The traditional German celebration of food, crafts and toys seemed to resonate most with nostalgic older adults — but it drew younger patrons too.
The campaign for The Food Bank of Waterloo Region will run until the end of the month.
While the castle’s main floors offer a glimpse into Christmases past, visitors shouldn’t miss a special exhibit in the attic.
Art Not Shame grew out of one family’s experience with grief and loss, but now touches the lives of people in at least seven Ontario communities.
The Liberal Studies instructor says he won’t miss the marking. But the students? That’s an entirely different story.
Over the past five years, Shawn McIlwaine has wowed a series of coaches. Now he’s preparing for a pitch on the world stage.
For Conestoga’s Condors, being a student and an athlete at the same time is a time-management challenge. But it also brings its share of rewards, team members say.
The Cornerstone Community Church hosted the Hope for Haiti Craft, Vendor and Bake sale on Saturday in Cambridge.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Shelby Donegan, Owen Gemin, Amy Gaskin, Liam Mayes, Marisa Carlota, Boyi Benjamin, Sydney Lutz and Anastasia Makarenko.
While new research holds promise for a genetic fix in some patients, the kitchen table and snack cupboard remain key determinants of weight gain.
With the beginning of November, Spoke News took another step and started to visit other Conestoga College campuses. Featured this week: Jack Taylor, Monica Kopec, Ben Green, Joshua Salama-Frakes, Eric Ruxton, Cameron Bacvar and Alexander Ince.
Year-round residential living community John Bayus Park hosted its annual Christmas in the Park Bazar and Food Fair event in Cambridge on Saturday.
Crazy costumes. Ghost stories. Tales from the world of the paranormal. Heroes, villains and everyone in between. It’s all in this special edition of Fashion ICONdors — live (or perhaps dead) from Conestoga College.
The Immanuel City Church hosted a presentation on human trafficking in Cambridge on Oct. 21 with members from Beacon of Hope, an organization committed to raising awareness and helping victims of sex trafficking in the Waterloo region.