Menu prices are going up and little can be done by restaurants to combat the increases. Cambridge restaurant owner, Jason York, said times have been tough as they’ve been hit hard by rising costs.
“If there is something tangible we can do, I love finding solutions to things, and coming together, and mobilizing to address things,” said Kate Nixon.
The Condors overcame an 11 point deficit at half to beat St. Clair in overtime. Terell Lloyd and Ladera Ujullu-Obang combined for 83 points on the night.
With the annual inflation rate hitting 6.9 per cent in October, many Canadians are struggling to keep up. Buying a new car is now a luxury for many consumers.
The esports hub at the Waterloo campus is now fully up and running and open for general drop-in play. Spoke Online reporter Russel Evans takes you inside the brand new facility.
“I opened my small antique business in 2019, and all our transactions were done online. Within five months of opening the company, my website was hacked, and I suffered a huge loss,” one small business owner said.
The Conestoga Condors team fell just short to the Niagara Knights on Nov. 16, 2022 from a last second buzzer beater. Final score 87-85.
Feeling emotionally available as the new year comes closer? Ants From Up There, the second studio album by British rock band Black Country, New Roads, deserves to be the newest thing to make you cry.
Rainbow Diversity Institute (RDI) provides “tools to start chipping away at the problem” of inequity, said founder and CEO Malissa Bryan. RDI is a consultancy of leaders in equity, diversity and inclusion who support universities, community groups, healthcare facilities, nonprofits and corporations.
Throughout Waterloo Region on thousands came together to pay respects to active and fallen Canadian military veterans for Remembrance Day. While there was some light rain, that wasn’t going to keep people from coming out to honour our brave veterans.
With the incumbent Jeff Henry choosing not to run for re-election, Ward 6 in Waterloo was wide open for someone new to step in and make their mark. The election was a close race between Matthew Schwarze and Mary Lou Roe separated by only 97 votes.
From Nov. 4 to 26, the Guelph Film Festival presents local and international films in-person and online about social justice and environmental activism. Story by Robin George
Backlogs and delays at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have caused thousands of Conestoga College’s international students to defer their September start dates, according to the Manager of International Admissions, Robert Huang.
The newest wave of COVID-19 is leading to growing numbers of infections as well as conversations about the morality of mandates. Mandates are a tool that help protect people most vulnerable to COVID-19, but some community leaders agree that they do lead to discrimination against unvaccinated people. Robin George reports.