While COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the region, some Kitchener residents have started their Christmas shopping nearly five months early in the event of mall shutdowns.
According to Leger and Association for Canadian Studies, 52 per cent of Canadians will not let their children trick-or-treat amid the COVID-19 pandemic and think governments should step in and cancel Halloween this year.
While his father is sick back in Colombia, Cambridge resident Guillermo Wilches longs to travel home to take care of his parents.
Jennifer Pinder, a developmental education support teacher for the Waterloo Region District school board, says the higher emphasis on added protocols can be challenging for kids with neurological and developmental disabilities.
This in-depth look at the world of rap includes the good, the bad and the ugly.
This podcast consisting of three episodes features two Kitchener residents who talk about their mental health issues stemming from childhold incidents and looks at the prevalance of the condition.
The motive was to bring attention to issues and barriers that women still face.
Lady Glaze Doughnuts works to be as zero waste as possible, which means finding every part of the doughnut a purpose.
“I see the ladies in the jail more than my own friends,” said Kate Crozier, director of programs at Community Justice Initiative in Kitchener.
Dozens of people attended the celebration on March 1 at Waterloo Region Museum where people could enjoy beautiful displays of Bulgarian culture.
Several hundred people attended the event, involving traditional crafts and food.
The Venue was filled with more than 250 attendees, and only five or six security guards.
Wine has been a staple for celebrations and a fixer of bad Mondays. Now you know where the best wineries are in the Kitchener area.
General Manager Mike McKenzie decided the team needed a change and took matters into his own hands as he decided to step in as Head Coach.