Arts & LIfe

Kitchener-Waterloo’s First Zero Waste Grocery Store

by Micaela Yawney Within just a few months, Kitchener-Waterloo’s first zero waste grocery store will be open for business. Zero Waste Bulk is a local company...

Aboriginal Art as Bridge to Equality Lee Maracle and Bill Coleman discuss healing

By Harleen Kaur Dhillon & Khang Nguyen “We have to make them more like us” Lee Maracle’s grandfather had said to her. Canadians are more...

Bingeman’s annual ScreamPark returns

by Kundai Mariga October has begun and people everywhere are getting ready for one of the best nights of the year. If you love anything...

Kitchener Metalfest: Metal with heart

by Ben Paul Kitchener Metalfest returned this past weekend with a jam-packed night of local heavy metal maestros in support of the Grand River Hospital....

Review: Donbass and The Third Wife

by Khang Nguyen On the last of the ten days celebrating cinema at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), I was lucky enough to attend...

Let’s talk about trash: Fashion as a call to action

by Micaela Yawney Project Trashion will present its first event: THE UNION. This is an eco-fashion exhibition and trade show designed to to display issues...

Where art and nature intertwines

by Faith Rahman If you’re Canadian, chances are you’re familiar with Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven. They are some of the most renown...

Poutine: a uniquely Canadian dish

by Vishal Lilman Who got their salty fries in my savoury gravy and cheese curd dish? This is a question that most likely wasn’t asked before...

There’s more to UW than just geese

by Andrew Rutland A great blue heron wades cautiously through shallow waters as tall reeds and cattails sway softly in the breeze. On shore nearby,...

SHAD-ering boundaries

by Sarah Givlin SHAD’s program is leading young, bright minds to discover the ideas of the future. SHAD is an award winning Canadian enrichment program for...
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