This Week's Episode




On this week’s episode of Spoke TV, an increasing number of dog owners are attempting to deceive people in the service industry by pretending their pets are service dogs. The city of Waterloo is looking to make large street parties, such as those on Ezra St. on St. Patrick’s Day and homecoming, a thing of the past. We take a look at the Waterloo Region Record’s nominations for The Ontario Newspaper Awards. Our reporter takes an in-depth look at three successful entrepreneurs to see that strategies they’ve implemented in their business models. Also, a craft brewery opened by two brothers with an unexpected name. And, six students from Conestoga College’s Electrical Technology program are in the running to compete in the Skills Canada National Competition. Find out what art exhibit supports local artists by bringing art into the work space and what local business is opening its doors to the public to share an age-old skill with those willing to learn.


All this and more, on this week’s episode of Spoke TV!

About Spoke TV

Spoke TV is produced weekly during the school year by Conestoga College second-year Journalism Broadcast students, faculty adviser Rachelle Cooper and new media technologist Chris Martin. read more