Welcome to SpokeTV your weekly news show. Today we talk about Kathleen Wynne visiting Conestoga College, taking a tour and talking with students about the practical experience they are getting. And, the population of Waterloo Region has seen some very large population growth. The growth was the 14th largest amongst Canadian cities. Also, in Guelph, Amy Lalonde – who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder – has recently adopted a horse named Odin. The horse helps her through Equine Therapy, but neighbours were not all on board with Lalonde keeping a horse in her backyard. And for those that have issues with mental health, there is now a kit that can help wherever you are. The PASS kit is a self-care tool for people to help manage their anxiety, panic and stress. Also, today we visit the KW Granite Club, a club with a program for visually impaired curlers. Regardless of how little sight they have, there is always a chance for curlers to be able to play. We also give a sneak peak at March Madness basketball and were on location for Conestoga’s annual Polar Plunge.