Apps for snacks

Too lazy to get off the couch to get food? There’s an app for that

BY KASANDRA DASILVA

When Sam Keller moved to Toronto two years ago, he was amazed by all the food options the city had to offer. He began looking for office jobs online and says Just Eat, an online service that helps Canadians order delivery and takeout from local restaurants through its website and its app, looked like a cool environment, and that it was something he was interested in. Two years later, he is the company’s business development executive.

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Ignite Election Audio Slideshow

Maja Jocson has been a part of the school community for the last three years, and during her final year she decided to run for Ignite president. Jocson has been a Kinesiology Rep, and Vice President of Student Affairs throughout her time at Guelph-Humber, and is now beginning a new adventure of being Ignite’s newest president. Photos done by Kasandra DaSilva.

GO Transit expansions on the horizon

Go Transit is the GTA’s (Greater Toronto Area) best form of public transportation as their buses and trains go as far as Kitchener and Barrie. Go Transit has been around for over 70 years, but has just began to grow. According to projections the GO Transit ridership will double from just over 60 million annual riders in 2015, to over 120 million in 2020. With those projections GO Transit is planning to expand their services further past the GTA.

Currently the furthest GO Transit goes is Kitchener, which is over an hour away. GO Transit will plan to send trains further southwest as apart of the expansion with London, Woodstock and Stratford being their main stops. If you are travelling out to Eastern Ontario GO trains only run to Oshawa, and GO buses continue on to Peterborough. It has been suggested that the Lakeshore East train line gets extended to Kingston, so that people have another choice when going East of Toronto, and they will have an easier and cheaper way to get to Ottawa or Montreal.

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Reducing toxic landfill waste aim of e-waste collection drive

Kasandra DaSilva

GENERAL NEWS REPORTER

This past week Humber students and staff were able to get rid of their old and used electronics sustainably during E-Waste Collection Week.

The Office of Sustainability teamed up with the department of Information Technology Services to give the Humber community a convenient place to get rid of old electronics such as computers, telephones, answer machines, projectors in a more environmentally friendly way.

Amelia Velasco, coordinator of the E-Waste collection said that their objective is to help students, staff and faculty reduce the volume of waste sent to landfill in any way they can.

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