Good Luck Coughing Up All That Bail Money

I don’t really believe in hell, but if the mental health evaluation that Margaret Cirko was sent for after this shit doesn’t find something she can be helped with, I hope there’s a special place there for her if I’m wrong. The 35-year-old has been charged with multiple felonies and misdemeanors after she claimed to […]

If It Wasn’t For The Need To Distance, They Could Switch To Vans

This is logical, yet strange sounding. I wonder if other cities are going to start doing the same thing. Guelph Transit limits number of people on a bus at one time Only 10 people allowed on a bus at any one time starting Thursday, March 26 Guelph Transit has implemented new changes in the wake […]

CBC Is Bringing Back Your Local TV News

Good news, people who rely on CBC Television for local news. You’re getting it back. CBC/Radio-Canada President and CEO Catherine Tait says Canadians will be seeing more of their local television news hosts during the supper hour starting Tuesday. The public broadcaster came under fire last week after announcing evening and late-night TV newscasts would be temporarily suspended […]

The Food Bank Of Waterloo Region Could Really Use Donations About Now

This frigging Coronavirus is going to hit a lot of us very hard in many ways. Some of the hardest hit are going to be those among us who are already struggling financially. So even though I might sound like a broken record over here, if you’re one of the fortunate ones and are in […]

Waterloo Region’s Hospitals Are Looking For Donations To Help Them Buy More Supplies

Our hospitals here, much like the hospitals everywhere, need supplies and the money to buy them. If you can help out, please do. The COVID-19 outbreak is placing unprecedented pressure on our hospitals. The support of our community will help to tackle the growing demands. To help our Waterloo Region Hospitals prepare, a joint fund […]