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Police discover drugs in KW homes, four men arrested  Police say they found two kilograms of what they believe is methamphetamine on Friday. Police arrested...

Students hold vigil for Hong Kong protest victims

Students at UW held a vigil on Oct. 28 at SLC Great Hall for Hong Kong protestors who have died in riots against the...

Chilly bike lanes

Waterloo’s new bike lanes should have most of their barriers completely installed by the end of the week, according to the Region of Waterloo. But...

WUSA General Meeting

The WUSA Fall 2019 General Meeting, chaired by Michael Beauchemin, President of WUSA, was held on Oct. 22. WUSA general meetings are held every Fall...

Climate strikes haven’t struck out

Students protested yet again on Friday, Oct. 25, in front of Dana Porter library as part of the Fridays for Future movement, which calls...

ION rail: Meet me in the mid (town)

This installment of our ION stop adventures will finally cross  into the “K” of “KW”. The twin cities’ bigger, grittier half, Kitchener offers an...

What do you think will be the most popular Halloween costume?

“I think with the release of the Joker (movie) a couple of weeks ago, I really believe it will be the most popular Halloween...

How this minority government might work

No political party won the majority of power in the Canadian federal election for the first time since 2008. Canadians collectively gave Justin Trudeau’s Liberals...

UWaterloo Conservative leader resigns

Allyson Hildebrandt believes she cannot fully stand behind a political party whose platform she does not completely agree with. Although she was the President of...

UW library grants fine amnesty

From Oct. 15 through Nov. 30, UW, University of Guelph, and Wilfrid Laurier  libraries will forgive certain fines as a fine amnesty. According to both...
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