Item is a video, produced by The Etobicoke Board of Education and Humber College, promoting articulation courses (transfer courses) to Etobicoke high school students. The video features a rap about Humber and education by Canadian hip-hop duo The Dream Warriors.
Item is a video cassette of a recording shown to participants at orientation for new Humber students. The video identifies services and departments of interest to students (such as the Registrar's Office, the Library, Career Services, Special Needs Office, Financial Aid, Health Services, and other departments).
Item is a videorecording of the official announcement of plans to turn the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital into a Humber campus. The event includes speeches by Ontario Minister of the Environment Ruth Grier, Humber President Robert 'Squee' Gordon, Etobicoke Councillor (and former Metro Chair) Dennis Flynn, and Etobicoke Councillor Irene Jones.
File consists of two copies of a videocassette promoting The Clock Tower fundraising campaign ("Building a Dream"). Includes 1990s computer animation showing the location of the proposed Clock Tower at the North Campus (during the day and night).
Item is a video promoting Humber College and its programs. The video includes film footage of students and buildings (mainly at the North), as well as interviews with students/faculty. The video was directed by John Morrow for Whitewater productions.
Item is a recording of the ground-breaking ceremonies and announcement of the University of Guelph-Humber. The presentation includes speeches by Ontario Education Minister Dianne Cunningham, Humber President Robert 'Squee' Gordon, and University of Guelph President Mordechai Rozanski. The footage also includes the crowds at the events (including several shots of Humber Board of Governor Chair Dr. Stuart Smith), and people posing with shovels for photographs.