Student Success Services, Conestoga Students Inc. and Student Engagement will be running tables in E Wing and near the library at the Doon campus on Jan. 30.
If passed, the legislation would remove some protections for waterways and green spaces, while also eliminating the office of Ontario’s environmental commissioner.
Although he spends a large amount of his free time at the local bar, a man from Blyth, Ont. also has a hobby – helping others.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in peaceful support of the Wet’suwet’en land protectors in Northern British Columbia following actions by police on Jan. 7.
“We don’t think our students should pay one dime more than university students.” — Conestoga College president John Tibbits
Waterloo Region’s “mistletoe trail” offers residents a chance to get seasonably flirty.
A workshop at Shade’s Mills park gave participants a chance to help local wildlife endure the harsh conditions of the season.
Chrystia Freeland said knowing that they’ll have to face the tough questions of journalists keeps government officials accountable.
Allie Libertini is already many things: award-winning alumna, community volunteer, two-time Special Olympics medalist. But she’s not finished yet.
A recent meeting included a talk about the option of using medical marijuana to deal with the stubborn disease.
The Guelph Humane Society takes in about five feral cats a month — a tiny fraction of the 10,000 or so unowned cats in the city.
Matthew McCoy shares his experiences with opioid addiction and his prison sentence in Texas to help people struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues.
As the holidays approach most people are spending a lot more time in shopping centres than usual, listening to the same 10 Christmas songs that are overplayed each season. But one song is missing from the roster this year.
The annual Christmas Bird Count aims at tracking different species and developing conservation strategies.