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Supporting women in KW

For the past 26 years the Waterloo Region has taken part in the annual Take Back the Night march, which raises awareness about violence towards women This year the walk took...

Ontario prepared for H1N1 pandemic

During a media phone interview on Sept 24, chief medical officer of health for Ontario Dr Arlene King addressed public concerns regarding the upcoming flu season, the H1N1 strain...

Walk for mental health

Nearly 500 people participated in the second annual Minds in Motion KW Walking Classic on Sept 27, which aims to raise awareness about mental health “Why not put together...

G20 meets in U.S.

Instead of rolling out the red carpet, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania literally shut down to host, or more accurately accommodate, last week’s G20 summit From Sept 24 to 25, the...

Clinic for injured musicians expands

The Guidonian Therapy Clinic in Uptown Waterloo held an open house on Friday, welcoming their clients and the community to re-launch the newly expanded clinic Guidonian offers...

Social justice through art

The week-long Expressions of Social Justice Film and Arts Festival got underway on Sept 25 with the screening of the movie Waltz with Bashir Proceeds from this year’s festival...

KW in brief: Sept. 30, 2009

Kitchener Waterloo Little Theatre re-opens after fire The Kitchener Waterloo Little Theatre (KWLT), located on Princess Street in Uptown Waterloo, re-opened on Sept 24 after...

Master plan seeks student input

The Wilfrid Laurier University Master Plan will be publicly released today, providing current students with their first real look at how Laurier is set to grow over the next 25...

Attack on Albert St.

This week the Waterloo community was rattled when two women fell victim to attacks during daylight hours The first attack took place at 4 pm on Tuesday Sept 22 and the second...