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The City of Waterloo brings streetscape improvements to King and Erb intersection

The King Street and Erb Street intersection is now undergoing construction by the City of Waterloo to create a more accessible intersection for all modes of transportation. Upon reopening in early October, the intersection at King Street and Erb Street will introduce a protected intersection with wider sidewalks and new off-road cycle tracks, including crosswalks for bikers. This protected intersection […]

by Erin Abe· · 0 comments · Local, News ·
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City of Waterloo runs pilot project to turn dog poop into electricity

A new pilot project being introduced by the City of Waterloo aims to turn dog waste into energy, heating and fertilizer. This would be accomplished through a process known as anaerobic digestion, which happens when organic waste breaks down in an environment without oxygen. “Here was an opportunity to do something that’s environmentally friendly, show that we’re a dog-friendly city […]

by Madeline McInnis· · 0 comments · Local, News ·
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A day of Remembrance at Laurier

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 […]

by Kaitlyn Severin· · 0 comments · Campus, News ·
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Waterloo is facing an identity crisis

Waterloo’s co-existence as a university, family, multicultural and technology hub makes it difficult to distill the city’s cultural identity to singularity.

by Zachary Guitor· · 0 comments · Arts, Arts and Life ·