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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.
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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.
Music Fest brings in $3.5 million
The City of Kitchener is estimating Big Music Fest, held in McLennan Park in July, had an estimated $3.5-million economic impact.
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Weber Street opening delayed
Residents waiting for Weber Street to open today are going to have to wait another week.
City considers trail upgrades
Upgrading the infrastructure at the city’s primary trail entrances and road crossings could cost $1.5 million over the next 10 years.
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Kitchener Votes Mayoral Race: Dan Glenn-Graham
After four years as a city councillor representing Ward 10, Dan Glenn-Graham wants to be mayor of Kitchener.
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Kitchener Votes Mayoral Race: Peter Martin
Peter Martin says he’s thrown his chef’s hat into the race for mayor to streamline the implementation of light rail transit, promote economic development and also to keep an eye on how the city spends tax dollars.
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Soggy dog
A dog takes the plunge at the Surf Dog event at Bingeman’s on Sunday.
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Kitchener Votes Mayoral Race: James Rhodes
After looking over the campaigns of mayoral candidates, one thing bothered James Rhodes — the assumption of continued property tax increases.
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Kitchener Votes Mayoral Race: Berry Vrbanovic
Berry Vrbanovic says the City of Kitchener has been successful at revitalizing the downtown and creating economic renewal, and he wants to continue that trend as mayor.
Taking the active pledge
More than all other communities, 30 candidates from around the region have signed the Active Communities Pledge.
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GO Transit and land issues must be resolved for successful LRT: Fife
With the official groundbreaking of light rail transit now complete, Kitchener-Waterloo MPP Catherine Fife says two items must still be settled in order for the project to be successful.
Shelter evictions judged case by case
Threatening behaviour, brandishing a weapon or on-site drug use or alcohol consumption can get you thrown out of Kitchener shelters.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 10: James Howe
James Howe is a lifelong resident of Ward 10 who has frequently attended city council meetings and voiced his opinions as a volunteer and blogger.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 10: Adam Kochanski
Adam Kochanski decided to run for a council seat in Ward 10 because he wants to improve the lives of residents.
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Kitchener Votes Ward 10: Sarah Marsh
For the last eight years, Sarah Marsh has volunteered with Compass Kitchener, a citizen group that helps set the city’s strategic priorities and later evaluates whether those goals were met.
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New police chief aims to be “community builder”
Newly minted Waterloo Regional Police Service Chief Bryan Larkin has been known to joke that he grew up in the service’s ranks and became a frequent guest in the office of the top cop.
 
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