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Maamawi Waterloo Storytelling Project

Maamawi is an Ojibway word meaning “bringing together,” or just “together,” as it applies to things that are alive — water, plants, animals, birds and fish […]

WWR Celebrates Day of Pink (Photos!)

On April 10th in honour of Day of Pink, Canadians nationwide wore pink to raise awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of […]

Sikh New Year is April 14th

Vaisakhi (also called Baisakhi) marks the start of the Punjabi New Year for Sikhs in Northern India, and all over the world. Vaisakhi is celebrated […]

Day of Pink

Join us April 10th as Canadians nationwide wear PINK to raise awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying. The Day of […]

Happy Nowruz!

Persian New Year, or Nowruz (pronounced no-rooz), is celebrated by millions of people worldwide of various religious and cultural backgrounds. The 3,000 year old celebration […]

Happy Holi!

The festival of Holi – also known as the festival of colours – is celebrated by Hindus all over the world. It’s a vibrant celebration […]

Tea and Tales with Muslim Women

Wellbeing Waterloo Region, in collaboration with Coalition of Muslim Women of KW (CMW-KW), would like to invite you to Tea and Tales with Muslim Women. […]