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Council in brief: City of Waterloo

Waterloo Park Lake Frontage Reconstruction Council approved spending $772,000 for the Lake Frontage Reconstruction. The proposed scope of this project includes detailed design and public consultation...

Fighting discrimination in the community Fiqir Worku is making UW a more welcoming place...

Fiqir Worku is an incredibly humble Health Studies student, who is heavily interested in and involved with social justice. She was also one of...

This Week: Should varsity athletes be kicked off the team for cannabis consumption?

“No. I think it depends on the sport you’re playing, and when you’re doing it. If you’re doing it before a competition then that...

Last Canada Day celebration at UW

The last time UW students will see Canada Day fireworks on campus is in 2019. The University has hosted the celebration for 35 years. But its...

More students opting to live in LLC’s

More students are opting for living-learning communities each year across Canada. Living-learning communities (LLC) group like-minded students in the same program, together in the...

Forced sterilization of Indigenous women in Canada still prevalent

Sixty Indigenous women are filing a class-action lawsuit claiming they were forcibly sterilized. Some of the sterilizations occurred as late as 2017. The lawsuit...

UW startup begins lung cancer detection trials

KA Imaging paired with Grand River Hospital to launch a pilot study of their portable lung screening x-ray detector. The device promises to cut...

Search suspended for missing Waterloo hiker

Rick Eastep, 32, went missing in California during a hike in early January. Eastep, a University of Waterloo employee and an avid outdoorsman, was...

Major changes to OSAP in 2019-2020

Students accross Ontario are facing major changes to the structure of the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) in the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. On Jan....

NYE 2.0, the last ever Bomber event

Alexandria Lew, a Life Sciences major at UW and Taylor Quon, a Sociology major at Laurier, stood close to the Turnkey desk, at the...
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