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Third time the charm for Balsillie?

Justin Fauteux
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Canada’s favourite renegade billionaire is up to his old tricks once again, as Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of Waterloo-based Research in

Pair of Hawks CFL bound

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Two of Laurier’s own Golden Hawks have been drafted to the Canadian Football League (CFL) by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

H1N1 across the globe

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In recent weeks, this virus has garnered a flurry of worldwide attention. As early as April 24, reports began to

KW biking community on the rise

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I fell off my bike for the first time last April. It was in the middle of my first Critical

Vancouver Olympics: exploiting the exploited

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With the Vancouver Olympics around the corner in 2010, there has been an increasing momentum in marketing efforts to create

Reconsider Values

Cord Staff
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The current economic crisis has forced society into a pivotal place where the values that will follow us into a

Students should be appreciated

Cord Staff
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Unspoken contention between Laurier students and Waterloo locals has surfaced again with April’s Northdale Strategic Planning session. The compiled results

Students promote local harvest

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A group of students from Laurier are putting their love for the outdoors to good use this summer. KW Urban

Cord-o-scopes: May 20, 2009

Cord Import
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Gemini (May 21 to June 20): You’ve recently been feeling the need to start thinking about your future. Work, travel

May 20, 2009

Cord Import
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Graffiti; A Special Constable on foot patrol of the concourse found some graffiti in the men’s washroom near the one

CBC: Forging a future in the wake of cuts

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CBC’s role in Canada Although Canada’s national public broadcaster, which was established over 70 years ago, is engrained in Canadian

World in Brief: May 20, 2009

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PAKISTAN As of late April, the Taliban appeared to be making great territorial gains within Pakistan. At one time, according

A re-evaluation of the Cord’s content

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With media companies slashing jobs and cutting budgets drastically, the newspaper industry’s predicted doomsday seems more real than ever. It