Wilfrid Laurier University’s special constable service is working with Waterloo Regional Police Services (WRPS) to increase security presence after hundreds of students took part in an unsanctioned gathering. The WRPS has reported that damage to property and people was sustained at the gathering. WLU Vice-President of Student Affairs Ivan Joseph issued a letter to students that the school may pursue disciplinary action against those involved in the gathering, as the WRPS and special constables are looking through video to identify participants. He also expressed disappointment in those who participated “in behaviour that is dangerous to our community.” WRPS have created a plan to respond as more large gatherings are expected to take place over the coming weekend. CBC| WLU Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.