The alt-right movements of today have their roots in notions of cultural and religious superiority going back to the Crusades, writes Ahmad Khan.
Author: Ahmad Khan
Canadians think immigrants have it easy, getting lots of handouts from the government, but nothing could be further from the truth.
The province’s Bill 21 is about more than symbols. It is about any cultural or religious outlook at odds with the majority, writes Ahmed Khan.
By the end of this extended grudge match, moviegoers may have some grudges of their own, writes Spoke reviewer Ahmad Khan.
The yearly event featured coins, memorabilia and other collectibles, treasured by those with a fascination with relics from the past.
Despite growing tensions between two nuclear powers, ordinary Pakistanis are taking the current crisis in stride, reports Spoke journalist Ahmad Khan.
A book display on Groundhog Day: What better way to while the bleak mid-winter away.
Some residents were interested in learning more about the total municipal tax hike for 2019, rather than only the Cambridge portion.
Post-secondary students from across the province marched to Queen’s Park to push back against reduced funding for OSAP and student associations.
An audit by Conestoga students in Kitchener and Brantford will aim at finding ways to improve the rate of recycling within the college community.
In the grip of winter’s chill, horticulturalists from the Cambridge area conjured up visions of germinating seeds and lovely gardens.
This week’s meet-up was sponsored by the college’s Aboriginal Services office.
Ivey’s restaurant in downtown Galt provides a taste of the Caribbean in Cambridge, but some of the challenges it faces are startling.
Conestoga College hosted its annual Fall Open House on Saturday.