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FULL CEREMONY - The U18 Brantford Bisons celebrate their graduating players

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519 Sports Online

U16 Waterloo Jr. Warriors postgame interviews after a quarterfinal playoff win

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519 Sports Online

Incredible diving catch from Beckham Poirier for U18 Guelph

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The U14 Guelph Jr. Gryphons advance to the OSFL semifinals

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519 Sports Online

Jayden Lammel commits to the TMU Bold in OUA hockey

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The U15 Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks win the Ontario field lacrosse title

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Junior C Lacrosse Playoffs (Game 4) - Barrie Bombers vs Fergus Thistles

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CTV News Kitchener

Four people injured in Waterford crash

Ornge air ambulance has taken one person to hospital after a two-vehicle collision in Waterford.

CTV News Kitchener

Sister duo turns vacant plaza space into swimming school in Paris, Ont.

Two sisters are making waves in Paris, Ont. with their new swimming school.

519 Sports Online

Postgame interviews with the U10 Brantford Bisons after a semifinal win

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CTV News Kitchener

LCBO workers ratify tentative agreement, strike ends Monday

The union representing 10,000 workers at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) has ratified a tentative agreement, which will officially end its two-week strike at 12:01 a.m. Monday.

CTV News Kitchener

Police searching for missing Kitchener teen

Waterloo Regional Police are looking for a missing 15-year-old from Kitchener.

CTV News Kitchener

Most-read stories of the week: search ends for missing women, region secures property in Wilmot, and a blind dog up for adoption

The search ends for two missing women after a second body was found near the Grand River, the region announces progress on its land acquisition plan in Wilmot, and a blind dog gets a chance at a new life.

CTV News Kitchener

Joe Biden drops out of 2024 race, endorses Kamala Harris to be Democratic nominee

U.S. President Joe Biden dropped out of the 2024 race for the White House on Sunday, ending his bid for re-election after doubts were raised about his fitness for office. Soon after, he endorsed Vice-President Kamala Harris to take his place in the November election.

CTV News Kitchener

Woodstock police cleared of wrongdoing after suspect gets broken nose during arrest: SIU

In the evening of March 22, 2023, Woodstock Police Service officers were dispatched to a residence in the area of Dundas Street and Vansittart Avenue.

Daniel Verniel MPP

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Experience Waterloo

Waterloo by the numbers

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Canadian Love

Day 36 #isolation #quarantinefilm #stayhomewithme

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City of Kitchener

2024-06-17 - Planning and Strategic Initiatives Committee Part One

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519 Sports Online

Under 22 Lacrosse (Zone 8 Championship) - Guelph Regals vs Cambridge Highlanders

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The Fergus Thistles advance to the Western Conference final

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Bookish Beard

17 — 'My Dear Boy'

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Afterschool Arcade

Credit:0 S3 E13 - Everybody's Condescending But Me

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Beginning of evening Canada Day party in Ottawa on LeBreton Flats Park near the War Museum.

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Gary Walsh

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City of Kitchener

2024-06-17 - Special Council Meeting

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Experience Waterloo

How to get into Waterloo from an admissions insider | Hello Warrior

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519 Sports Online

Brandon Montour and Adam Henrique giving back in their local communities

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CTV News Kitchener

Third annual Scotland's Yard Road Hockey Classic returns to Kitchener

Excitement and energy filled the air Saturday as the third annual Scotland's Yard Road Hockey Classic made its much anticipated return to Kitchener.

519 Sports Online

Junior C Lacrosse Playoffs (Game 4) - Orangeville Northmen vs Wilmot Wild

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Alliance Awards - Ashley Fielder is the 2023-2024 Trainer of the Year

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UW Imprint

LCBO stores set to reopen July 23: tentative agreement reached amid unfair labour practice claim

LCBO stores are confirmed to reopen on July 23 as a tentative agreement was reached between the LCBO and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), despite the LCBO planning on filing an unfair labour practice against the OPSEU.

The two week strike will finally come to an end, pending ratification, to welcome back 10,000 unionized employees back to work. “The resolve of our members on the lines was rewarded by the outpouring of support from Ontarians,” stated the OPSEU in a press release on July 20. “Ontarians pressured the Ford Government by sending over 31,000 emails insisting they stop their plans to gut public services and pad the pockets of their billionaire buddies and to show respect for LCBO workers.” OPSEU assures customers that Ontarians can “shop at the LCBO knowing that their purchases are actually an investment into the very public services Ford is hell-bent on slashing.”

