Spectrum, on display now at TheMuseum in Kitchener, invites visitors to immerse themselves in the world of colours.
Police, paramedic and court costs keep spiralling upward, as a task force searches for ways tame the wild Waterloo parties.
Unemployment and underemployment and common for Muslim women, as bias and discrimination remain major hurdles.
Basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, dodgeball and ball hockey are among the sports that relieve academic pressures and create community.
Experts at the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society say there are a number of ways to keep ticks off pets. The first is being vigilant.
Players across Ontario know Wesley Lau for his hits, kills and points. Among his Condor teammates, he’s also a respected and modest leader.
Part of a new study by the University of Guelph and UBC, the program emphasizes the positive aspects of outdoor exercise.
The artificial tropical paradise in Cambridge is a lush, warm alternative for those who find a more southerly escape too pricey.
The celebration helps interpret the past, present and future of Indigenous peoples at a time when reconciliation remains a work in progress.
Auditions for the popular CBC-TV reality show Dragons’ Den will take place at the University of Waterloo on March 6.
At council’s direction, city staff are trying several pilot projects to determine what approaches are most workable. Politicians will review the issue in May.
The minute-long ‘Democracy Dies in Darkness’ spot underlined the importance of journalism in helping citizens make informed, fact-based decisions.
Opt-out provisions for students as proposed by the provincial government could have a dramatic impact on services for LGBTQ students and others, protesters say.
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.