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Margaret Avenue bridge to open in September
It will be two years after its demolition, when motorists can finally cross the Margaret Avenue bridge that connects Victoria to Breithaupt Street.
Lear plant to close by 2016
It’s the end of the line for another one of Kitchener’s historic manufacturing plants, Lear, come 2016.
Sports
Adam Jackson photo
Renegades storm on
It’s almost automatic now. The Grand River Renegades girls soccer team is headed to the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics Association finals.
On the hunt for treasure
The Kitchener-Waterloo Gymnastics Club is one of the longest serving in Canada and it just keeps on trucking.
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De Boer’s treasures: baby raccoons
Four baby bandits snooze, while my camera-flashes, lighting up the inside of their cozy home. As with most raccoon dens, this one was in the hollow of an aging tree.
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A meal fit for a king
It was a favourite on the tables of the ancient Greeks and Romans and they are for us a signal that spring is finally here.
Opinion
Mayfair Hotel is the last straw
The demolition of the 110-year--old landmark, the Mayfair Hotel, should be the final straw for those who want to preserve some of the city’s built heritage.
Truth in advertising a casualty of government
The truth in advertising is if federal politicians and their provincial cousins want to spend taxpayers’ money to get their message out, it should come out of their own damn pockets if it’s purely partisan propaganda.

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Renegades storm on

It’s almost automatic now. The Grand River Renegades girls soccer team is headed to the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics Association finals.

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