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- Ezra Levant’s trial echoes a time when Canada’s radical Muslim activists were taken seriously
- Reports: Journalists beaten in Crimea
- US jobs grow, but not for journalists
- Egypt's trial for Al Jazeera journalists adjourned till March 24
- Turkey’s Leaders Spar Over Plan to Muzzle Social Media
- Kiplinger, one of the last old-style media companies, ponders the future
|Humber Student Federation holds carnival to end semester
19/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt
The Humber Student Federation finished off the semester with an HSF Carnival and DJ Extravaganza, with carnival games, prizes and a live DJ. Tyler Hunt has the story.
|Syrian ceasefire begins, troops remain
12/04/2012 | Dino Pasalic
Syrian troops are holding their fire today after the deadline for a UN backed ceasefire passed, however both sides are reporting several violations.
|Supervised drug facilities may be coming to Toronto|
12/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt
A lengthy report released Wednesday entitled Toronto and Ottawa Supervised Consumption Assessment (TOSCA) recommends three new, supervised drug-injection facilities in Toronto, plus another two in [ ... ]
|Lack of participation cancels Recycle Race at Humber
05/04/2012 | Tyler Hunt & Katie Campanella
The Humber Student Federation hoped to end the year on an environmentally friendly note with a Recycle Race planned for the Earth Week celebrations. However, the turnout wasn't exactly what the [ ... ]
|Arthur Murray Dance Studios mark a century in business
05/04/2012 | Emma Brown, Sarah Horwath & Alex Zakrzewski
The Arthur Murray Dance Studio on The Kingsway in Etobicoke opened their doors last night to celebrate 100 years of teaching the world to dance. Thedailyplanet.com's Alex Zakrzewski has the [ ... ]
|March employment numbers surprise economists|
05/04/2012 | Justin Crann, Michael Gregory, and Dino Pasalic
According to numbers released by Statistics Canada Thursday, the Canadian economy added 83,200 jobs in March, surpassing economists' estimates after a slumbering winter.