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Public consultation empowers residents, lessens fear
It sounds like Big Music Fest went well. Thousands attended, fun was had, and the residents in the host community felt their experience was generally positive.
Connecting them to nature
The City of Kitchener is creating a new natural play space in the Huron Natural Area that will use some of the features of the area to spark children’s imaginations.

Would you take your kids to a natural playscape?

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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 10:10:32 PM
Property owners get their wish by avoiding heritage list "[...] property owners in Kitchener dodged the bullet and kept their properties off the heritage list last week. That’s [...]"
Comment by Heritage homes, Margaret Avenue bridge and spam. This is the Marshall Report | KW Real Estate News
Monday, July, 07, 2014 - 6:06:36 AM
Cycling advisory committee gets new name and new direction "Yes, it's also very important to discuss the walkability of our sidewalks. Snow clearing in winter, and more shade trees, would make it much easier for those who must walk everywhere - especially seniors but not only seniors. I hope the new advisor"
Comment by Eleanor
Sunday, July, 06, 2014 - 2:02:49 PM
Be careful of promises made "[...] Be careful of promises made -Editorial in  Kitchener Post [...]"
Comment by Keep city's commitment to replace Margaret Ave. bridge quickly - James HOWE
My own social media sensation
It had all the trappings of a social media event with an audience texting and tweeting while smartphones captured video evidence.
Time to tackle the affordable housing issue
RE: Senior homelessness a growing concern; July 18
Joe Coppolino Photo
La yapa: food events
As July enters its last week in the summer of 2014, the food events just keep rolling along.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Lundy's Lane
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the bloodiest battle during the war of 1812.
Bring on the competition
Having a single voice in any political race isn’t ideal in a democracy.
Big Music Fest full of moments
When I purchased Aerosmith’s album Toys In The Attic in the spring of 1975, there were two things I simply did not know.
Use street names to honour history and community
I wish we paid more attention to our street names in this region. This is not a repeat complaint about the confusing arrangement of our streets, but about how we name or rename them.
Canadian pride should be displayed with flags
Why don’t people in this great country of ours display the Canadian flag like they display flags during the World Cup?
Accessibility problems abound on local buses
There is a growing problem with Grand River Transit and their handling of disabled customers.
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De Boer’s treasures: Grand River Queen
The Grand River Queen is one of three tour boats operated by Blain Albin and his sister Dana Johnson, whose parents John and Luella founded Grand River Dinner Cruises 36 years ago
Community must offer cheaper child care in summer
You never truly understand or respect the work your parents did for you as a child until you have children of your own.
Some trustees vote against hearing parent delegation
Why was there an attempt to muzzle me at last month’s Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) meeting?
A timely delivery of service
Streamlining delivery of mental health and addiction services couldn’t have come at a better time, with the new Here 24/7 helpline run by the local chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Why Kitchener is still awesome
The 11-day event known as Days of #KWAwesome wraps up tonight with the annual Cruising on King Street classic car parade and show.
Development charges needed for growth of region
Development charges are a necessity to allow cities to provide the extra roads, water and sewage to service new buildings.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Paisley City Mill
Would you like to own 36 scenic acres in the village of Paisley on the Teeswater River?
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