Bored at home during the lockdown? Why not take a garbage bag and head outside and pick up litter for a good cause.
Author: Samantha Smewing
It’s important to do your research to understand that many negative statements that have been linked to the vaccine are simply rumours.
“It’s been a frustrating time for small restaurant and business owners across the province,” said Donnie Beattie, the owner of Millcreek Pubs in Dufferin County.
It’s been proven that a lack of socialization can have negative effects on the brain, but the effects can be worse for those struggling with memory loss. Being forced into isolation due to COVID-19 has been extremely hard for those suffering from dementia and caretakers are noticing a fast decline in patients’ health. Following the one year anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown fast, we’re … Continued
According to Statistics Canada, as of 2019 there were over 15 million couples and 12 million single Canadians. Whether you’re in a committed relationship or living the single life, there’s a good chance that you’re still expected to buy someone a gift for Valentine’s Day.
This Christmas, it’s important to go out and buy gifts and vouchers at your local shops. Elora makes for a great day trip from Waterloo but with COVID-19 numbers on the rise, stay safe and check out some of the shops online.
Located 30-minutes from Waterloo, the town of Elora refers to the month of October as Monster Month. The downtown streets of Elora are decorated with lantern sculptures meant to look like monsters, all created by local artist Tim Muton.
Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort located in Collingwood, Ont., with a great view of the Nottawasaga Bay. It’s a two-hour drive from Waterloo but is well worth the trip for an afternoon.
Despite the addition of new beds, departments and staff members, some of Ontario’s largest hospitals were already running at near full capacity in the recent months before the COVID-19 numbers even began to rise.
New rules at pools in the Waterloo Region because of COVID-19 have altered the jobs of local lifeguards. Local recreation officials say the health and well being of staff and swimmers is their top priority.
The Ontario Hockey League announced that players will be starting training camps in early November and begin their season not long after. With new rules in place, fans will get the chance to support their local teams after eight months.
“It makes me uneasy thinking that someone who is considered high-risk is out in a city that so many students call home,” said Amy Lovelacey during a phone interview with Spoke.
Based on statistics gathered by the World Health Organization in 2019, suicide is the second leading cause of death among young adults, ages 15 to 35 in Canada.