This Week's Episode

This week on SpokeTV,

The Fountain Street Bridge continues to be under construction. This construction will be going on for another year and we spoke to some of the local residents about how they felt about the prolonged closure. We also get a look at how a transgender individual views the current controversy at Wilfrid Laurier University. The Ontario College strike has finally ended and students are back to school. Many students have concerns about the money that they may have lost. The St. Jacob’s Farmers Market could be under new ownership as the Schlegel family is on track to purcahse the famous St.Jacob’s Market. The voice of Conestoga College Paul Scott is retiring and this will be his last semester at the college. Connor Morgan spoke with his colleagues in how they feel about his leaving. The newest craze in ice cream is happening. Nitrogen ice cream is a new cold dessert offered in a Toronto restaurant, but is it safe? Operation Heat is the newest movement by our local police. They are trying to promote warmth this holiday season and good deeds. Families spend much of their time infront of a screen but The Museum encourages those same families to put down the screens. Roman Bienko is a local artist and sketcher who works out of small local cafes. He had some interesting things to say about his craft and how it all becomes a reality. CBC’s Sounds of the Season took place again for another year in support of a great cause. Our reporter Varsha Sriganesh was at the event talking to the people running the event. Christmas comes early in Cambridge. Music and lights are the centerpiece of this year’s tree lightning. Josh Darwen was there talking to the event coordinators.

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