More than one month after its demolition, the Preston Springs Hotel is once again the topic of choice at Cambridge City Council after the Architecture Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) petitioned for an independent inquiry into the building’s “demolition by neglect.”
Power to Change (P2C) is a Christian organization that helps students become closer to Jesus, organizing events like conferences, mission trips, events, meetings, retreats, and courses.
According to Statistics Canada, as of 2019 there were over 15 million couples and 12 million single Canadians. Whether you’re in a committed relationship or living the single life, there’s a good chance that you’re still expected to buy someone a gift for Valentine’s Day.
The Toronto Raptors are currently in the running to land star centre Andre Drummond before the trade deadline at the end of March. The Cleveland Cavaliers announced last week that they would not be playing him until he gets traded or bought-out by the team.
Southern Ontario residents Brooke Luburic and Josip Salopek met in McDonald’s where they both worked, soon exchanging numbers, and going from there. The two share their story on how they’re staying strong and connected while following COVID-19 guidelines.
Students in Waterloo Region are now back to in-class learning as the province brings in additional health measures to control the spread of COVID-19.
There are just a few clues that the building at 341 Marsland Drive in Waterloo was once a music venue, but in the 1990s people would come to hear legends like Public Enemy, Vanilla Ice and Ice-T.
If you’re looking for something different to binge during the pandemic, and you enjoy dark fantasy with a touch of Lovecraftian horror, then Amazon Prime’s Carnival Row might be the show for you.
According to Comprar Acciones, an interactive educational platform based in Spain, the global consumer spend on health and fitness apps grew by nearly 50 per cent in 2020. Local behavioural changes and business strategies, prove this global trend to be present in the Waterloo Region.
Many remain skeptical about whether it is safe for schools in the Waterloo Region to stay open at this time.
The region is sitting at 338 active cases, 222 deaths and 13,101 full vaccinations as of Tuesday, Feb. 23. The situation is still unpredictable but all we can do together is to hope for the best and stay safe.
Lockdown was a great time to adopt a pet, lots of time to hang out with the little ones and get to know them a bit better. As things started opening up, they may have started acting differently while you were gone or throwing a fit when it’s time for work or school.
Teacher’s college students haven’t had it easy during the COVID-19 pandemic. With schools across the province going through different phases of lockdowns and multiple closings and reopenings, students have faced a multitude of interruptions regarding their schooling.
The 68-year-old graduate of the broadcasting program donated $250,019.70 to the School of Creative Industries – the largest gift the college has ever received from an alumnus.