The agreement includes a return-to-work protocol that excludes new monetary items. However, the OPSEU has now introduced new monetary demands that the LCBO believes should have been discussed during bargaining. “To introduce a new set of demands after reaching a tentative agreement amounts to bad faith bargaining,” wrote the LCBO in a statement released on July 19. The LCBO now expects to file an unfair labour practice against the OPSEU.


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Valerie- Amy Winehouse/Zutons Cover by Alysha Brilla & Friends

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UW Imprint

UW FINE 220 students blend realism and abstraction in new oil painting exhibit ‘INWARD/OUTWARD’

UW unveils a new oil painting exhibit featuring the remarkable works of students from the FINE 220 class. The exhibit, titled “INWARD/OUTWARD,” opened on June 17 in ECH 1207 to an enthusiastic crowd of art aficionados, students, faculty, and community members.

FINE 220 is an oil painting course suited for beginner painters to teach students oil painting skills, such as how to work with colour, technical oil painting skills, and how to combine different mediums with oil paints. The exhibit is based on a larger scale assignment where the students had to combine references from one indoor space and one outdoor space into one painting that makes the viewer question if that area was painted from one reference photo. The paintings in the exhibit play with colour, texture, perspective, detail, and different mediums in addition to oil paint to create their masterpieces. 

“It’s good to have colour knowledge… they may feel they have to have that to come into this course, but I don’t think they do,” said Scott Everingham, the FINE 220 instructor. 

Everingham also outlined other projects that this course entails. “Students get to create content in the narrative and the subject matter, it just has to be a painting that exists between abstraction and representation,” Everingham said. “You have to be open to things changing along the way, you gotta take risks sometimes.”

Tessa Nazaruk, an ARBUS student with a visual culture major, weighed in on her experiences in FINE 220 and participating in this exhibition. “The class is an oil painting class that is very beginner level… it’s a good balance between drawing observation and more abstract and imaginative kinds of images,” Nazaruk said. “Now we’re using those skills in a more abstract manner like even in these paintings here, we’re trying to assemble the two different locations together in a way that’s half observational half abstract to try and reposition the space, take items out of the space put other items into it in a way that makes it look nice and cohesive.”

The exhibition not only shows FINE 220’s work to the UW community, but also to the other students. “I love looking around and having inspiration from other people’s work,” Nazaruk. 

The only prerequisite for this course is FINE 100, an intro to drawing course that mainly focuses on colour, animation, and sketching. 

Check out the “INWARD/OUTWARD” exhibition at East Campus Hall in room 1207 (The Artery) until July 22. 

 


Arts Faculty

Antagonistic Responses to Health Research in the Academy with Dr. Lisbeth Berbary

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Arts Faculty

Antagonistic Responses to Environment and Climate Change in the Academy with Dr. Juan Moreno Cruz

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519 Sports Online

Local players reflect on the NLU Sports volleyball combine

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City of Kitchener

2024-06-13 - Finance and Corporate Services Committee

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Postgame interviews with the Fergus Thistles after a HUGE Game 4 win

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Thomas Chan is returning to Cambridge for the 2024-2025 season

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Amazing Grace at sunset with The Celtic Blue Highlanders Pipe Band and their guests. Recording issue

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Hacksmith Industries

Gassed up! 💨 #science #experiment #photography

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519 Sports Online

Logan McLellan scores the CHAMPIONSHIP OT WINNER for Guelph

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Elliot Arnett signs in Listowel for the 2024-2025 season

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

ThatOtherChoir performs at Concert in the Park in Goderich. Poor recording due to phone software bug

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Hacksmith Industries

How does James know what seal kisses feel like? #Aiper #PoolCleaner #PrimeDayDeals #ScubaS1 #ScubaSE

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CTV News Kitchener

Rockwood man killed in Highway 7 crash

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a fatal collision involving a 78-year-old Rockwood man.

Communitech

Navigating IP: Copyrights for Startups

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Daniel Brotherson

Petit-Train-du-Nord

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Demon Vlogger

Screwtape Teaches Wormwood about Unselfishness

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