A Kitchener consulting firm, Overlap Associates, is conducting one-on-one interviews with staff and students during March.
As demand for services grows, the college is seeking new ways of reducing stigmas and creating a more supportive environment.
Heart-filled Handbags was a three-week initiative through which Guelph-area residents supported residents of a local shelter. An annual fundraising gala is coming up in April.
Experts say automation and new technologies are behind the renaissance of an industry that has always been part of the history of the Royal City.
Don’t feel like cleaning that outdoor barbecue? For these guys, greasy grills serve up hot profits.
As the holidays approach most people are spending a lot more time in shopping centres than usual, listening to the same 10 Christmas songs that are overplayed each season. But one song is missing from the roster this year.
Those who have adopted vegan diets say that, while their choice is not for everyone, it may be the most effective way of saving the planet.
Art Not Shame grew out of one family’s experience with grief and loss, but now touches the lives of people in at least seven Ontario communities.
The week-long event, led this year by Kimber Sider, advocates for social justice, the environment and community building.
The experience of a Fanshawe College student late last month illustrates the dangers women, on or near post-secondary campuses, face on a regular basis.
By Jaime Murdock, Spoke News Most students have received their OSAP by now and have paid tuition — in some cases that may be all that they have to worry about until the next semester begins. But for many students this is not the case. They may have rent, utility bills, child-care expenses, pet expenses, phone bills, transportation fees and groceries to pay for. These are just a few things … Continued
By Jaime Murdock, Spoke News A lot of returning students are beginning to feel the pressures of school — some with no real way to cope with them. Last year Conestoga College, along with other colleges across the province, dealt with the faculty strike, which set many people back. Some students removed themselves from their programs and received refunds, while other students went through a condensed school year. For those … Continued