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 Senior Editors: Jeremy Morse, Muna Aden, Gabrielle Nadeau and Julien Bernier


AC Perth's carpentry program helps local pony rescue
by Carol Goddard

Since September 2021, wood shavings have been donated to Willow Creek Stables from the Perth Campus of Algonquin College.

Operated by Korrine Affleck and Wayne Jordan, Willow Creek Stables is located just outside of this North Lanark community and is a rescue and breeding farm for the Newfoundland Pony.

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson shared a never-before heard story during an exclusive interview with the Algonquin Times on Thursday, Nov. 4.

Watson was asked about how voters may have interacted differently with him after coming out in a 2019 Ottawa Citizen Column. He recalled a very positive reception to the news, being stopped in the streets and reached out to online.

“I did get a lot of emails, and tweets and so on,” said Watson. “Ninety-five per cent of it was very positive.”


Many students are confused about how to use LinkedIn. Some think of it as a social media platform, such as Facebook, while others see it as a job portal. Both assumptions are correct. However, there is a distinction between the two: Unlike Facebook, professionals use LinkedIn because it offers individuals more opportunities than just searching for job openings.

For many, music is a significant source of entertainment and inspiration, so we wanted to see what the students at Algonquin College are listening to. From listening to sad songs to go through feelings of grief, getting woken up by loud songs and using chill sounds to study, here’s what the Algonquin students are listening to right now.


The Students’ Association at Algonquin College is in the beginning stages of research to find out if students would like to see the campus washrooms supplied with menstrual dispensers.

Currently, Algonquin College's Health Services is providing free menstrual products for students through Free the Tampon at the Wellness and Equity Centre, the SA Food Cupboard, the Mamidosewin Centre, counselling services on the third floor of E-Building and other locations on campus.

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