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Unmute: The Impact of a Pandemic on Gender-Based Violence

Since being confined within four walls, theatregoers have had fewer opportunities to go out and watch a great show. Lucky for us, those who...

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...

Work from home

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has become the norm in many companies around the world. Some of these companies encourage and...

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...

Winter term classes delayed by one week at University of Waterloo

The University of Waterloo (UW) is delaying winter term classes by one week to acknowledge the importance of mental health during times of uncertainty...

In Waterloo’s worst COVID-19 month, Ontario Ministry of Health reports young...

Young adults responsible for spread in Waterloo’s worst COVID-19 month In Waterloo’s worst month for COVID-19 cases, this November, there have been 658 new cases...

Waterloo to launch interactive gathering space map in Spring 2021

Despite increasing regulations on social gatherings amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Waterloo neighborhoods team is developing an interactive map of gathering spaces,...

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I write in response to the new guidelines effective November 9th which make not following COVID-19 safety precautions a Policy 71 non-academic offense. ...

Creative Ways UW Students Celebrated Halloween

While the pandemic might have raged on, it wasn’t enough to keep UW students from celebrating the spookiest season of the year. Students at...

The Youth Council

Nothing brings people together like a crisis. I’ve heard this saying before, but the past couple of months have given me the chance to...