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  • By: Austin Wells Students at Conestoga bring in Urban Arts Week at Conestoga’s Doon Campus on March 20.

    Urban Arts Week

    By: Austin Wells Students at Conestoga bring in Urban Arts Week at Conestoga’s Doon Campus on March 20.

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  • BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER It’s no secret to anyone who lives in Waterloo Region that we have a homeless problem. You can’t avoid seeing it if you go through any of the three cores, whether it be King Street that runs through Kitchener and Waterloo, or Ainslie Street in Cambridge. However, few realize just how big a problem it is. Although recent statistics from the Region of Waterloo indicate there are fewer homeless in the region,...

    BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER It’s no secret to anyone who lives in Waterloo Region that we have a homeless problem. You can’t avoid seeing it if you go through any of the three cores, whether it be King Street that runs through Kitchener and Waterloo, or Ainslie Street in Cambridge. However, few realize just how big a problem it is. Although recent statistics from the Region of Waterloo indicate there are fewer homeless in the region,...

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  • BY PETER SWART Students in Conestoga’s sustainable business management program were hoping for gold in the Carbon Cleanse Challenge which took place across the region last month. Paul Cochrane, Conestoga’s waste diversion/sustainability co-ordinator, said the challenge was a way for organizations to lessen their negative impact on the environment. “The Carbon Cleanse Challenge is a four-week challenge in which various organizations and the Region of Waterloo participate to help mitigate their impacts on global climate...

    Students take the Carbon Cleanse Challenge

    BY PETER SWART Students in Conestoga’s sustainable business management program were hoping for gold in the Carbon Cleanse Challenge which took place across the region last month. Paul Cochrane, Conestoga’s waste diversion/sustainability co-ordinator, said the challenge was a way for organizations to lessen their negative impact on the environment. “The Carbon Cleanse Challenge is a four-week challenge in which various organizations and the Region of Waterloo participate to help mitigate their impacts on global climate...

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  •   Aries – March 21 – April 19 Today you have the choice to make a new start for yourself. It happens by spending a little less money, while saving a bit more, and accepting it for what it is. Taurus – April 20 – May 20 Based on your sign, your Pluto is waning, which means that you should avoid persons of the sign Capricorn this month. Gemini – May 21 – June 21...

    Horoscope Week of April 2, 2018

      Aries – March 21 – April 19 Today you have the choice to make a new start for yourself. It happens by spending a little less money, while saving a bit more, and accepting it for what it is. Taurus – April 20 – May 20 Based on your sign, your Pluto is waning, which means that you should avoid persons of the sign Capricorn this month. Gemini – May 21 – June 21...

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  • Get some exercise and help out a charity at the same time. Get Jacked for RHWR will be held on Sunday, April 15 by a group of Conestoga bachelor of public relations students at the Grand Valley Country Club in Cambridge. It is a two-hour workout class affiliated with local business Proactive Training and Nutrition. Proactive is donating time and equipment to run a one-hour boot camp class and a one-hour Zumba class to help...

    Get your sweat on and raise money for charity

    Get some exercise and help out a charity at the same time. Get Jacked for RHWR will be held on Sunday, April 15 by a group of Conestoga bachelor of public relations students at the Grand Valley Country Club in Cambridge. It is a two-hour workout class affiliated with local business Proactive Training and Nutrition. Proactive is donating time and equipment to run a one-hour boot camp class and a one-hour Zumba class to help...

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  • BY MELISSA HORTON The growing opioid crisis has been a major concern for Cambridge residents for some time now. The problem has become so rampant, with so many needles left lying around the city and weekly overdoses, that safe injection sites have been proposed as a solution by public health officials. Downtown Kitchener and the Galt core of Cambridge have been recommended as spots for safe injection sites, which have left many residents worried for...

    Injection site better elsewhere

    BY MELISSA HORTON The growing opioid crisis has been a major concern for Cambridge residents for some time now. The problem has become so rampant, with so many needles left lying around the city and weekly overdoses, that safe injection sites have been proposed as a solution by public health officials. Downtown Kitchener and the Galt core of Cambridge have been recommended as spots for safe injection sites, which have left many residents worried for...

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  • BY TAYLOR PACE A new guitar store opened in the downtown Galt area of Cambridge in February, with the owner hoping to reinforce the growing community and local music scene. The Galt Guitar Shop, located on Water Street, sells an array of guitars, ukuleles, amps and accessories. Alongside the guitars you will find owner Rob Swift, sitting comfortably in his chair in the back corner, with a picturesque view of the Grand River. Swift always...

    Let the music play

    BY TAYLOR PACE A new guitar store opened in the downtown Galt area of Cambridge in February, with the owner hoping to reinforce the growing community and local music scene. The Galt Guitar Shop, located on Water Street, sells an array of guitars, ukuleles, amps and accessories. Alongside the guitars you will find owner Rob Swift, sitting comfortably in his chair in the back corner, with a picturesque view of the Grand River. Swift always...

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  • BY JOSH PEDERSON Although it might not look as if we are getting a Green Party Prime Minister in Canada any time soon, the left-wing political party is quickly gaining notoriety within various municipalities across the country and soon may become a real contender at the provincial and federal levels. Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May currently holds the only seat in the House of Commons for the Green Party with her win in Saanich-Gulf...

    Greens will ‘do politics differently’

    BY JOSH PEDERSON Although it might not look as if we are getting a Green Party Prime Minister in Canada any time soon, the left-wing political party is quickly gaining notoriety within various municipalities across the country and soon may become a real contender at the provincial and federal levels. Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May currently holds the only seat in the House of Commons for the Green Party with her win in Saanich-Gulf...

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  • By:Rebecca Soares   For Health and Wellness week Conestoga College brought together a variety of different vendors for students to learn healthy habits  

    Health and Wellness Expo

    By:Rebecca Soares   For Health and Wellness week Conestoga College brought together a variety of different vendors for students to learn healthy habits  

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