As an alternative to ownership, the congregation is willing to accept $1.5 million in addition to $500,000 in damages.
An article published in the Women of Merit magazine, a Waterloo region-based publication featuring local women, sparked outrage on Twitter for suggesting women be nice and attractive when interacting with men for better communication.
Concern over marks they’ll receive after writing exams without having enough time to study or finish assignments has some Conestoga College students looking at the alternative: dropping out.
A family hopes to keep living at a GRCA-owned rental property because their daughter with complex special needs needs a neighbour-free, rural residence such as the Grand River Conservation Authority currently rents out. But the tenancy program is ending.
On July 22, 2017 former refugee Asia Haraki will have been in Canada two years. In that time she’s learned English but her most recent accomplishment to celebrate is opening a Middle Eastern grocery store in Waterloo, Ont.