This week on Spoke TV we take a look at the upsetting bus crash of the on April 6 which killed 16 players and staff and injured 13 others from the Humboldt Broncos team, took Canadians down a emotional path and has unexpectedly brought people closer. We look at the impact this tragedy had in our community. Guelph is one of the four locations that is going have one of the first legal marijuana stores. Print Journalism, is changing as the last edition of Spoke newspaper was printed this Monday, now lets welcome digital Spoke news. Pride Stables has been conducting horse riding lessons for the disabled for decades. For these people horse riding bring a sense of independence and warmth. The University of Waterloo launched the Artificial Intelligence Hub which is a is a joint venture with the engineering and the mathematics department. The hub is set to contribute 15.7trillion dollars to the global economy. One Roof youth services helped the “Homeless in Waterloo organization” showcase artwork and their talents at the Kitchener City hall on April 8th. Our film reviewer Nadia Elward takes a closer look at the movie Blockers. Homer Watson house and gallery celebrated Community Appreciation Day. Winners from the KW Community got an opportunity to show their art pieces.
– April 20, 2018Posted in: SpokeTV