Participants in this year’s Polar Plunge helped raise funds for the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region.
Author: Terry Foster
The annual Polar Plunge is scheduled to take place the day before Valentine’s Day on the Doon campus. It promises to be a chilling experience.
Public health officials say the new symptoms can take as long as 30 minutes to appear, complicating the use of life-saving naloxone.
An equipment failure last Saturday has forced the college to rent pricey diesel-generators to keep the Doon campus running. And the frigid weather isn’t helping speed the repairs along.
The CSI-sponsored Welcome Back concert sold out just an hour before showtime and Cara basked in the glow of campus life, if only for a few hours.
Paul Tavares hopes to draw attention to the problem of homelessness by spending a week at a time in various Ontario cities as he moves closer to Ottawa.
The traditional German celebration of food, crafts and toys seemed to resonate most with nostalgic older adults — but it drew younger patrons too.
The annual Christmas celebration, offering many traditional arts and crafts, will run through the weekend.
There are more than 4,000 households on waiting lists to get into more affordable housing, says a Region official.
One of the problems with the Lime scooter project is that riders have been driving the little vehicles far beyond the permitted pilot area.
A scramble to replace four stolen generators and a last-minute search for missing floats — all part of preparations for what looked like an orderly welcome for jolly old St. Nick.
An executive says the company will deploy “all necessary resources to meet the milestones” related to Waterloo Region’s Ion light rail system.
The strategic shift to intelligent eyewear grows out of the belief that Focals can succeed where Google Glass failed.
Guard-Ex, a Waterloo-based startup with the backing of five of CBC’s Dragons, is developing a foolproof device for testing all human indicators related to impairment.