The Region of Waterloo is right in pleading with residents to rethink their use of so much salt, writes Jeff Halcrow.
Teenage Head is still rocking packed venues more than four decades after they started.
According to Statistics Canada, while the number of jobs in northern and southwestern Ontario have both shrunk by about 20,000 in the last decade, growth in the GTA has been steady during that same time. While provincial reports may reflect developments and improvements in Ontario, this is far from the whole story.
The presence of a student-run bar at Conestoga’s Doon campus can be a temptation for some. But the secret to success is a delicate harmony between studying and partying, writes Karina Kajishima.
Spoke News reporter Darick Charbonneau says he’s tired of thinking about what he is about to say, before he says it, in order to not offend anyone.
Getting great marks is only part of the formula for student success after college. Increasingly, employers are looking at job candidates’ volunteer experience, writes Elnaz Akbari.
As we modernize public transit in Waterloo Region, let’s not get complacent about the need for keep riders safe, writes Jeff Halcrow.
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman There are many avenues into the future that could possibly lead to a calamitous destruction of our society. Climate change, natural disaster, war and an uncertain geopolitical landscape all pose grave dangers, and are routinely discussed. However, there is a perilous change occurring within the fabric of society with substantially more imminent implications than climate change. Something that, unlike war or foreign dictatorship, is rarely addressed and … Continued
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman Despite our lack of claws or large canines humans have been finding ways to hunt and kill ever since we decided to stand up on two legs and walk out into the unforgiving African savanna. The consumption of large quantities of calorically dense fat and protein is likely what allowed us to grow the prestigiously large bundles of fat found in our heads, which we subsequently … Continued
OPINION By Rose Vangrootel Body shaming has become a well-used term in social media and in news stories even though bullying and making fun of the shapes and bodies of others has happened since the beginning of mockery. However, the term bottle shaming has become well used as well. Bottle shaming has nothing to do with alcohol. Rather, mothers across the world are being criticized and left feeling inadequate because … Continued