Tim Hortons teams up with The Food Bank of Waterloo Region for the first ever Holiday Smile Cookies fundraiser campaign. Helping food insecurity within the region and 50 per cent of proceeds from the sold cookies at participating Tim Hortons restaurants throughout the Region will be received by the food bank.
Author: Georgia York
As the regular season for men’s varsity rugby comes to an end, Conestoga Condor’s face Humber Hawks. The teams battled hard against one another, and the game was exciting till the very last whistle. The Hawks came out on top winning their final game before the playoffs 24-20.
Frankenstein A New Musical by Mavis Productions is coming to Kitchener for the Halloween season. The infamous Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel with a twist of tragic love and human exploration. Their tour starts at the Registry Theatre and moves on to Fergus at the Fergus Grand Theatre.
Shirts specially designed by Jay Soule were sold at several Conestoga campuses for $25. The fundraiser partners up with Truth and Reconciliation week to spread awareness and knowledge about the tragedies that Indigenous Peoples have faces for hundreds of years.
Tech companies such as Meta and Google continue to disagree with newly passed law, Bill C-18. Online users have been voicing concerns over this controversial change.
St. Mary’s General Hospital in Kitchener is taking action against possible upcoming disease outbreaks. To be ready for the next pandemic, the hospital has launched a series of initiatives such as precautionary isolations, routine testing, surprise inspections, and more.
With the annual inflation rate hitting 6.9 per cent in October, many Canadians are struggling to keep up. Buying a new car is now a luxury for many consumers.