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Get a grip
More than 4,000 competitors took part in the Badass Dash at Chicopee Ski and Summer Resort last Saturday.
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Will strike delay LRVs?
Although the nine-week strike at Bombardier’s Thunder Bay plant officially ended last Friday, one union representative said it could impact the region’s light-rail vehicles, to be delivered in 2016.
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Friday, September, 19, 2014 - 4:04:44 PM
Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Moira-Sharon Magee "[...] there are seven candidates, including incumbent Seiling, Milligan, Jay Aissa, Oscar Cole-Arnal, Moira-Sharon Magee, Paul Myles and John Wolf. All candidates except Myles answered an e-mailed [...]"
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Friday, September, 19, 2014 - 4:04:29 PM
Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Ken Seiling "[...] year, there are seven candidates, including incumbent Seiling, Milligan, Jay Aissa, Oscar Cole-Arnal, Moira-Sharon Magee, Paul Myles and John Wolf. All [...]"
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Sunday, September, 07, 2014 - 2:02:23 PM
Kitchener Votes Ward 10: James Howe "[...] Here are some excerpts from the Kitchener Post’s profile of me: [...]"
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Manitou segregated bike lanes cause strife at regional council
Despite some strong opposition in council chambers Wednesday night, Region of Waterloo councillors voted unanimously to install sidewalks and the region’s first segregated bike lanes on Manitou Drive.
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Kitchener Votes: Regional chair
Region of Waterloo Chair Ken Seiling faces the largest race for a directly elected chair in the region’s history.
About 3,000 residents weigh in on city’s strategic goals
Almost 3,000 people have given their input on the future direction of the City of Kitchener.
No cash grants for residents battling termite infestations
Residents of the Laurentian Hills neighbourhood won’t be getting any cash grants from the City of Kitchener to deal with termites.
City settles with CUPE workers
After meeting with a provincially appointed mediator, the City of Kitchener and CUPE Local 791 have reached a contract agreement.
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Community association contributes $30,000 to school playground
When it came to designing a new playground for St. Daniel Catholic Elementary School, some special experts were called in to help.
City to establish minimum distance between high-rise towers
A development dispute has brought to the forefront an issue that could impact Kitchener’s future intensification — minimum distances required between high-rises.
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Robert Milligan
We arrived in Waterloo Region in 1974, lived mostly in New Dundee, and raised two children.
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Moira-Sharon Magee
Living in the region for the 30 years our current career chair has sat, I’ve experienced much.
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Jay Aissa
When Jay was 19, Queen Elizabeth II offered sponsorships to help people immigrate to Canada. Jay realized that coming to Canada would allow him the opportunity to build a strong future and realize his dreams
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Oscar Cole-Arnal
An ex-American I was born 73 years ago in a blue collar town in western Pennsylvania of parents from working-class families.
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Ken Seiling
I was raised in Elmira where I still live with my wife Kathryn. We has five children and 8 grandchildren.
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Kitchener Votes Regional chair: John Wolf
I was born in Kitchener and grew up in Waterloo. English is my third language. I attended Brighton, MacGregor and W.C.I. in the public school in Waterloo.
Spur rail to finally get trail
After trudging on a pathway along the Waterloo Spur Line, residents can finally see the end after the region voted to enter negotiations with Metrolinx to create a multi-use trail.
Councillor’s expenses handed over to police
Region of Waterloo council voted to involve police after finding that Woolwich Mayor Todd Cowan double billed the region and the township for more than $2,770 in expenses.
Region takes the reins on homelessness task force
Rather than creating a new homelessness task force, city councillors voted to support the Region of Waterloo’s current engagement.
 
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