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Kitchener girl's YouTube channel gives glimpse into life as a visually impaired 10-year-old
Abby Walz, 10, of Kitchener is taking to YouTube to teach people who are visually impaired, like herself, all about helpful assistive devices and share other topics of interest.
Why it's important to tip well and follow restaurant rules, writes Andrew Coppolino
This pandemic has had a significant impact on the wait staff at your favourite restaurant, bar or take out place. Food columnist Andrew Coppolino looks at what they've been experiencing and what diners can do to help.
Feeling festive earlier this year? Research says that's to be expected: Jennifer Moss
Many people are feeling the urge to deck the halls a little earlier this year and happiness columnist Jennifer Moss says research shows getting in the festive spirit early can actually make you feel better.
Hides from hunters program in jeopardy as market falters
The program rewarding Ontario hunters who donate deer and moose hides to an Indigenous leather harvest project is in jeopardy as COVID-19, combined with cheap leather imports, threatens to bankrupt the scheme.
'Dramatically reduce' social interactions or region 'will spiral into a lockdown': Dr. Wang
Waterloo region's medical officer of health issued a warning to people to "dramatically reduce" their social interactions with people outside of their households or else the region will "spiral into a lockdown." Public health reported 75 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
Carmen's 5 fun things to do this weekend (Nov. 27 to 29)
Farm Boy brownie mix recalled due to undeclared milk content
Her classroom is a school change room. Here's how she's making online teaching work
COVID-19 outbreak declared at Grand River Hospital
Ontario reports record-high 1,855 new COVID-19 cases
Why your home insurance policy may not protect you if someone gets COVID-19 at your house
Guelph author Thomas King named Companion of the Order of Canada
Why I can no longer remain silent about racism in my community
'Nothing will bring back our son,' former NHL star says after arrests in road rage incident
Most days 'extremely stressful' for young people in region, survey finds
70 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Waterloo region
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