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$13 dollars paid for two hours of free parking
A very concerning thing happened when trying to resolve a parking ticket (received in Galt).
What’s wrong with full employment?
The C.D. Howe Institute has urged the Canadian government to create 75,000 jobs by running a small deficit.
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Monday, August, 18, 2014 - 2:02:12 PM
Kitchener Votes Ward 7: Harald Drewitz "This sounds very good to me. It is exactly what we need. Accountability,transparency and controlled spending."
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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 [...]"
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Clearpath Robotics open letter against Killer Robots
To the people against killer robots: we support you. This technology has the potential to kill indiscriminately and to proliferate rapidly; early prototypes already exist. Despite our continued involvement with Canadian and international military research and development, Clearpath Robotics believes that the development of killer robots is unwise, unethical, and should be banned on an international scale.
Kitchener proved itself with Big Music Fest
The biggest stage in North America has now been dismantled. The tour buses have left town. McLennan Park has been cleaned up and returned to the community. And, the tens of thousands who celebrated in Kitchener went back to their regular lives, with stories and one even has a cherished tattoo. Now is the time we start asking: what are the takeaways from Big Music Fest?
Single-family homes being converted for student housing
Councillor Yvonne Fernandes has been very supportive of our concerns at city hall, however, she is fighting a lone battle against the rest of city council. A group of residents had been communicating with bylaw and Kitchener city council for approximately eight years, expressing our concerns that our lovely neighbourhood was becoming Waterloo’s Northdale in the Lower Doon district of Kitchener.
Time to tackle the affordable housing issue
RE: Senior homelessness a growing concern; July 18
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.
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?
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.
Citizens need to be involved in sidewalk process
I regularly choose walking as my method of transportation.
Airport growth must be for the well being of the community
Frankly, I was surprised, correction, I was disgusted by the reported anguish by certain local councillors about the airport’s difficulties in finding or even retaining flights and businesses.
Affordable housing wait list should be tailored to need
Ontario uses the 30 per cent of income measure for affordable housing.
No great choices this provincial election
So let me get this right, these are our only choices?
NDP conspicuously silent on working poor
Thank you to Bob Vrbanac for his May 16 article “Who speaks for the working poor?”
Canada must continue global vaccine spending
Long thought by most people to belong to the bad old days of polio and smallpox, measles is making a resurgence in Canada due to complacency of the public about vaccinations.
Competitive economy depends on skilled trades
On behalf of the Ontario College of Trades, I would like to congratulate Conestoga College Institute of Tech. and Advanced Learning for its participation in the 2014 Ontario Technological Skills Competition.
Flying rainbow flag opens door to discrimination
Mayor Carl Zehr and the majority of city council were correct in their decision to deny LGBTQ a special right.
 
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