Waterloo is home to two great university options: Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, located down the street from one another as well as down the street from WCI. The universities may be close to one another but they … Continue reading Waterloo’s University Options
This past Wednesday, just over 40 Senior Orchestra musicians boarded a bus to head to MusicFest Nationals in Ottawa, ready to compete in the national music … Continue reading WCI Wins Gold at MusicFest
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 Collegiate use public transit weekly … Continue reading GRT Spring Service Changes
If you don’t have a car and have needed to use public transit to get around Kitchener-Waterloo (KW), you will know it’s a long process, depending on where you need to get to, and after a couple transfers you might still end up … Continue reading More Than a Question of Cost: Uber vs Taxi
With differing opinions on the Light Rail Transit system, we have decided to show both sides of the controversy on the matter from our perspectives. Continue reading WCI Poll: Taking a Closer Look at the Tracks
“It’s the serving of the client that actually comes many times before us making a sale. It’s important. We feel that we have this responsibility to educate and serve the population.” Continue reading Local Conversations: Bob Egan of Bob’s Guitar Service
With October 19 fast approaching, the local candidates were taking every possible opportunity to try to gain voters and sway the undecided by promoting their campaigns and voicing their parties’ platforms. Continue reading Who Are the Local Candidates and What Do They Stand For?