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Bringing the beat
J-Sun leads a drumming circle at the annual Link Picnic Festival at Victoria Park on Sunday. The festival, which embraces African and Caribbean culture, featured authentic music, food and clothing.
Syringe handout review
The Region of Waterloo will get a report about their needle distribution program after a recent delegation slammed the current model for distributing the syringes like Cheerios to children.

Should the Region of Waterloo have a one-for-one needle exchange?

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The world's best "[...] That ceremony is just the start of a full night to kick off the 2014 International Softball Congress World Fastball tournament, which officially starts on Saturday. It runs until Aug. 16. Click here to read the entire article at the Kitchener P"
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Police focus on safety this week
The long weekend marks the start of a busy time for the Waterloo Region Police Service.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 9: Frank Etherington
After 40 years as a journalist, Frank Etherington made the jump to city council four years ago when he won a seat to represent Ward 9.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 9: Tessa Jennison
With a degree in urban planning from the University of Waterloo behind her, Tessa Jennison believes she can bring a fresh perspective to city council, backed by expertise.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 9: Terry Ross
Terry Ross was motivated to run for city council after appearing as a delegate multiple times this year.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 9: Steve Strohack
Steve Strohack wants to encourage smart growth, new jobs and active communication between city hall and residents as a city councillor for Ward 9.
City to review Centre in the Square’s mandate
After Centre in the Square ran a more than $1-million deficit in 2013, Kitchener city council has agreed to review the goals of the city-owned facility.
City pushes for homelessness task force
In the wake of four locations withdrawing from the Out of the Cold emergency shelter program, Kitchener city council is calling for the creation of a joint task force with the Region of Waterloo, social agencies and community partners to deal with both short-term and long-term housing solutions for homeless people.
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Big dig
Trains will be rolling through Kitchener and Waterloo as early as the start of 2017, but they won’t be passenger-ready until the fall.
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Canine circus
Pickles, a one-year-old red Boston Terrier, performs for a crowd of excited kids during the Ultimutts show at Kidspark on Sunday.
Out of the Cold dwindles
Out of the Cold, which provides overnight shelter and hot meals to homeless people, has lost its fourth site this year.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 8: Zyg Janecki
Zyg Janecki, a former city planner, says the public doesn’t get to see most of the work he does because it happens largely behind the scenes.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 8: Margaret Johnston
After four years as a Waterloo Region District School Board trustee, Margaret Johnston is running to represent Ward 8.
Manitou Drive decision deferred
Regional council deferred a final decision on Manitou Drive improvements this week, in order to fully investigate a left turn lane onto Wabanaki Drive.
Creative Enterprise Initiative releases financial information online
In a bid to decrease confusion, Creative Enterprise Initiative has posted financial information on their website.
Catholic School Board names interim director
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) has named Michael Schmitt as interim director of education as of Sept. 1, replacing outgoing director Larry Clifford.
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Can you dig it?
Regional Chair Ken Seiling, Coun. Jim Wideman and Ontario Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca took part in the official groundbreaking ceremony for the Ion light rail transit project Thursday at the Dutton Street operations, maintenance and storage facility in Waterloo.
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