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Out of the Cold closures serve as a wake-up call
The closure of four Out of the Cold sites brings to mind a story that has nothing to do with homelessness, but may illustrate some of our problems in dealing with this issue.
Realizing the importance of play
Eby Park might seem like one of those inconsequential neighbourhood parks that only the locals get excited about.

Should parents immunize their kids?

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De Boer’s treasures
The city of St. Thomas was known as the railway capital of Canada, with as many as 30 trains a day passing through the Canada Southern Railway Station during the 1920s.
Self-driving cars aren’t the answer to public transit woes
I am an optimist. I like to look at the future and dwell less on the challenges and more on the wonderful things our grandchildren will find commonplace.
Principled stand against killer robots
It’s the science fiction that a lot of us grew up on: killer robots that wreak havoc on mankind.
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De Boer's treasures: sidewalk sale
There are some crafty kids in our neighbourhood who held a sidewalk sale.
La yapa: food waste
How much food do you waste?
Vegas vows elicit mixed reactions
Don’t judge me, but I’m getting married in Las Vegas.
There’s no place like home, but some are similar
As I type this, we have been in the United States for 11 days and are about to start our journey home. By the time you read this, we should be just a couple of hours away from the Ontario-Michigan border.
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De Boer's treasures: Model A Fords
Bolton resident Jack Langen has been a Model A Ford enthusiast since 1964.
Tell me about a time you were awesome
The interview is a very necessary and stressful part of the job search process. It allows you and the employer to learn more about each other and to determine whether there is a good fit.
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De Boer's treasures: Linotype
Sitting in front of a 1950 Linotype is Heather Murphy, historical interpreter at the Mackenzie Printery and Newspaper Museum.
Better co-ordination needed for housing
There’s just one caveat to creating more affordable housing in Waterloo Region.
La yapa: cook shortage
Waterloo Region is growing.
Region depends on Toronto until we make a name for ourselves
Travel can be a humbling experience, especially if you are a Canadian travelling in the United States.
Awaiting Act Two for Centre in the Square
With the curtain now drawn back on perilous financial problems at Centre in the Square, serious questions are emerging from the wings.
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.
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.
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