Julianne Hazlewood is a multi-media journalist who's worked across the country at CBC newsrooms as a host, VJ, reporter and producer.
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Canada's first 'Dutch-inspired' roundabout could be built in Kitchener
Next week, the Cycling and Trails advisory Committee will weigh in on a design for a 'Dutch-inspired' roundabout at Huron and Strasburg roads.
Here's what happens when cancer patients are prescribed exercise
Since 2002, oncologists at the Grand River Regional Cancer Centre have referred people to the University of Waterloo’s 12-week Well-Fit program.
How the University of Waterloo's football team went from no-win seasons to the playoffs
The University of Waterloo's football team won its first playoff game in two decades. Head coach Chris Bertoia explains how the Warriors went from no-win seasons to a team that has a chance at the championship title.
Proposed pot shop changes location from Guelph to Cambridge
A proposed cannabis store that was slated to open in Guelph has changed location to Cambridge.
Here's what's changed in southwest Ontario 1 year after marijuana legalization
With the anniversary of marijuana legalization this week, CBC Kitchener-Waterloo looks at what's changed in Kitchener-Waterloo, including pot shops, the black market and opportunities for growers and research.
On inmate voting day, prisoners plan legal case over 2018 Ontario vote
As thousands of inmates cast their ballots Wednesday in the federal election, CBC News has learned a group of inmates in Canada's largest prison for women are planning legal action after being denied the vote in last year's Ontario provincial election.
What happened when a Kitchener company cut the work day by two hours
Work less, accomplish more: That's the idea behind a Kitchener company's decision to shorten its work day by two hours.
New Guelph exhibit reveals history of eugenics education in Ontario
Eugenics was taught at the founding colleges of the University of Guelph for more than 30 years at the start of the 20th century, according to documents discovered by a researcher at the university's Revision Centre for Art and Social Justice.
Kitchener driver says she left Loblaws after lack of overtime pay
Jennifer Goldup had high hopes when she became a truck driver at the Loblaws Cambridge distribution Centre in 2013.
Meet the man mapping out Nova Scotia's abandoned roads
For most people, a 'no road maintenance' sign means they should turn around. But for Nova Scotian Steve Skafte, it's music to his ears.
How a London woman turned 3 decades on the streets into poetry
Sandie Lynn Fletcher has lived most of her life on the streets and through that time she wrote hundreds of poems.
Meet the London choir that sings to the dying
The London Threshold Choir, which formed in the last year, is one of about a dozen choirs across Canada that sing to people on the threshold of life and death.
What happens when high school students write the life stories of seniors
A group of residents at a London retirement home will be presented with the biographies of their lives this week.
Attention stressed Western students: Kind mail is coming your way
Later this week, more than 1700 letters from alumni will be delivered to students.
The secret behind the Western Mustangs' 22-game winning streak
Here's what Western Mustangs coach Greg Marshall says is the secret to his team's 22-game winning streak as it takes on the Saskatchewan Huskies with its eye on the prize of a second consecutive Vanier Cup.