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Que pensent les étudiants de l’Université de Waterloo des fêtes sur l’avenue Ezra ?

Traduction par:  Valérie Luchmun Soheir Mehdi Julia Makos  Clémence Nsangamayi Les étudiants ont déclaré pour Imprint qu'ils pensent, que, dans une certaine mesure, l'université et le gouvernement municipal de...

What’s cancelled in KW because of COVID-19

The Region of Waterloo has come forward with a statement recommending large events and gatherings be postponed or cancelled, and all the local schools...

Classes cancelled but UW campus still open as coronavirus closures strike Waterloo

All on-campus courses, tutorials and labs are suspended between March 14 and March 23. The university has announced that it is suspending all not vital...

What do University of Waterloo students think about Ezra Avenue street parties?

When Mar. 17, 2020 rolls around, students from around KW and throughout Ontario will be attending this year’s St. Patrick’s Day event on Ezra...

WUSA wasn’t prepared for GRT strike, Velling says

Students received an email from WUSA  on Mar. 2 regarding a reimbursement for  the GRT strike. Students can expect a refund of $8.96 in...

David Saint-Jacques Secondary School opening

David Saint-Jacques Secondary School aims to open its doors to francophone students  in Mar. 2020, the first of its kind in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region. The...

Archaeological assessment acquires 995 artifacts

An archaeological assessment of Fischer-Hallman Rd. unearthed 995 Indigenous artifacts along the road’s west side in early February. The city-contracted company in charge of...

Ouverture de l’école secondaire David Saint-Jacques

Traduction par Paige Carmichael Stephanie Findlay Daniela Galluzzo Emily Slonowski En mars 2020, l'école secondaire David Saint-Jacques aspire à ouvrir ses portes aux étudiants francophones. Elle sera la première...

Campus Question: Do you think there is a problem with large crowds on Ezra...

“Yes it is a problem. I don’t really know how it should be dealt with, but it shouldn’t be too bad this year because...

Everything we know about the coronavirus in Waterloo

The first COVID-19 case in the KW-Region was confirmed Thursday March 5 as a woman who traveled from Milan, Italy. She presented symptoms including a...
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