OK, so apparently I’m behind on all the newest and latest and greatest and coolest social media stuffs. But a while ago I did get tumblr.

My tumblr OMGCEOs exhibits photographs of CEOs describing the size/shape/width/roundness/flatness etc. of their penis. Basically it’s hilarious and fun. Also my first entry was a KW former CEO that we all know and love. Follow me, tweet nme, facebook me! Thanks!


Ok lovely folks. Contest time.

Just for Laughs is coming to the Center in the Square on Nov 6. If you like to laugh you should go. Now Capital One is sponsoring this tour and giving one of you lucky people a chance to win an awesome prize pack. It includes a bunch of Just for Laughs swag, AND $100 at Sole Restaurant and Wine Bar. Pretty sweet.

All you need to do is comment with an awesome, funny, hilarious, or even lame joke about Canada. Special Bonus Points go to those who make a joke about Kitchener or Waterloo. (Disclaimer: Special Bonus Points do not affect the outcome of the contest, as it is a random draw. The Special Bonus Points will come in the form of an email from me, tell you that you are special, and get bonus points.) Also you will need to provide a REAL email address, or else we have no way of reaching you if you win. And if you will, you’ll have to answer a skill testing question. Ok Good luck to all, and let’s hear your best/worst Canada jokes.

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Legal stuffs:

While you may not be a stand-up comedian, you could be a winner in the Capital One Stand Up Stand Off contest on Facebook! All you have to do is go to the Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CapitalOneCanada, watch the videos and see if you can pick the most crowd-pleasing comedian. While there, enter the contest for your chance to win an LG entertainment bundle (valued at approximately $2,500). There will also be fun prizes and gift cards up for grabs throughout the contest (nine prize packs valued at approximately $125-$145), so be sure to visit often! The Stand Up Stand Off contest kicks off October 24 and runs until November 14, 2012. See contest rules for more details.

No purchase necessary. Open to Canadian residents (excluding Quebec) who have reached the age of majority in their province or territory. Enter the Canada Eh? Contest for your chance to win a Laughing All the Way to the Bank give away package worth approximately $125 CDN. Prize packs include a $100 gift card to a local restaurant, a Just For Laughs Gag DVD and a DVD featuring one of the tour’s comedians and a Just for Laughs mascot plush toy. Any part of the give away package may be substituted for one of equal or greater value. To enter, write a comment below with a joke about Canada. Contest
opens October 29, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. EST and closes November 14,2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Chances of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Skill-testing question required.


Local opera singer Emilio Fina is one of twelve finalists on Canada’s Got Talent. Now I may be biased, because I know the guy and he’s a super nicer person, but I also think he happens to have some talent up his sleeves too! He’s a Mannheim (basically a dot on the map between Kitchener and New Hamburg).

Tune in May 13 (this Sunday) at 8p.m. on CityTV and vote!

What do you think?

This guy needs your votes so tune in, call, click, tweet, facebook this local our support!

1. VOTE ONLINE at www.canadasgottalent.com and click “Vote”

2. TEXT “VOTE” to the # assigned to Emilio if you are a ROGERS SUBSCRIBER

3. PHONE in your vote at the 1-855 number that will be assigned to EMILIO after he performs!

4. FACEBOOK – go to the Canada’s Got Talent page and click the “vote now” tab!

5. TWITTER your vote to EMILIO by tweeting: “@CGTCitytv #CGT????” Emilio’s number replacing the ????


reThink Waterloo 2012 offers an engaging full-day environmental conference that will inspire and explore new business opportunities for corporate leaders in the Region of Waterloo and surrounding area.

This conference aims to highlight the knowledge and experience of leading professionals who have
embedded sustainability into their organization or have helped other businesses to improve their
footprint. Through the experiences of these leaders we will explore the ethical implications of
environmental change, the economic opportunities, and the brand value and reputation shift that
comes with the authentic integration of sustainability into an organization’s vision.

 www.rethinkwaterloo.org

Date: Friday, May 11, 2012
Time: 8am-3pm
Location: The Waterloo Inn, 475 King Street North, Waterloo
Cost: $100 (+HST) before April 16th
$125 (+HST) after April 16th
Register: http://www.sustainablewaterlooregion.ca/register


We feel the impacts of the global arms trade in our community. We have an arms manufacturer in our local economy, we are host to refugees and refugee claimants fleeing countries of violent conflict.

The arms trade is globalized, no doubt. But its impacts are affecting communities worldwide. Project Ploughshares and the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies present a series of three stories depicting the impact of the global arms trade.

April 4 at 7p.m. in the Great Hall at Conrad Grebel University College. Register Here!