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THEMUSEUM in Kitchener plans for innovative future

In September, Kitchener’s THEMUSEUM celebrated its 18th anniversary, honouring almost two decades of positive contributions to the community.    THEMUSEUM opened as the Waterloo Region Children’s...

Free legal aid for survivors in Waterloo

Waterloo Region’s Sexual Assault Support Centre is setting a precedent by introducing a pilot project that will provide free legal aid to survivors of...

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...

The science of sex: Using pheromones to stop gypsy moth infestation

This year’s gypsy moth outbreak has been devastating to local ecosystems across the province, as well as specifically in Waterloo, Ont. Previous attempts to...

Food Banks in Waterloo | What we can do for each...

The Food Bank of Waterloo recently launched its ”Full Bellies=Happy Hearts” summer campaign, encouraging people to join the 1 Million Meals Challenge. Running until...

Installation of public art to replace Canada Day celebrations in Waterloo

The City of Waterloo will be installing a series of temporary public art instead of holding typical Canada Day celebrations on July 1.  In a...

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...

Uptown Waterloo’s The Atrium and Angie’s Diner and Bakery to close

Uptown Waterloo’s The Atrium and Angie’s Diner and Bakery are closing to make way for a new development. Angie’s has announced it will shut...

“Facts Over Fear” Anti-lockdown protesters in Waterloo

On May 9, hundreds of protesters walked from Uptown Waterloo to Victoria Park, rallying against public health guidelines. Speakers at the “No More Lockdown” rally...

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...