Reducing waste is as simple as recycling right. In this episode of Time’s Up, Rudy Nugteren visits waste management professionals to get tips on how to recycle. Environmental Education Coordinator, John Williams, and the Executive Director of Reep Green Solutions, Mary Jane Patterson, informs why recycling is important and invites to manage waste at home correctly. […]
Mental illness is a condition that affects a person’s psychological and emotional well-being. It’s important for anyone dealing with this issue to seek help right away because it can be cured. The Time’s Up team went out and interviewed two experts from CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) and Self Help. These two people have dealt […]
The LGBTQ community in the Waterloo Region is trying to find a space to come together and help each other. This week on Time’s Up, Ethan Jackson shares his experience as a young trans man. Janice Jo Lee explains some of her struggles as a queer woman. The producer of Shade, the comedy show, Anasimone […]
This week on Time’s Up, the team takes us through gender inequality which is an issue that affects both males and females. We focus on the gender pay gap, which is an income disparity issue mostly experienced by women, and is brought about by a variety of factors.
According to the Ontario SPCA nearly 16,000 animal cruelty complaints occur each year. There is a way to reduce this number and this is why Time’s Up team talked to the inspector at KW Humane Society, Vivian LaFlamme, and the pet owner, Ashley Adcoe. Let’s learn how we can show our love and be a […]
Happiness is not defined by colour, religion or ethnicity. The Time’s Up team went out to interview two great guest that bring change in our society. Our first guests are from the University of Waterloo, Black Association for Student Expression (UW BASE) Club. The second guest is from “Bring on the Sunshine,” which is a festival […]
Sometimes a bowl of soup can warm up the hearts, and this is what Community Ministry at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church has been doing every Wednesday for 21 years. Some of those, who don’t have a roof to live under, have been volunteering for the meal service. Time’s Up team joined the supper to recognize […]