A 14-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man from Hamilton have been charged with first-degree murder after emergency crews were called to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton following a fatal stabbing on Monday. The names of the suspects, as well as the name of the victim, haven’t yet been released to the public. Officers probed the nearby area of Dunsmure Rd. and Ivon Ave. and arrested both suspects. A … Continued
Author: Rose Vangrootel
Waterloo Region’s “mistletoe trail” offers residents a chance to get seasonably flirty.
Actors and production crew for the TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s A Handmaid’s Tale could be seen on the march through historic Galt this week.
Paisley, a seven-year-old pomchi from the Cambridge area, was scooped up by a hawk and later found many kilometres from home, slightly sore but otherwise OK.
Researchers found that people who sleep more than the recommended seven or eight hours a night may also become cognitively impaired.
OPINION By Rose Vangrootel Body shaming has become a well-used term in social media and in news stories even though bullying and making fun of the shapes and bodies of others has happened since the beginning of mockery. However, the term bottle shaming has become well used as well. Bottle shaming has nothing to do with alcohol. Rather, mothers across the world are being criticized and left feeling inadequate because … Continued
Holiday feasts don’t have to be elaborate, expensive affairs. Some simple ingredients and a few basic items, lovingly prepared, are enough to remind us to be grateful.
Waterloo Region will kick off Oktoberfest at Kitchener city hall today, but there’s much more to do this Thanksgiving Day weekend than nibble on schnitzel and sip cold beer. Here’s a rundown of some of the events on tap.