder in the death of Rosemarie Junor, who died in hospital in December five days after she was stabbed at a downtown Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart. The change in charges follows new evidence that suggests the attack may … Continue reading Woman in Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart Attack Now Facing First Degree Murder Charge

Lego’s First Disabled Figure Impresses Advocates

Lego has unveiled its very first disabled figurine, and advocates for the physically disabled say it’s a huge step in the right direction. “I think it’s important for everybody to have the actual population represented in the toys they’re playing with,” said Meg Houghton, Director of Student Access,Wellness and Development at Humber’s North Campus. Making … Continue reading Lego’s First Disabled Figure Impresses Advocates