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Waterloo’s Shopify to handle online sale of legal weed

The Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation (OCRC) has announced that the Canadian e-commerce company Shopify will manage the online sale of legal recreational cannabis in...

K-W MPPs on Patrick Brown & harassment in politics

In light of accusations of sexual misconduct against former Ontario Progressive Conservative (PC) Party leader Patrick Brown, Imprint spoke with Waterloo Region MPPs Catherine...

Jagmeet Singh coming to Kitchener-Waterloo for Ontario election season Waterloo MPP Catherine Fife confirms...

As expected, federal New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh will campaign in Ontario for the 2018 election in support of his former colleague Andrea...

Waterloo Catholic schools celebrate Valentine’s Day on Feb. 13

For the first time since 1945, Valentine’s Day falls on Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting for Catholics that also marks the first day...

Are students too busy to care about Feds elections?

A far cry from the 2017 Feds Executive elections, this year’s election cycle has seen an unprecedented lull. All Feds Executive candidates for President and...

Kitchener MPP says ‘chatter’ about Brown’s behavior circulated Queen’s Park prior to reports

Kitchener-Centre MPP Daiene Vernile says "chatter" of Patrick Brown's sexual misconduct allegations was circulating Queen's Park prior to the publishing of the accusations from...

Non-PC voters could (potentially) choose party’s next leader

On June 7, Ontarians go to the polls to decide who will be premier of Canada’s largest province. But before they choose its first...

Peace, love, and light in Islam

it is without a doubt that the University of Waterloo community is full of diversity, and it is this diversity that strengthens us. It...

WPIRG gives students resources to resist racism

The University of Waterloo’s Public Interest Research Group (WPIRG) provided students and community members with the skills to become anti-racist organizers at their “Getting...

The breakdown of the 2018 Co-op Education fee raise

As of 2018 the co-op fee has increased to $729.00 which is almost as expensive as the cost of one course in the Faculty...
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