Waterloo Inn

475 King Street North, Waterloo, N2J 2Z5, Canada
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Travel Tips for Waterloo

The Critters

by stevemt

In Waterloo when I was there, I witnessed Chipmunks and squirrels

There a 3 types of squirrels, red, grey and black, and the chipmunks are adoreable.

There was a chipmunk making a home for itself under the front porch where I was staying and the squirrels were everywhere, gathering more food for the winter. (It was Fall over there.)

Students everywhere!

by Arial_27

Waterloo is home to 3 different institutions of post-secondary education; Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Waterloo, and Conestoga College. Its generally a nice university town, and you will see a lot of students around as we probably make up half of the population. (I wouldn't be suprised!)

Mennonites of St. Jacobs

by Faiza-Ifrah

The Mennonites are a group of Anabaptist (opposed to infant baptism) denominations named after and influenced by the teachings and tradition of Menno Simons (1496-1561). Mennonites are committed to nonviolence, nonresistance, and pacifism.

As of 1998, there were about 20 distinct groups of Mennonites active in Southern Ontario. As a result of their dress and modes of transportation (horse and buggy, bicycle), the Old Order Mennonites of Waterloo Region are probably the most distinctive. The majority of Mennonites in southern Ontario, however, cannot be easily distinguished from the rest of society.”
For a historical background of Mennonites, please visit the following website:
http://www.mhsc.ca/index.php?content=http://www.mhsc.ca/mennos/hcanada.html

It is all University games here

by Faiza-Ifrah

The pictures are from the Laurier's Homecoming Game against Western Ontario Mustangs. It was a nippy day that got aggravated by an almost tornado. The fans took shelters during the half-time and then returned to see a close finish.

There are no professional teams in the region. Kitchener Rangers are the only Ontario Junior Hockey League Team and has a devoted following.

Other than the above, it is all about inter and intra University games. Wilfrid Laurier is represented in Canadian Inter-university Sport by the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks. And I am an avid University sports lover.

In 2007 the women's lacrosse team achieved a dynasty status by winning their fifth OUA Ontario University Athletics gold medal in a row. In February 2008, the women's hockey team claimed its fifth gold medal in as many years and seventh since 1998. The women's hockey team won its first CIS national championship in 2005. Both teams have since won sixth consecutive championships in their respective sports, furthering their dynasties.

The football games are marked by intense rivalry between Laurier and Waterloo University and between Laurier and Western Ontario Mustangs. On November 13, 2004, the Golden Hawks football team won the Yates Cup against the McMaster Marauders at University Stadium. It was the sixth Yates Cup victory for Laurier in its history. The game also ended McMaster's four-year Ontario championship winning streak. The men's football team scored a second successive Yates Cup victory in November, 2005, followed by a victory in the Uteck Bowl against Acadia. The Hawks then defeated the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 24-23 to win the 2005 Vanier Cup, their first since 1991.

In 2008 both the men's and women's curling teams won the inaugural CIS Championships and will represent Canada in China at the World University Games. This is Canada from September to November. Therefore, dress for chilly conditions, take umbrellas for adverse weather conditions, camera, blow horns, etc.

Waterloo Area

by GrumpyDiver

"Waterloo, Ontario"

We usually visit here once or twice a year, to visit relatives.

From high-tech (University of Waterloo, Research in Motion (makers of the Blackberry) to a step back in history with covered bridges and Mennonites carrying on their traditional lifestyles, it's a great place for photography.

This Mennonite woman and boy in traditional clothing are typically seen throughout the area, especially in the northern parts of the region.

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