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Cars bogged down by metres of water in the streets of other cities, collapsed roadways and bursting water mains, were just a few the dramatic images city councillors were shown during Monday’s special council meeting. It was meant to warn council just how real the risk is if the city doesn’t implement a strategic plan and rate increases to deal with aging infrastructure.
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Friday, August, 21, 2015 - 6:06:45 PM
The waiting game: affordable housing "[...] food budgets and oblige entire households to go to soup kitchens and food pantries for support.   Related article: St. Catherines Standard – David Seigel   Fighting p"
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The waiting game: Transit for Reduced Income Program "Hello I am not one to judge but I find this article regarding this matter ridiculous, Mr Suter receives OSDP and after rent has 600.00 a month to live on. He accesses the food bank 6 times a year visits soup kitchens 3 to 4 times a week for meals an"
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Let your vote do the talking "When viewing democracy in Dollars and Cents or in Time, please keep in mind those who have fought for our rights in this country - the right to free speech, the right to vote, the right to a secret ballot during elections - especially the war-dead an"
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New bunkies for homeless
Two small, 100-square-foot bunkies are part of a pilot project with the Working Centre to house some of the region’s most vulnerable this winter.
Police receive 50 pocket dials a day
Between kids playing with new and old phones and pocket dials, there are more than 50 accidental 911 calls in the region every day.
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Swinging for the fences
Dave teBoekhorst is ready to get back in the saddle.
Rangers tickets on sale Monday
Single game tickets go on sale to the general public Aug. 31 at 10 a.m. at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium box office and Centre in the Square.
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Pet of the Week
Anna is a special girl we took a chance on at the K-W Humane Society.
DeBoer’s treasures
Three baby elephants at African Lion Safari mill about, while the adults take turns pulling down clumps of hay from a suspended net.
Waiting game is taking too long
Waiting in line can be frustrating. But can you imagine if was not just an inconvenience but a matter of life or death?
We still have a long way to go for labour peace
Some parents breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday when news came down that Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association had reached a tentative deal that would suspend any job action planned for the start of school year.

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Sports | August 26

Swinging for the fences

Dave teBoekhorst is ready to get back in the saddle.