A tidy classification of the band’s music evades many listeners and even the band itself. But “gloom pop” might work.
Gathering Hearts and Minds to Restore the Land will explore the connections among Indigenous spirituality, agriculture and cuisine.
In the grip of winter’s chill, horticulturalists from the Cambridge area conjured up visions of germinating seeds and lovely gardens.
Perception, an exhibition by student artists at Eastwood Collegiate Institute commemorating Kitchener’s famed artist and environmentalist, runs until Jan. 27.
Research into e-cigarettes, though not extensive, is already ringing alarm bells. As a result, Health Canada is about to step up its public information efforts.
Although he spends a large amount of his free time at the local bar, a man from Blyth, Ont. also has a hobby – helping others.
What began as an idea for a fundraiser a year ago has become Waterloo Region Crossing — a trek aimed at assisting The Working Centre in Kitchener.
New legislation does not permit police to enter homes to demand breath samples unless an investigation is already underway, says a Waterloo Regional Police officer.
Don’t feel like cleaning that outdoor barbecue? For these guys, greasy grills serve up hot profits.
Paul Tavares hopes to draw attention to the problem of homelessness by spending a week at a time in various Ontario cities as he moves closer to Ottawa.
Better passing and a more forceful attack are the keys to picking up the Condors’ game, said head coach Wayne Harris.
Here are the latest moves from the Rocket League championship series.
COBS Bread is making inroads among Kitchener and Waterloo consumers with sweet and savoury offerings that are baked from scratch, each day of the week.
This week’s meet-up was sponsored by the college’s Aboriginal Services office.