Amazon propelled the popularity of Glynn Stewart’s sci-fi novels.
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The Waterloo Regional Police Service’s budget is rising. Here’s what police told the region’s budget committee Dec. 11 and how councillors reacted.
Take a look inside the student-run restaurant after a $58-million campus renovation.
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Kitchener’s John Norton building commemorates a key figure from the War of 1812.
Midway is that uncommon war movie that strikes all the right notes.
Kristen Leal’s father wasn’t able to walk her down the aisle.
Having passed away the year before, he missed her big day. Yet there he is, in a picture of her first dance hanging in her kitchen.
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Pro-life. Anti-choice. What are those hard-nosed churchmen thinking?
I’ll tell you. If you’ll bear with me.
For a hobby in miniature, it fills a big hall.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, the nightmare of state control of the internet in regimes like China’s may be closer to an end.
Sweet tooths assembled at the For the Love of Butter Tarts Festival held at Bingemans in Kitchener Sunday, Oct. 20.
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Bardish Chagger, the Liberal MP for Waterloo, Mike Morrice, the Green candidate for Kitchener Centre, and Lori Campbell, the NDP candidate for Waterloo, sat down in front of a full sanctuary to state their cases and answer audience questions at the Shaping a Just Canada town hall.
Uptown Waterloo became a twilit kaleidoscope Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 as crowds gathered for the second annual Lumen light festival. Lumen celebrates Waterloo’s artistic and technological culture, said organizer Sonya Poweska, a culture program specialist at the City of Waterloo. The event, held between 6 p.m. and 11 Saturday night, sprawled across four zones in uptown Waterloo within easy walking distance of each other. Waterloo Public Square hosted an alternative … Continued