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From public lectures to signature celebrations such as Canada Day, we're honoured to invite our community to the University of Waterloo.

Come in the Doors Open

Each year as part of Doors Open Waterloo Region we invite our community to join us for a special look inside our buildings and to learn more about what goes on at the University of Waterloo.  At our locations this year Waterloo offers the public the opportunity to step inside our doors and learn about the human eye, see medicinal plants, and explore the last industrial plant built on the Grand River. 

Be sure to visit Waterloo’s School of Architecture, School of Optometry, and School of Pharmacy as we open our doors to the public on Saturday September 20, 2014.

Stargazing at Waterloo

Despite the unpredictable weather the stars aligned and the skies cleared just in time for the University of Waterloo’s annual Perseid Stargazing Party.  Over 200 members of the local community joined Waterloo’s Faculty of Science and local Royal Astronomical Society of Canada members as they hosted a stargazing party at the University’s Columbia Lake Fields. 

Jim Goetz, RASC member, teaching crowd to use the RASC star chart to identify constellations

Celebrating cultural diversity on our campus and in our community

Our campus is made up of incredible cultural diversity.  Our students, faculty and staff come from all across the globe to learn, teach, research and contribute to the University of Waterloo and to our community.

Diversity shines high as the University of Waterloo marches in the World Pride Parade

As Katy Perry's hit song Firework filled the air, 150 members of the University of Waterloo community began marching in the World Pride Parade on June 29, 2014.  

30th Canada Day celebration at UWaterloo

The University of Waterloo was pleased to host our community for our 30th annual Canada Day celebrations.

Highlights include musical performances by Steven Page and the Born Ruffians; TVO Kids stage appearances by Kara, Treehouse's Splash and Boots and the Silly People; a daring stunt by magician Scott Hammell; the National Anthem performed by Waterloo's own Chris Hadfield; and of course amazing fireworks.  

Join the University of Waterloo and our Federation of Students for Canada Day 2014

Don your black and gold University of Waterloo gear and come out and celebrate Canada’s 147th birthday, Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at Columbia Lake Fields.  

This year’s celebration will mark the 30thyear of a strong partnership between the University of Waterloo and its Federation of Students, coming together to deliver this fun-filled event as an opportunity to give back to our community each year.

Canada Day 2013: another great year celebrating with our community

Every year, more than 50,000 people join us to celebrate our community and country -- and this year was even bigger and better than before!

But don't take our word for it! Enjoy our highlight reel and photo gallery, and be sure to join us next year as we celebrate our 30th Canada Day Celebrations!

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