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Bike lanes and amenity space to become part of Uptown

Soon, the multi-year construction project in the core of Uptown Waterloo will be complete. The last phase of construction of this streetscape improvement project will...

Former Prime Minister trusted his gut

Former Prime Minister of Canada (1979-80), the Honourable Charles Joseph Clark, visited UW on May 22 to express his concerns about relying on polling...

Reviewing strides in student mental health

May was Mental Health Month and the University of Waterloo has invested time and effort to run special events, and programming promoting awareness to...

What you need to know for June 7th The basics of every party in...

Younger voters may feel frusterated that their vote won’t make a difference in the upcoming Ontario provincial elections. While this feelingof frusteration is fair,...

University students a target for human traffickers

Human trafficking in Ontario cities looks more like an intimate relationship than many believe. Nicky Carswell, an anti-human trafficking support worker with the Sexual Assault...

UW to host Sustainable Development Solutions Network for Canada

The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have a renewed importance at the University of Waterloo. Jeffrey Sachs, Professor at Columbia University, author,...

Feasibility study announced on extending GO

The Region of Waterloo, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO), and the City of Cambridge have announced a feasibility study on extending the GO...

Light rail transit to be a norm in KW

Transit by rail may soon become part of a student’s daily commute. Stage 2 ION, another light rail transit (LRT) system for the Waterloo Region...

Contest: Win your happily Ever After

For those in need of the ultimate utopian festival escape – we’ve got you covered. Imprint will be giving out a pair of tickets to...

City takes brunt of St. Paddy’s festivities Annual street party continues to cost Waterloo...

The City of Waterloo is fed up with footing a $713,500 bill for a St. Patrick’s Day party. The task force met on Apr. 13...
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