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WCI Set for Fed Prov 2016

“Living in Southwestern Ontario, we are often not exposed to the perspectives of the other provinces, and through this simulation, students can get a greater understanding of what it means to be Canadian, coast to coast.” […]

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GRT Spring Service Changes

The iON construction and the annual decline in ridership in the Spring mean that bus routes will be changing in late April, a change that will directly impact Waterloo Collegiate passengers. Many students at Waterloo […]

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Cailyn H.: A Fighting Spirit

In 2010, the Canadian Cancer Society estimated that “2 out of 5 Canadians (45% of men and 42% of women) are expected to develop cancer during their lifetimes.” It is safe to say that, according […]

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WCI Poll: Campaign Posters

A staple of the ABCD elections here at WCI has always been the over-the-top posters candidates use to promote their campaigns. While some take on a serious tone, the majority combine bad photoshop with an overdose […]

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WCI Poll: Your Guide to the ABCD Elections

Lockers and walls plastered with colourful posters can feel overwhelming, especially when combined with mobs of friendly campaigners appealing to your school spirit with tiny, wrapped candies and chocolate. It’s easy for the information about who to vote for and how to vote to get lost in the bustle. […]

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Op-Ed: The Dangers of Mark Inflation

In the next month, students will receive their second semester grades and for many these are merely four more marks on their transcript. But for Grade 12 and fifth year students, these marks may be the key to their success or the cause of their failure. […]