Cait Glasson went through conversion therapy and jail. She also lost her job and couldn’t continue her academic career. This all happened because society doesn’t allow transexual people bodily autonomy.
Author: Amanda Volpato
According to a survey done by Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI) in December 2016, 60 per cent of students usually focus on relaxing and travelling on vacation, and only 21 per cent spend their break doing school work.
“Last year, our goal was 20,000 pairs, and we exceeded that with 28,481. We were confident we’d hit our 50,000 pair goal this year, and smashing it with 67,215 pairs is just mind-blowing,” an organizer of the campaign said.
The 2020-2021 Board of Directors election process started on Friday, Feb. 14, and they are filling seven directors positions.
According to a 2014 study by StudyMode, a network of online learning tools for students, almost 87 per cent of high school and college students are self-proclaimed procrastinators.
Conestoga’s new campus has opened its doors and some students feel like they “are in a very luxurious college in India.”
According to Climate Action WR, “at least 50 per cent of municipal waste is organic matter that could be composted.”
Eatery in Square One shopping centre does pasta right.
In 2010, the Waterloo Region committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the region by six per cent by 2020.
The house is super-insulated and water-wise, which has helped them cut carbon emissions by 54 per cent.
Around 100 people attended the event. Organizers’ expectations of raising $3,000 were exceeded since they ended up raising more than $5,000 in total.
Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI) hosted their Annual General Meeting at The Venue last Wednesday, and the president Scot Wyles said they are proud of the “great accomplishments” they had in 2018-2019.
The promotion of vape products will be banned in convenience stores and gas stations across Ontario, starting on Jan. 1, 2020, provincial authorities said.
With the election knocking on our doors in a couple of weeks, the youth vote has never been more important. However, are Canadians under 24 years old actually going to vote? And where are they getting their news from?