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.
Author: Clara Montgomery
A workshop at Shade’s Mills park gave participants a chance to help local wildlife endure the harsh conditions of the season.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Mac Kemp, Emma Radun, Dylan Clugston, Grace Angelina Van Loenen, Dylan Guillemette, Miranda Smyth, Joyal George and Dan Pampano.
Storm Hunters Jaclyn Whittal and Mark Robinson say their pursuit of tornados, hurricanes, blizzards and other extreme events in nature provides an unmatched adrenaline rush.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) impacts a handful of Canadians — but it can especially affect students from countries where sunlight is plentiful.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Shelby Donegan, Owen Gemin, Amy Gaskin, Liam Mayes, Marisa Carlota, Boyi Benjamin, Sydney Lutz and Anastasia Makarenko.
Crazy costumes. Ghost stories. Tales from the world of the paranormal. Heroes, villains and everyone in between. It’s all in this special edition of Fashion ICONdors — live (or perhaps dead) from Conestoga College.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Joe Butterworth, Kandice Viveen, Liam Dowling, Harsimran Kaur and Mohamed Ali.
It’s time, they say, to do a reality check on romantic mainstream notions of how the holiday came to be and, instead, see the season through a different lens.
An estimated 30,000 people enjoyed Wellesley’s 43rd annual Apple Butter and Cheese Festival on Sunday.
By Clara Montgomery, Spoke News Again this year, Indigenous communities welcomed non-Indigenous people to wear orange on Sept. 30. Orange Shirt Day falls annually on this day and commemorates what happened to Indigenous students at residential schools. “The legacy that residential schools left is pretty big. There’s intergenerational trauma,” said Raven Morand, a Conestoga College student who is Ojibwa. “You’ll have generations of people’s kids and their grandkids suffering because … Continued
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Erika Nageleisen, Destiny Hodgins, Kadin Stettner, Cassidy Borges, Emerson McIsaac, Jim Csehi and Joschka Sawatzky.
By Clara Montgomery, Spoke News Reducing waste production and living a lifestyle that produces minimal waste are becoming more and more popular among people and corporations. Environmental issues, such the growth of the great Pacific garbage patch, have grabbed the attention of a few mainstream companies — and more of them are beginning to advocate for waste reduction. Starbucks, for example, began offering straw-free lids this year. Bulk Barn has … Continued
By Clara Montgomery, Spoke News Another school year is upon us and to celebrate the arrival of students new and old, Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI) is holding a second-in-a-row Welcome Back Concert at the Rec Centre tonight. Headlining it this year are the indie rock genre’s Tokyo Police Club and Hollerado. All proceeds from this year’s show will go towards the CSI food bank. “An event like this is a great … Continued