The Etobicoke rally was part of an effort to ensure the People’s Party of Canada has associations in every electoral district by next year’s federal election.
Longtime fantasy film buff Karina Kajishima delivers the low-down on the latest tale from the magical universe of J.K. Rowling.
With a roster evenly divided between team veterans and newcomers, the team is “starving” for redemption and a shot at the playoffs.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Shelby Donegan, Owen Gemin, Amy Gaskin, Liam Mayes, Marisa Carlota, Boyi Benjamin, Sydney Lutz and Anastasia Makarenko.
Despite an 0-7 start, players and coaches believe the young team has the drive, skill and determination to make the OCAA playoffs.
An executive says the company will deploy “all necessary resources to meet the milestones” related to Waterloo Region’s Ion light rail system.
Started in 1975 and still going strong, Hamilton’s Teenage Head remain dedicated to their past and are inspired by their future.
Since 2004 the Love of Music Marathon has brought the community together to celebrate local musicians at every skill level. Performances range from members of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony to politicians playing duets with volunteer musicians and recitals for music students.
Journalist Mehdi Hasan delivered a passionate speech for Canadians to speak out against injustice and share values of humanitarianism and compassion around the globe Saturday night at an event at Toronto’s Pearson Convention Centre.
The Allan Reuter Centre held its annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday in Cambridge.
Over a hundred people turned out to watch and compete in the National Ninja League (NNL) qualifying competition at Double Dragon Martial Arts and Fitness in Kitchener on Saturday.
The men’s volleyball Condors capped off a two-game weekend at home with a 3-0 victory over the Cambrian Golden Shield. The team did not lose a set in either game this weekend.
The Conestoga women’s volleyball team lost their third game of the season Sunday afternoon versus the Cambrian Golden Shield 3-2 at the Conestoga Student Recreation Centre.
On the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Spoke reporters covered Remembrance Day ceremonies in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo.