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Where Students Go Beyond

St. John’s –Kilmarnock School (SJK) is the leading co-educational independent school in the Waterloo and surrounding region. Established in 1972, the School is located...

Sinfully Good Brew

Innocente Brewing Company What happens when you combine a PhD in Molecular Biology and a Post Doctoral Fellowship studying yeast, with a brew making obsession...

The Future of Air Travel in Southern Ontario

Guiding the future of The Region of Waterloo International Airport The Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF) is one of the top 20 busiest airports...

A 21st Century Degree

How Knowledge Integration at the University of Waterloo is shaping problem solvers for today’s workforce In today’s complex, ever-changing workplaces, problem solving-skills are becoming increasingly...

Where high-tech meets horse-and-buggy

Waterloo Region is a study in contrasts. It’s home to high-tech giants like Google Canada and BlackBerry as well as a thriving Mennonite community...

Thinking Bigger: A Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor

Every year, thousands of students stream into Waterloo Region’s postsecondary institutions, carrying books, laptops and increasingly global ambitions. The question is, where will those ambitions...

QUANTUM: The Exhibition to premiere at THEMUSEUM

Technologies poised to change our world at centre of new exhibition. Quantum technologies are poised to transform technology as we know it. A new exhibition...

The Lazaridis School of Business & Economics

Wilfrid Laurier University Building globally competitive firms is at the heart of Canada’s economic and educational challenge in the 21st century. The Lazaridis School of Business...

Province funds King Victoria Transit Hub and expands GO service to...

The Province of Ontario has committed $43 million to construct a transit hub at the corner of King and Victoria Streets in downtown Kitchener. The...

Creating a World Class Vision Light rail transit in Waterloo Region

Waterloo Region continues to grow. With a current population of 575,000, the Region is now the fourth largest community in Ontario and the 10th...