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Back to work: the end of the Canada Post strike

By Matthew Jin Kang After five weeks of rotating strikes by Canada Post’s postal workers, the senate has passed back-to-work legislation putting an end...

Consequences of carbon on value of stocks

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Mingyu Fang, PhD Candidate in UW’s Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, recently provided evidence that if companies don’t comply with...

Imprint raising money for breast cancer awareness

by Charlotte Hings Healthy Cravings Canada and Canadian Breast Cancer Network (CBCN) have created a healthy snack industry aimed at generating charitable awareness for breast...

Cannabis youth prevention strategy should target mental wellbeing

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Alexandra Butler, graduate student in the UW School of Public Health and Health Systems, recommends mental health and wellbeing as a target...

Ending gender-based violence

by Staff Report One in four women experience sexual assault at some point in their lives and even more expereince violence and abuse in relationships The...

ION light rail open house shows off the new wave of transportation in KW

by Charlotte Hings Jesse Free, now a Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) lead operator, has lived in Kitchener for the past 20 years. He had...

Police Briefs, November 28

Waterloo Regional Police are looking for a man who attempted to sexually assault a female after she fought him off. A 34-year-old woman was walking...

Arrests in death of Cambridge man

Waterloo Regional Police have arrested two men for the murder of 24-year-old Bradley Pogue on Nov. 19. Police responded to reports of a shooting near...

Goodbye Lime

by Vi Shah Have you recently opened up your Lime scooter app to not find a single one on site? Unfortunately, it turns out that the...

Suburbanites lean right for comfort

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon The sprawling hills of suburbia, the boy next door, the friendly neighbours waving hello on sunny mornings - were all planned, and...
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