The Ontario Hockey League announced that players will be starting training camps in early November and begin their season not long after. With new rules in place, fans will get the chance to support their local teams after eight months.
“About one in 20 households access food assistance in Waterloo Region,” said Katherine MacDuff, network programs and planning managers at The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
The Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society has been working hard to make sure that every pet gets a forever place to stay, even during the pandemic. But it is not as simple as just keeping animals until they find their safe space.
With businesses continuing to reopen Amazon plans to employ hundreds of Ontarians in Waterloo Region.
Some of Ontario’s college and university students feel that they are being cheated out of resources available previously without being reimbursed.
While his father is sick back in Colombia, Cambridge resident Guillermo Wilches longs to travel home to take care of his parents.
Hardeep Sidhu, a first-year global business management student, beat out thirteen other candidates to be named the board’s student representative for the 2020-21 academic year.
Ontario’s education system needs emergency funding for COVID-19, argues Mike Reitmeier.
“Banned Books Week is a great way for all libraries to show some of the important work we do to facilitate access to diverse resources for the communities we service,” said a spokesperson for the Hamilton Public Library.
Kitchener-Waterloo Musical Productions (KWMP) is putting its shows on hold this theatre season, due to COVID-19. Brenden Sherratt, the president of KWMP, shared some information about how the company is handling this year.
With the second wave of COVID-19 underway, the Conestoga Condors men’s basketball team are staying ready for a potential shortened OCAA season.
Masks are going to be added to Halloween costumes this year and COVID-19 precautions are on the table along with your favourite snacks.
Shoppers Drug Mart is currently the only pharmacy chain that will be offering COVID-19 testing in the Waterloo Region.
Many activists feel as though their voices are being silenced just as they were decades ago, with no progress being made.