Tayo Bero

Journalist

Tayo is a radio producer and writer with CBC. A self-proclaimed foodie, she is also passionate about equity, inclusion and making sure the people around her stay woke. Find her on Twitter at @tayobero

Latest from Tayo Bero

Stratford program to help young boys express themselves through art

A new art program in Stratford is looking to inspire more young men to get involved in the arts.

Waterloo black comedians tour showcasing comedy 'from us, but for all'

A new comedy tour kicking off in Waterloo Thursday night is bringing together a lineup of black comedians from across Ontario.

Size, staffing among changes coming to Guelph overdose prevention site

Staffing, location and shortened wait times are among a number of planned improvements that are soon coming to Guelph’s only overdose prevention site.

New 'dynamic' accessibility symbol in Cambridge a long time coming: advocates

The city of Cambridge is changing its accessibility symbol, thanks to a recent push from advocates in the city.

Elmira bus pilot set to become regular Grand River Transit route: Regional report

Grand River Transit is proposing making a pilot bus route in Elmira a new, permanent route because it's been so successful. But doing so means people will have to pay to ride the bus. It's currently free.

Guelph city staff propose limits to public delegations at city hall

A proposal before the city of Guelph’s committee of the whole this afternoon could place new restrictions on what opportunities the public has to present before council.

Quality of sex education focus of Kitchener youth roundtable

A community consultation in Kitchener this September is bringing young people together to talk about the quality of the sex education that they are receiving in schools.

Campus police urge students to stay safe as classes resume

Campus police at the University of Waterloo are urging students to think about safety as many return to the university this weekend.

Don't flush or throw out your old or unused medications, pharmacist says

August is national drug drop-off month, but a pharmacist in Waterloo says old or unused medications can be brought back to any local pharmacy for proper disposal at any time.
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Meet the women trying to make Kitchener-Waterloo famous

KW Famous is a new line of T-shirts, stickers and other merchandise focused on iconic Kitchener-Waterloo images, designed to boost regional fixtures.

Kitchener festival to celebrate African and Caribbean communities this weekend

A long-running festival will bring members of Kitchener-Waterloo's many diverse communities together to celebrate African and Caribbean culture this weekend.

Legal program will help shift 'power dynamic' between university students and landlords

The Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association at the University of Waterloo is now offering legal protection, representation and advice to all students, as part of the university's new legal protection program.

Dead fish from New Dundee lake should be thrown in garbage or buried: Officials

Residents in New Dundee have been reporting die-off of hundreds of fish. The region's waste management division recommends people throw the dead fish into garbage bins, not green bins, or bury the fish on their property.
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Waterloo region families celebrate Eid al-Adha

It was a day of music, food, family and fun as members of Kitchener-Waterloo’s Muslim communities gathered to celebrate Eid al-Adha.

New regional project focused on adapting to climate change, not just fighting it

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health and the Region of Waterloo Public Health are coming together to help local communities adapt to the impacts of climate change through a new research project.