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  • BY JOSH PEDERSON Imaging having a job where you wake up every day, turn on a camera, connect a microphone and broadcast yourself to an audience from around the world. You get to make your own hours and oftentimes, you don’t even have to leave your house. The job of livestreaming is quickly gaining traction as a legitimate career path and for those who are successful, monthly earnings can be in the hundreds of thousands...

    Living off livestreaming

    BY JOSH PEDERSON Imaging having a job where you wake up every day, turn on a camera, connect a microphone and broadcast yourself to an audience from around the world. You get to make your own hours and oftentimes, you don’t even have to leave your house. The job of livestreaming is quickly gaining traction as a legitimate career path and for those who are successful, monthly earnings can be in the hundreds of thousands...

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  •   Aries – March 21 – April 19 It may be in your best interest to consider a new friend to give you a suggestion you hadn’t considered. Next week might be better for a big decision. Taurus – April 20 – May 20 There is always time to send an email to a friend with three reasons they are important to you. And then you’ll realize that which you’ve been seeking. Gemini – May...

    Horoscope – Week of April 9, 2018

      Aries – March 21 – April 19 It may be in your best interest to consider a new friend to give you a suggestion you hadn’t considered. Next week might be better for a big decision. Taurus – April 20 – May 20 There is always time to send an email to a friend with three reasons they are important to you. And then you’ll realize that which you’ve been seeking. Gemini – May...

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  • The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario has had a chaotic few months that resulted in Doug Ford being named Tory leader, and thus, becoming a candidate in the 2018 Ontario general election. Already people are showing their distaste for the former city councillor and brother of the late, infamous Rob Ford, by encouraging their fellow Ontarians to vote for “anyone but him.” Anyone but him, even though the current Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, who is...

    Choose the best candidate

    The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario has had a chaotic few months that resulted in Doug Ford being named Tory leader, and thus, becoming a candidate in the 2018 Ontario general election. Already people are showing their distaste for the former city councillor and brother of the late, infamous Rob Ford, by encouraging their fellow Ontarians to vote for “anyone but him.” Anyone but him, even though the current Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, who is...

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  • BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER People give today’s younger generations a lot of grief about how much time is spent on cellphones and computers. Most say they hear it at least once a week: “Kids these days and their damn phones,” or something similar. But what if that cellphone and being on social media could result in saving someone’s life? Is this technology really such a bad thing? The Waterloo Region Record recently published a story about...

    Maybe social media isn’t so bad

    BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER People give today’s younger generations a lot of grief about how much time is spent on cellphones and computers. Most say they hear it at least once a week: “Kids these days and their damn phones,” or something similar. But what if that cellphone and being on social media could result in saving someone’s life? Is this technology really such a bad thing? The Waterloo Region Record recently published a story about...

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  • By MELISSA HORTON Conestoga College’s business management students brought some important environmental issues to the Doon campus the week of March 26. As part of environmental week at the college, students hosted a waste audit in the cafeteria in order to raise awareness about how much waste is put into the wrong bins. “Right now we’re focusing on how to divert waste,” said Nour Hmedy, a first-year business management student. According to Conestoga College’s 2016...

    Waste audit cleans up campus

    By MELISSA HORTON Conestoga College’s business management students brought some important environmental issues to the Doon campus the week of March 26. As part of environmental week at the college, students hosted a waste audit in the cafeteria in order to raise awareness about how much waste is put into the wrong bins. “Right now we’re focusing on how to divert waste,” said Nour Hmedy, a first-year business management student. According to Conestoga College’s 2016...

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    Digital Edition- April 9, 2018

     

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  • BY LUCAS HUTTERI The votes are in and Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI) has announced the winners of the 2018-2019 CSI board of directors election. A total of 881 valid votes were received and the winners are Jack Gaudet, Sharan Kalsi, Kevin Lewis, Andrew MacNeil, Martha Prada, Angela van Stee and Scot Wyles. Aimee Calma remains the CSI president. Brittany Greig is vice-president, external and Porter Oleson is vice-president, internal. Two returning faces on the CSI...

    New 2018-2019 CSI directors elected

    BY LUCAS HUTTERI The votes are in and Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI) has announced the winners of the 2018-2019 CSI board of directors election. A total of 881 valid votes were received and the winners are Jack Gaudet, Sharan Kalsi, Kevin Lewis, Andrew MacNeil, Martha Prada, Angela van Stee and Scot Wyles. Aimee Calma remains the CSI president. Brittany Greig is vice-president, external and Porter Oleson is vice-president, internal. Two returning faces on the CSI...

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  • Local man creates conversation with unique social bar BY PETER SWART Waterloo is continuing to grow more and more each day and it’s thanks to people like Rami Said. Said is one of the city’s many entrepreneurs who offer something to the community that makes it as unique as it is. He was born and raised in Waterloo and as he grew older he decided to check out what the rest of the world had...

    New creative hub opens in Waterloo

    Local man creates conversation with unique social bar BY PETER SWART Waterloo is continuing to grow more and more each day and it’s thanks to people like Rami Said. Said is one of the city’s many entrepreneurs who offer something to the community that makes it as unique as it is. He was born and raised in Waterloo and as he grew older he decided to check out what the rest of the world had...

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  • By: Austin Wells  

    Volunteer Awards

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  • By: Rebecca Soares

    Alcohol Taxes Increase impact on The Venue

    By: Rebecca Soares

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