September 24th, 2021
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People at a Climate Strike march fill a city street, holding protest signs. One of them says: "There is no Planet B"

Today marks the third annual Global Climate Strike, created by students and activists to stop climate change and move their communities forward. In August, a United Nations report called the crisis “a code red for humanity.” The Global Climate strike goes beyond awareness and urges individuals to act. 

Like you, we are as concerned as we are committed to doing our part to fight the crisis. The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals include 17 global goals that will help us achieve a more sustainable future, and they are pressing. 

Sustainability is one of Humber’s core values and is a crucial consideration in everything...Read more

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September 9th, 2021
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Two masked Humber IT staff members stand behind a big white desk at the futuristic Tech Zone

The Fall 2021 term is underway! 

When you arrive at Humber’s North and Lakeshore campuses, you will notice some new ways and spaces that are designed to better connect our community. 

For those who have not been back to North Campus since March 2020, expect some changes to our infrastructure. 

Work continues on the Finch West Light Rapid Transit line, which will increase community accessibility and sustainability. You will receive periodic updates about the future station and how it will affect traffic flow during construction. Those coming to North Campus and the University of Guelph-Humber should give themselves some extra commuting time as there are lane closures around campus. 

A few months ago, I told you about Humber’s IT Services team’s new, sustainability-focused Open Access Lab at North campus. Students learning in-person this term will...Read more

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August 30th, 2021
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A photo by Mohammed Taabish shows a bed of flowers around a rock with 'Humber' written on it, in front of three flagpoles at the Humber Lakeshore campus entrance.
Photo: Mohammed Taabish

The first day of the Fall 2021 term is just around the corner, but before the Humber community transitions into a new school year, we celebrate the one that came before at the annual President’s Breakfast event. For the second year, we are hosting the President’s Breakfast Virtual Series online.  

This morning, I addressed the Humber College community, looking back on our accomplishments over the past year. Tomorrow, we will honour our colleagues at the President’s Awards virtual presentation. On Wednesday, Sept. 1, you will have the opportunity to watch a video update about Humber Tomorrow, our new vision document, featuring Gina Antonacci, Senior Vice-President,...Read more

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