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True North Beer Festival hosts rare craft brewers from KW

True North Beer Festival took place this past Saturday, Sept. 15. Craft breweries from all over Ontario gathered at Lot 42 in Kitchener for the festival’s third and final event of the season. The festival’s first two events took place in Brantford and then Prince Edward Country this past summer. The event, which saw a solid turnout of people throughout […]

by Safina Husein· · Arts and Life ·
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Warriors finally break 15 year drought against Golden Hawks

The much anticipated Battle of Waterloo had a different vibe to it this year, especially for those who have paid attention to the rise of the Waterloo Warriors. That different vibe led to a different result as the Warriors broke Laurier’s 15 game win streak against them in a nail-biting 34-32 win. Led by Tre Ford, second-year quarterback, and Tyler […]

by Abdulhamid Ibrahim· · Football, Sports ·
Rainbow crosswalk unveiled in Uptown, vandalized three days later

Rainbow crosswalk unveiled in Uptown, vandalized three days later

This past Wednesday May 30, Waterloo’s first rainbow crosswalk was officially unveiled in the heart of uptown  located on Willis Way near the Waterloo Town Square. Dave Jaworsky, mayor of Waterloo, Melissa Durrell, uptown councillor, Tracy Van Kalsbeek, UpTown Waterloo BIA executive director, individuals from OK2BME and a crowd of over almost 30 were there to commemorate the unveiling. The […]

by Safina Husein· · News ·
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Indigenous Knowledge Fund created at Laurier

Wilfrid Laurier University has created an Indigenous Knowledge Fund in order to support and encourage the presence of Indigenous content within academic settings on both the Waterloo and Brantford campus. Last year, Laurier Brantford’s faculty of Indigenous Studies, in collaboration with the Office of Indigenous Initiatives and the Office of the Dean of Students, created the fund. “We thought that […]

by Safina Husein· · Campus, News ·
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Hawks beat Warriors in Battle of Waterloo

The Golden Hawks triumphed over the Warriors yesterday in the battle of Waterloo. Both teams walked on to Warrior Field undefeated in what was poised in what was poised to be one of the biggest match ups of the year. The game remained contentious for the first half, but ultimately the Golden Hawks held the lead, entering the second half […]

by Kurtis Rideout· · Football, Sports ·
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New project to light up Waterloo Park

Plans to light up Waterloo Park are underway, lining up Waterloo to be the first of it’s kind in North America to have an illuminated trail. Waterloo Park has a promenade, which is the main trail between Seagram Drive and uptown Waterloo. The City of Waterloo has also looked into properly completing another part of the trail that runs behind […]

by Nathalie Bouchard· · Local, News ·
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Are the 2021 Canada summer games coming to Waterloo?

The 2021 Canada Summer Games are looking for a host city and the Region of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University are hopeful to be their next destination. The region of Waterloo, Sudbury, Niagara and Ottawa are the four remaining bids hopeful to host the games. If the Region of Waterloo does prevail as host of the Summer Games, Laurier is […]

by Rob Fifield· · Sports ·
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Waterloo prepares for St. Patrick’s Day

Wilfrid Laurier University, along with community services, have begun preparing for one of the biggest holidays of the year: St. Patrick’s Day. Over 5,000 people gathered on Ezra Street last year to commemorate the holiday. Laurier’s dean of students, Leanne Holland-Brown, stressed the importance of participating with Laurier pride in mind, but the first and foremost concern of the university […]

by Nathalie Bouchard· · Local, News ·