On March 15, the City of Waterloo will begin a new series of social media posts called #neighbourloo. The posts will feature stories of neighbourly interactions between residents in Waterloo. The stories will be posted with hopes of inspiring neighbours to connect with one another and allowing neighbourhoods to form a united community. “[The hope is to] encourage people to […]
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On the morning of November 11, students, staff and faculty at Wilfrid Laurier University came together in the concourse to commemorate members of the armed forces. The event, hosted by the Wilfrid Laurier University History Students’ Association, featured numerous presenters, including Laurier’s vice-president of student affairs, David McMurray, who read the famous war poem, “In Flanders Fields.” “I am so […]
Waterloo’s co-existence as a university, family, multicultural and technology hub makes it difficult to distill the city’s cultural identity to singularity.