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De Boer's treasures: Ghostbusters vehicle
Last month, Don Cookney and his Ghostbusters vehicle paid a visit to the Kitchener Home Depot Store on Gateway Park Drive.
Time to pay attention because we are
t was a chance to set a new tone and direction of how council sessions are handled at Kitchener City Hall. But by the end of Monday’s committee meetings, it was a lot of the same old same old around the horseshoe.

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Break at the pumps is only temporary
Like many readers, I have been keeping an eye on gas prices these past few days, cheering them on as they rushed towards the $1 mark — going down, instead of up.
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De Boer’s treasures: An-225
With a maximum takeoff weight of 640 tons, it was awe-inspiring to witness this big bird take flight.
Celebrating an immigrant story
He came to Canada as a two year old and part of a wave of migration escaping Communist rule in eastern Europe in the 1960s.
Housing first will make a difference
Waterloo Region has launched a pilot project to tackle local homelessness that uses the housing first strategy, and it couldn’t have come at a better tim
Region talking trash again
If the big debate of the previous council was light rail transit, the big issue for this council to debate may be garbage and how it should be handled
Let Voices Carry fundraiser be our response to Cosby show
That’s right, a stage in Sin City has said no to the show. But here in Kitchener? The show must go on.
De Boer's treasures: Burgess Memorial Church
The picturesque town of Bala is home to one of the most beautiful stone churches in Ontario. It is nestled on a small island right in the middle of town, surrounded by the rush of water pouring from Lake Muskoka into the Moon River.
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La Yapa: Sapodillas
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La Yapa: Sapodillas
Today marks the day in 1869 that W.F. Semple was issued the first chewing gum patent. That little pleasure — chomping on gum — has been around a long time.
Secret Santas all around the world
As Christmas approaches, as usual, I have no idea what to get for close family and friends.
Poorly timed flat tire was a blessing
I can report that, sometimes, small disasters are blessings in disguise. I’m also pleased to report you can still depend on the kindness of strangers in this city.
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De Boer's treasures: Lemp Studio Collection
Last week’s story touched on the Lemp Studio Collection in the village of Tavistock.
The show goes on despite the protest
The most phone calls, letters and e-mails the Post has ever received on an issue involves the plan to rename Civic Square in honour of outgoing Mayor Carl Zehr.
Have your say on how we get around
With all of the attention the Ion light-rail project is getting, it’s easy to forget the rest of the region is due for transit improvements.
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La Yapa: mayonnaise
Recently, there has been a tempest in a mayonnaise jar.
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De Boer's treasures: Quehl's
There is no place quite like Quehl’s of Tavistock, where owner Cindy Larsen runs a restaurant and catering business. She is a local history buff who has created a unique vintage atmosphere inside her restaurant.
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