Ivey’s restaurant in downtown Galt provides a taste of the Caribbean in Cambridge, but some of the challenges it faces are startling.
Author: Ahmad Khan
Conestoga College hosted its annual Fall Open House on Saturday.
The Cornerstone Community Church hosted the Hope for Haiti Craft, Vendor and Bake sale on Saturday in Cambridge.
A 24-year-old male was fatally shot Monday night in what police believed was a targeted incident at a plaza in Cambridge.
The Allan Reuter Centre held its annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday in Cambridge.
Year-round residential living community John Bayus Park hosted its annual Christmas in the Park Bazar and Food Fair event in Cambridge on Saturday.
The Immanuel City Church hosted a presentation on human trafficking in Cambridge on Oct. 21 with members from Beacon of Hope, an organization committed to raising awareness and helping victims of sex trafficking in the Waterloo region.
The University of Waterloo hosted its seventh TEDxUW event on Oct. 13. The event, titled “Making Waves,” was attended by over 400 people and provided delegates the opportunity to listen to trendsetters in their respected fields.
EDITORIAL By Ahmad Khan Maxime Bernier criticizes “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism” but is he turning hate into a political belief? Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, stirred up a storm of controversy when he criticized Justin Trudeau of “extreme multiculturalism.” On Aug. 13 an article appeared on CBC that published a series of tweets from Bernier …. “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism and cult of diversity will divide us into … Continued
Immanuel City Church’s second autumn event featured fun activities for kids, but also information about serious topics, such as human trafficking, for adults.
The City of Cambridge held its first ever Potters’ Market just outside the picturesque Cambridge City Hall in downtown Galt on Saturday.
EDITORIAL By Ahmad Khan Repugnant and unfettered speech at education institutions might very well end up defeating the purpose of free speech. Free speech is one of the pillars of a democratic, liberal society. Its stated aim is to be able to talk up to power, hold rulers to account and to foster an environment where people are able to express their ideas and opinions fully without fear of persecution from … Continued
By Ahmad Khan, Spoke News The Fashion History Museum is showing the 101 Tales of Fashion exhibition in Cambridge, Ont., which will continue till Dec. 23. The exhibition is a great opportunity for both fashion lovers and students alike to experience the many different dresses and designs from different time periods on display under one roof. The museum has more than 12,000 objects in its collection. It also has a … Continued
By Ahmad Khan, Spoke News Conestoga College let the public get a first glimpse of its new research and innovation hub in Cambridge, Ont., during Doors Open Waterloo Region on Sept. 15. The new institute is located in the Gaslight District, steps away from the Grand River and in close proximity to the newly opened pedestrian bridge in Cambridge. The name itself — Conestoga@TheFoundry — is a combination of the … Continued