As they enter a tough job market, many graduating post-secondary students won’t qualify for financial assistance.
Author: Patrick Spencer
While out-of-work artists wait for financial assistance from the government to arrive, community arts leaders raise money for an emergency fund to help with immediate needs.
Tasha-Leigh Gauthier, a 26-year-old PhD candidate, is one of several Canadians that are part of a research group now quarantined in a hotel in Cusco, Peru.
McMullan’s Pub on Highland Road donated about $1,000 worth of food to nurses, hospitals, grocery workers and others on Thursday.
“Whatever happens, we will figure out a way to supply stores,” says Jenn Pfenning, whose family runs one of the largest organic vegetable farms in Ontario.
A new study suggests the sky-rocketing number of communications satellites in orbit could interfere with astronomical observations.
“If you don’t know them don’t judge them,” 19-year-old Leah Denbok told her audience.
A major switch in how Ontario’s 45 publicly-assisted colleges and universities are funded could have negative consequences, writes Patrick Spencer.
Under Ontario law, by next year many websites will need to meet certain accessibility guidelines or face steep fines. A workshop at Zeitspace, a local software design company, showed people how to do that — and get as many people as possible to visit your website.
Waterloo region’s transit manager says a portion of the $300 pass will be reimbursed, after a transit strike disrupted bus service at the beginning of the semester.
“You’re pretty much guaranteed work,” said one the 27 employers who showed up to a PSW career fair.
The $4-million upgrade is part of an effort to modernize all of Canada’s weather radars by 2023.
Talks for a universal transit pass have started once again, almost a year after the provincial government cancelled the student-approved program.
Service for the 24/7 SpotRx kiosks on the Doon and Cambridge campuses will end on Nov. 26,