November 16, 2018

Kitchener spends $25,000 to reprint ballots

EDITORIAL By Kaitlyn Mullin/ Spoke News A discrepancy between the City of Kitchener and a candidate in the upcoming 2018 municipal election has sparked controversy over the use of tax dollars. The city will spend $20,000 to $25,000 to reprint 19,500 ballots after one candidate’s middle name wasn’t included. Regan Sunshine Brussé, running for Ward 2 in the Oct. 22 election, had asked the city clerk to include all three … Continued

2018 Grammys stirs up controversy

By VERONICA REINER The 60th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on Jan. 28 at the Madison Square Gardens in New York. This year was different as it commemorated the Time’s Up and #MeToo movement, with stars wearing white roses to show solidarity and empowerment. However, this year caused controversy as there was a noticeable lack of female winners at an event that celebrated equality. The event did celebrate the … Continued