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Tiny Home Takeout: A Professional Takeout for those in need!

Kitchener’s Tiny Home Takeout serves more than 460 meals with a lineup of guests, leaving their pizzas or the daily special in the hands...

A step in the right direction’: PRISM on WCDSB’s decision to...

June 2021 marks the first time that the Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) has decided to fly the Pride flag at its regional...

Mental health program launching in Waterloo region

On May 21, Explore Waterloo Region and the Region of Waterloo announced that they are launching a mental health and well-being pilot program for...

What’s happening in Waterloo this summer?

As the spring term sets in, rising temperatures and longer days mean even more reason to feel cooped up at home due to the...

Vaccination clinic at UW Health Sciences Campus, Kitchener

The University of Waterloo has partnered with the Region of Waterloo and Centre for Family Medicine to help the Kitchener-Waterloo community open a COVID-19...

Artist Spotlight: Ben Brown

Ben Brown was born in Kitchener and grew up in Waterloo. His passion for art was nurtured by both of his parents — especially...

Community comes together to build a tiny house for the Land...

In support of the Land Back Movement, the Waterloo community came together to build a tiny house to help the Indigenous community protect their...

Holiday Season Gift Guide: Small Business Edition Amidst COVID-19 Holiday Season...

The 2020 holiday season is approaching soon, and COVID-19 is spreading fast. Small businesses are some of the hardest hit during the pandemic, forcing...

COVID-19 Confusion in Waterloo Region – Making Sense of it All

Back in March, it was no surprise to wake up every day to the news of increasing COVID-19 cases in the Waterloo Region, paired...

Waterloo Region moved from “restrict” to “control” level after recent COVID-19...

On Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, Waterloo Public Health reported 45 new positive tests for COVID-19, adding  up to a total of 2,577 cases in...