Commonly listed under career requirements for kitchen work is the ability to communicate and work well in a team. However, since the early 2000s, a third trait has entered the spotlight as a prized attribute in the industry: hotheadedness. The earliest television celebrity chefs: James Beard, Joyce Chen, and Julia Child, were pragmatic guides to the culinary arts. While stern, these early celebrity chefs were far from today’s popular image … Continued
Green Party leader Elizabeth May touted her party’s data privacy platform Tuesday morning at the University of Waterloo. “It’s shocking that we have such inadequate laws governing how our own political parties handle citizens’ personal data,” May said in a press release. “It’s time to tighten our privacy laws.” The Greens promise to mandate personal data stewardship for federal parties, drastically reduce cyber surveillance and empower the national Privacy Commissioner. … Continued
With the soon-coming release of the iPhone 11, many Apple fanatics have their own opinions on the new phone. Fans gave their thoughts on the new iPhone and what they want to see in future iPhones to come.
Guelph Police are looking for a male suspect believed to be involved in a bank robbery Monday afternoon. According to police, the robbery took place at a local bank on Kortright Road West in Guelph. A male suspect entered the bank and left with a quantity of cash on a motorcycle in an unknown direction. Police say “no weapons were presented and no one was injured.” It is believed that … Continued
With the federal election looming, local Green Party candidates Stephanie Goertz and Kirsten Wright came under fire last week, after a Facebook invitation was sent out to attend workshops, including “Traditional First Nations Pouch Making with the Green Party.” An apology was sent to followers of the post by Wright on behalf of the two candidates. “Someone helping with Stephanie’s social media put up posts about events Christine was running … Continued
As Conestoga College accepts a record number of new international students, upper-year international students play an important role in making them feel welcome.
Plan includes on-campus polling stations, pledge drive
The first day back to school is always memorable: pre-planning your outfit, getting your books and pencils ready – and planning the best route to avoid that infamous early morning traffic at Conestoga College. First-year public health student Damaris Middleton said she didn’t mind the traffic: “As long as I get a spot.” Middleton comes from Manitoulin Island, a six hour drive plus a ferry ride away from Conestoga, and … Continued
Funding cuts to student loans from the Ontario government are being felt across the province and students at Conestoga College are no exception. Some Conestoga College students are trying to balance life with less funding following changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) made earlier this year by Premier Doug Ford’s Conservative government. Patrick Clancy is in his second year at Conestoga College and is finding some stark differences in his time … Continued
By giving just a pint of blood you will be entered into a raffle to win Blue Jays tickets!
Stretch your and your pets’ legs at this year’s Poochie Power Walk, and raise money for a good cause at the same time.
Head to the Art Attic Silent Auction tomorrow through Saturday to bid on artwork for your home or office.
Listen to Immigrant and refugee women who have taken their personal narratives and woven them into a quilt of stories.
Go back in time at the Doon Heritage Village.