A 20-year-old Kitchener man has been charged in connection with a spate of robberies targeting food delivery drivers this year.
Author: Holly Juurlink
Based on the book by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle, Let It Snow is one of Netflix’ newest original releases in the romantic comedy genre.
Guelph Police are looking for a male suspect believed to be involved in a bank robbery Monday afternoon. According to police, the robbery took place at a local bank on Kortright Road West in Guelph. A male suspect entered the bank and left with a quantity of cash on a motorcycle in an unknown direction. Police say “no weapons were presented and no one was injured.” It is believed that … Continued
By giving just a pint of blood you will be entered into a raffle to win Blue Jays tickets!
Stretch your and your pets’ legs at this year’s Poochie Power Walk, and raise money for a good cause at the same time.
Head to the Art Attic Silent Auction tomorrow through Saturday to bid on artwork for your home or office.
It is tough to “be different.” This podcast features people who are LGBTQ+ who tell their stories and includes a call to action.
The chance to skip some food prep and cleanup provided stressed-out students an opportunity to focus on their studying.
The spaces are reserved for religious practice, including prayer, and should not be confused with rooms designated for relaxation or socializing.
Since 2013, the installation of CO detectors in Ontario residences has been the law in hopes of preventing deaths from the invisible, odourless gas.
Depression is a common and serious medical illness that everyone should not only be aware of, but on the lookout for in case it affects loved ones.
With 35 different clubs around Conestoga’s various campuses, there seems to be no shortage of extracurricular options.
The annual showcase is an opportunity for prospective students and their parents to meet representatives of a number of Ontario colleges, including Conestoga.
By Holly Juurlink, Spoke News The 26th edition of the annual P4E Career Fair at RIM Park in Waterloo on Sept. 26 had both students and vendors proclaiming it another success.. Hannah Ou, a business administration and mathematics major from Wilfrid Laurier University, thought the event was useful in learning about potential job prospects. “There are a lot of employers at this event and I wanted to get my ‘foot … Continued