Some small-business owners are finding more success with the social media platform than they were with other service-for-sale sites.
Author: Kait Mullin
Opt-out provisions for students as proposed by the provincial government could have a dramatic impact on services for LGBTQ students and others, protesters say.
The I Heart Beer festival is back for a second year, boasting as many as 20 drink vendors and food from 10 local eateries.
Numbers obtained through a Freedom of Information request show there have been 153 collisions near the campus since 2015.
Friday’s march is aimed at getting the Ford government to back down on proposed changes to the grants-and-loans program on which so many students depend.
Young entrepreneur designs floral crowns to enhance a look or to help set a party theme.
Strong regional employment and a legislated increase to the provincial minimum wage seem not to have affected food bank use.
A Cambridge designer speaks out about the ethical and environmental impacts of the fashion industry.
Medical professionals and patients familiar with hospital care in Ontario are already weary of the shortage of beds.
On the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Spoke reporters covered Remembrance Day ceremonies in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo.
Unofficial results in some races were published Tuesday after a malfunction of the voting software left some vote counts up in the air.
People who are homeless long for a sense of community. Homeless camps are helping with that.
Rob Brunette believes vandals may have been responding to his proposal to create a self-sufficient homeless shelter in Cambridge.
New guidelines released by Conestoga College outline the rules regarding cannabis consumption on campus once recreational marijuana becomes legal across Canada on Wednesday.