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Behind the cartoon
Watch as the Kitchener Post's cartoonist Patrick LaMontagne draws his latest cartoon.
Waiting game is taking too long
Waiting in line can be frustrating. But can you imagine if was not just an inconvenience but a matter of life or death?
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Friday, August, 21, 2015 - 6:06:45 PM
The waiting game: affordable housing "[...] food budgets and oblige entire households to go to soup kitchens and food pantries for support.  http://www.kitchenerpost.ca/news/the-waiting-game-affordable-housing/   Related article: St. Catherines Standard – David Seigel   Fighting p"
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Friday, August, 21, 2015 - 1:01:06 PM
The waiting game: Transit for Reduced Income Program "Hello I am not one to judge but I find this article regarding this matter ridiculous, Mr Suter receives OSDP and after rent has 600.00 a month to live on. He accesses the food bank 6 times a year visits soup kitchens 3 to 4 times a week for meals an"
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Monday, August, 17, 2015 - 7:07:51 PM
Let your vote do the talking "When viewing democracy in Dollars and Cents or in Time, please keep in mind those who have fought for our rights in this country - the right to free speech, the right to vote, the right to a secret ballot during elections - especially the war-dead an"
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We still have a long way to go for labour peace
Some parents breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday when news came down that Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association had reached a tentative deal that would suspend any job action planned for the start of school year.
Ikea purchase makes Swedish summer memories
Anybody who tells you jigsaw puzzles have gone out of fashion hasn’t shopped at Ikea.
Avoid the temptation to vote strategically
Who are you going to vote for in the upcoming federal election?
Free range chickens will cost you
The chicken has come home to roost for Kitchener city council as the bylaw that governs this type of urban farming undergoes a review.
Nurture beats nature in the world of boys
I’ve been told that little girls are a lot different than little boys, so to test that theory, we had my six-year-old niece Sarah stay with us for a week.
Region should plan ahead when it comes to vacancies
It surprises me that the Region of Waterloo appears to have no set procedure for filling a vacancy on council, but perhaps this isn’t so surprising given the tragedy that helped expose this fact.
Paramedics preferred in an emergency
Firefighters have been taking a beating this year in the papers because of skyrocketing salary increases.
Penalties for public sex need to be enforced
I am shocked to discover this article as I sit down to read the newspaper. The Grand River and its trails are the “areas where men cruise for other men for sex.”
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: Steam train
This Canadian National Railway engine was built in 1940 at the Montreal Locomotive Works. These Northerns supplied North America with dependable freight and passenger service during the war years but were scrapped as diesel power took over in the 1960s.
Andrew Coppolino photo
La Yapa: Peaches
King John of England, born in 1166 or 1167, was said to have been an awful and wicked person.
Let your vote do the talking
A simple request to increase speaking time for councillors and delegations from five to 10 minutes quickly backfired on Monday, confirming what everyone already knows about Kitchener City Council: they waste a lot of time talking.
The city’s great chicken de-BOCK-le
When I arrived back in Huron County more than three years ago to start a full-time job at my parents’ local paper, I got it in my head one day that I should raise chickens.
Funds for maintenance not politically sexy
Twenty years ago, a Toronto subway train departed St. Clair West station heading southbound during the afternoon rush hour.
Our compass is set to due askew
The summer season brings with it one of my favourite past times.
The economy will decide election
The federal election is on and it will be the longest, most expensive election in modern Canadian history.
As a species, we still have a lot to prove
One of the announcements that came out of the funding frenzy before the official kick off to the federal election campaign Sunday, was more money to study the therapeutic impact horses have on soldiers dealing with post-traumatic stress disorders.
 
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