About the author  ⁄ Dylan Veenhof

I'm a third-year journalism student at Mohawk College with a three-year background in media communications from Brock University. I aim for dedicated, quality journalism that applies across a multitude of this vast media world. My particular journalistic passion falls under anything involving on-air/on-camera action.

Mohawk College has a variety of options for alleviating stress on the mind and body. One involves visiting the Massage Therapy Student Clinic. Students, staff and the general public can stop by to receive massage treatment services from student massage technicians. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative ...

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Filip Laporcak has lived an exceptional life in his pursuit of mixed martial arts (MMA) glory. A passion for the sport and elite-level performances have led the 25-year-old into top-contender status as an amateur fighter in Canada. According to international MMA database company Tapology, he has positioned himself as the ...

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Since its establishment in 2014, St. Catharines’ Meridian Centre has hosted hockey, curling and basketball games. But the arena, and many others like it across Ontario, haven’t played a part in hosting any mixed martial art (MMA) events, even though the combat sport became legal in the province in 2010. Rogers Centre, ...

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne arrived at Tabor Manor retirement home in St.Catharines on Thursday (Nov. 9) to continue her discussion on government plans to aid Ontario’s seniors. The plan, entitled “Aging with Confidence,” outlines the shifting needs of a population that is becoming Ontario’s fastest-growing age group (65 years and ...

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Staying up late, eating the wrong foods and inflammation conditions are reportedly affecting Canadians now more than ever. In October, the Peanut Mill, a health food store in St Catharines, Ont. offered healthcare advice with a public seminar dedicated to the growing number of Canadians dealing with chronic sleep, digestive ...

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On Sept. 28, Mohawk College hosted an information session featuring residential school survivor Karen Hill. The visit was in commemoration of the upcoming Orange Shirt Day, held annually on Sept.30, and recognizes the kind of problems people experienced in forced residential schooling at the hands of the Canadian government and ...

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