As demand for services grows, the college is seeking new ways of reducing stigmas and creating a more supportive environment.
Three wildlife organizations banded together to teach the public about wildlife rehabilitation and to inspire future conservationists.
Earlier opt-out provisions announced by the province have been further complicated by the premier’s musings about student governments.
Auditions for the popular CBC-TV reality show Dragons’ Den will take place at the University of Waterloo on March 6.
Located on King Street in Uptown Waterloo, the facility’s staff focuses on client experience, rather than simply achieving results.
Looking to escape an Ontario winter with the authentic tastes of Italy? Try Kitchener’s La Cucina, says reviewer Darick Charbonneau.
Until the end of next month, Waterloo-based Flag Raiders hopes a bit of generosity now will turn into return visits later.
Some small-business owners are finding more success with the social media platform than they were with other service-for-sale sites.
Participants in this year’s Polar Plunge helped raise funds for the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region.
The local panel discussion focused on the fact that the sex trade isn’t a far-away reality. Waterloo Region is in the midst of it.
The Conestoga Condors will travel to Algonquin to compete for a spot in the OCAA championship tournament at Humber College.
Their new album, Amo, may mightily disappoint fans addicted to the band’s more metallic edge, writes Karina Kajishima.
Don’t let the NHL’s hype fool you — younger sports fans without the nostalgic attachment to hockey are steadily shunning ice rinks for hardwood, writes Matthew Nowell.
At council’s direction, city staff are trying several pilot projects to determine what approaches are most workable. Politicians will review the issue in May.