She’s seen a slew of success, having racked up multiple top 10 hits while her album Ruthless earned a nomination for Best Rock Album at the Juno Awards. She’s even had a beer can designed in her honour by Collective Arts Brewing.
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For the third time in just over a year, Tristan and Kim Everett have been forced to close up shop. The husband-and-wife pair run Iron Horse Tattoo in Waterloo and are just two of many tattoo artists in the region affected by the Ontario government’s shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What an alarming majority of these statements failed to address was that these crimes weren’t just perpetrated against the Asian community – it was an attack on sex workers.
The 68-year-old graduate of the broadcasting program donated $250,019.70 to the School of Creative Industries – the largest gift the college has ever received from an alumnus.
The people who’ll ultimately get hurt most by this decision will be the individuals who post their content to these sites – both professional pornographers and amateurs alike.
On Nov. 30, the Region of Waterloo’s medical officer Hsiu-Li Wang put in an order closing all churches and schools that are part of the Old Order, Old Colony, Markham or David Martin Mennonite communities, in response to a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in these groups over the course of the month.
Between 2010 and 2014 the unfounded rate in Waterloo Region sat at 27 per cent – eight per cent higher than the national average at the time. Since then, there’s been a substantial shift in the way Waterloo Regional Police Services handles sexual assault investigations. By 2019, the number had dropped to eight per cent.
While many companies have struggled over the last nine months to cope with the challenges of adapting to business during a pandemic, Valhalla MMA charted a different path.
“I always kept in the back of my head that if something came up, I could come back to Canada and get help there,” said a 25-year-old Kitchener native now living in the U.S.
Hardeep Sidhu, a first-year global business management student, beat out thirteen other candidates to be named the board’s student representative for the 2020-21 academic year.
The Board of Governors decides on the overall goals and administration of the college. Included under their purview is approval of large financial decisions, as well as long-term strategic plans.