Conestoga recently held a virtual event dubbed Talk2WomenInTrades where millwright professional Ashley Stirbys-Boshcoff discussed her experiences.
She’s seen a slew of success, having racked up multiple top 10 hits while her album Ruthless earned a nomination for Best Rock Album at the Juno Awards. She’s even had a beer can designed in her honour by Collective Arts Brewing.
“It’s all about keeping items out of landfills and not producing new stuff that is detrimental to our environment,” said Stephanie MacNeil, a Kitchener-based fashion designer.
How has COVID-19 affected your life? That is what Brenda Reid and her project “From Behind the Mask” is asking Waterloo Region.
The Centre of Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) says that approximately one in five Canadians are currently reporting high levels of mental distress. This distress consists of moderate to severe levels of anxiety along with frequent feelings of depression.
Known for its challenging gameplay and detailed world, Dark Souls takes the player on an unforgettable journey through the broken Kingdom of Lordran.
Environmentalists are tirelessly battling the effects of fast fashion. As the $2.5 trillion industry continues to rise, the importance of achieving fashion sustainability is more prominent than ever before.
For the third time in just over a year, Tristan and Kim Everett have been forced to close up shop. The husband-and-wife pair run Iron Horse Tattoo in Waterloo and are just two of many tattoo artists in the region affected by the Ontario government’s shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) has suspended their new campaign of “diversity cruisers” amid criticism. The campaign, which was meant to educate the community on local cultures and racial heritages, instead faced a petition to cancel the program and continued calls to end racial police violence.
Bored at home during the lockdown? Why not take a garbage bag and head outside and pick up litter for a good cause.
What an alarming majority of these statements failed to address was that these crimes weren’t just perpetrated against the Asian community – it was an attack on sex workers.
The college had partnered with Innergy Corporate Yoga to provide better facilities to students and employees.
Matt Mills, the owner and GM of the Ontario Royals Organization in Oakville, Ont., admits COVID-19 has been a bigger obstacle than expected.
It’s important to do your research to understand that many negative statements that have been linked to the vaccine are simply rumours.