Explore Ontario’s foster system through the experiences of Angela Fireman, who was taken into the system from her grandpa’s home in Attawapiskat when she was just six years old.
Author: Darick Charbonneau
For many students at King Edward Public School, meetings with their mentors from an adjacent high school are twice-weekly highlights.
The Kitchener event was organized by Conestoga PR students Marissa Ramdeo, Laura Briston, Samantha Tufts and Kaitlyn Phanpha.
The presentations to a panel of judges were the culmination of a six-part workshop series, called Countdown 101.
Displays, dance, inspirational messages and a panel discussion created a memorable experience at Conestoga’s Doon campus.
Looking to escape an Ontario winter with the authentic tastes of Italy? Try Kitchener’s La Cucina, says reviewer Darick Charbonneau.
At council’s direction, city staff are trying several pilot projects to determine what approaches are most workable. Politicians will review the issue in May.
Gathering Hearts and Minds to Restore the Land will explore the connections among Indigenous spirituality, agriculture and cuisine.
Hundreds of demonstrators, supported by nearly a dozen community organization, trekked from Uptown Waterloo to Kitchener city hall to show their solidarity with victims.
Local politicians are concerned by the province’s encroachment on municipal powers, in addition to the erosion of environmental protections.
Allie Libertini is already many things: award-winning alumna, community volunteer, two-time Special Olympics medalist. But she’s not finished yet.
Within hours, a blue spruce that had stood in front of Siegfried and Alma Janssen’s home for 33 years was moved to the front of Kitchener city hall. Here’s how city crews did it.
End-of-life decisions regarding pets can be gut-wrenching and emotionally draining. It helps to think and plan ahead, in consultation with a vet.
When construction of the Ion system began, the completion date was mid-2017. Amid cost overruns, the system now won’t start carrying passengers until next spring — at the earliest.