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KW gun crime on the rise

The Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) is taking drastic action to combat rising gun crime in the region with the help of additional funding...

Uncertainty on Student Choice Initiative

The future of the Student Choice Initiative at UW is more uncertain than ever.  In early December the Ontario government appealed the Divisional Court ruling...

Campus Question How did the GRT strike affect you?

“The bus strike has been affecting me really badly because I have to look for apartments nearby and I cannot go and then I...

Sounding the climate ALARM

With the world ticking towards a climate-changed future, climate and indigenous rights activists came together to organize the ALARM climate strike at THEMUSEUM in...

Waterloo students face first day of GRT bus strike

Region of Waterloo residents and students are once again making back up transportation plans as GRT bus service went on strike on Tuesday at...

Hope for student housing, but not enough activists say

The student housing crisis has found itself a home amongst top headlines while students still struggle to find one of their own.  From stories of...

UWaterloo mourns loss of two students following Iran plane crash

While on route to Kyiv on Jan. 8, Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 was shot and crashed in a field. All 176 passengers on...

Mapping Waterloo’s bike lanes

Columbia Street West Beginning directly opposite to the newly expanded Columbia Ice Field, the Columbia St. cycling lanes extend until the intersection with King St....

Are climate strikes working?

Residents of Waterloo took to the streets yet again Friday, November 29, for the second global climate strike at Waterloo Public Square. The latest in...

Brixton announces shutdown

Brixton Social, a popular club in Waterloo, announced on Nov. 15 that the club would no longer remain in operation due to “immediate unforeseen...