Student Success Services, Conestoga Students Inc. and Student Engagement will be running tables in E Wing and near the library at the Doon campus on Jan. 30.
Author: Colin Burrowes
Spencer Wright, a former Conestoga College student, helps individuals, businesses and organizations navigate the issue of sexual identity in Grey and Bruce counties.
Matthew McCoy shares his experiences with opioid addiction and his prison sentence in Texas to help people struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues.
The annual Christmas Bird Count aims at tracking different species and developing conservation strategies.
In the days following Shelley’s passing, local and international musicians who have been inspired by the spirit of Shelley’s music talked to Spoke News about his influence.
Teenage Head is still rocking packed venues more than four decades after they started.
Tri-City Roller Derby opened their practice space for a meet and greet on Sunday, Nov. 25 to people who are curious about what goes on within their roller derby league in hope of recruiting new skaters, volunteers and fans.
Over the past five years, Shawn McIlwaine has wowed a series of coaches. Now he’s preparing for a pitch on the world stage.
When students return to college after first careers or life-changing experiences, they often overcome challenges such as technology and fear of failure by staying focused on new goals and passions.
Started in 1975 and still going strong, Hamilton’s Teenage Head remain dedicated to their past and are inspired by their future.
A trip planned around three rock concerts is far from smooth sailing, even including some white-knuckle moments.
One of southern Ontario’s hardest working and strangest musicians, Butch Haller says he’s written every song in existence.
Kitchener announced it is expanding its winter sidewalk maintenance program to include proactive bylaw inspection to help keep the community moving safely. A flyer is being mailed out to residents this week to help explain what is new.
Although their business has been affected by the rise in popularity of music streaming and downloading, traditional brick and mortar record stores continue to thrive in Southern Ontario.