College president John Tibbits believes Conestoga students should pay the same as university students for GRT universal transit passes. In 2016, however, the student association offered to pay more, records show.
Researchers found that people who sleep more than the recommended seven or eight hours a night may also become cognitively impaired.
As Fire Prevention Week concludes, experts say it’s especially important for students and other first-time renters to know their rights — and what they should expect from their landlords.
Waterloo Regional Police Service has trained 304 officers in standardized field sobriety testing, with another 14 trained to recognize impairment.
Chartwells chefs and kitchen staff are scrambling to cater to a growing array of expectations by college diners.
Pfizer Canada says that, in rare instances, the carrier tubes for the devices may have been improperly assembled. As a result, the EpiPen might get stuck inside.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Joe Butterworth, Kandice Viveen, Liam Dowling, Harsimran Kaur and Mohamed Ali.
Udo Haan was connected to his first court hearing by telephone on Oct. 12.
Within two weeks, the vaccine against this winter’s influenza strains will arrive — and injections will be available on Conestoga’s Doon campus.
EDITORIAL By Ahmad Khan Maxime Bernier criticizes “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism” but is he turning hate into a political belief? Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, stirred up a storm of controversy when he criticized Justin Trudeau of “extreme multiculturalism.” On Aug. 13 an article appeared on CBC that published a series of tweets from Bernier …. “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism and cult of diversity will divide us into … Continued
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman There are many avenues into the future that could possibly lead to a calamitous destruction of our society. Climate change, natural disaster, war and an uncertain geopolitical landscape all pose grave dangers, and are routinely discussed. However, there is a perilous change occurring within the fabric of society with substantially more imminent implications than climate change. Something that, unlike war or foreign dictatorship, is rarely addressed and … Continued
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman Despite our lack of claws or large canines humans have been finding ways to hunt and kill ever since we decided to stand up on two legs and walk out into the unforgiving African savanna. The consumption of large quantities of calorically dense fat and protein is likely what allowed us to grow the prestigiously large bundles of fat found in our heads, which we subsequently … Continued
EDITORIAL By Colin Burrowes When Premier Doug Ford announced in the Legislature on Tuesday, Oct. 1 his government, which he claims is “for the people,” would be eliminating all of Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, we wondered, which people is this government for? There is more to Bill 148 than a raise of minimum wage to $15 or the first two of 10 emergency leave days being … Continued
It’s time, they say, to do a reality check on romantic mainstream notions of how the holiday came to be and, instead, see the season through a different lens.