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De Boer's treasures
Cathy and Dave Payne from Melbourne wanted a house pet, so they brought home an eight-week-old, 22-pound Great Dane who they named Morgan.
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Unveiling the region’s secret spaces
Discovering the historical and cultural treasures in your own backyard has always been the mission of Doors Open Waterloo Region, and the 12th annual event this Saturday will be no different.
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Friday, September, 19, 2014 - 6:06:10 PM
Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Robert Milligan "[...] year, there are seven candidates, including incumbent Seiling, Milligan, Jay Aissa, Oscar Cole-Arnal, Moira-Sharon Magee, Paul Myles and John Wolf. All candidates except [...]"
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Friday, September, 19, 2014 - 4:04:44 PM
Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Moira-Sharon Magee "[...] there are seven candidates, including incumbent Seiling, Milligan, Jay Aissa, Oscar Cole-Arnal, Moira-Sharon Magee, Paul Myles and John Wolf. All candidates except Myles answered an e-mailed [...]"
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Friday, September, 19, 2014 - 4:04:29 PM
Kitchener Votes Regional chair: Ken Seiling "[...] year, there are seven candidates, including incumbent Seiling, Milligan, Jay Aissa, Oscar Cole-Arnal, Moira-Sharon Magee, Paul Myles and John Wolf. All [...]"
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La Yapa: Word On The Street
The word on the street (and online) is that Kitchener’s Word On The Street (WOTS) book and magazine festival, which celebrates reading and advocates for literacy, will feature lots of food and drink.
FYI lifestyle show hits Waterloo Region Museum this Sunday
Forever Young Information, Canada’s adult lifestyle publication, is holding its 2014 Lifestyle Show Sept. 21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Waterloo Region Museum, 10 Huron Rd., Kitchener.
KOI Music Festival brings more than 100 bands
This year’s KOI Music Festival will feature more than 100 bands, eight unique food vendors and charity partners.
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Take the leftovers home
Recently, I’ve been focusing on reducing food waste generated by our household: we try to buy less food and in more manageable amounts that don’t end up green binned.
Word on the Street adds bite
Word on the Street is celebrating its 14th year in Kitchener by adding some bite.
Family fun at ball hockey tournament
Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region is hosting a community ball hockey tournament on Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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De Boer’s treasures
This 1904 Mitchell Hearse is one of the most unusual vehicles in the Canadian Transportation Museum. It was built in Ingersoll by the Mitchell Wagon Company, which started operations in 1897.
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Fall forecast
The fall is going to be fantastic weather wise, making up for a disappointing summer and giving more people a reason to visit the area’s fall festivals and explore what’s happening in their own backyard.
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Peace, love and understanding
About six years ago, what was then Club Renaissance hosted a chorus performance for the LGBTQ community.
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De Boer’s treasures
The Canadian Transportation Museum near Essex has three J. M. Schneider delivery trucks on permanent display. All three vehicles are painted in the company’s signature blue and orange colours like this 1950 Chevrolet delivery truck. This promotional vehicle was restored for the 100th anniversary of Schneiders Foods, then donated to the museum.
La Yapa: Fall food fundraisers
Late summer, and the crisp autumn that is just around the corner, translates into fall fairs and harvest festivals, from Arthur to Walkerton and dozens of places in between.
Pooches make waves at Bingeman’s
Bingeman’s is going to the dogs on Sunday (Aug. 7) for its annual fundraiser for the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society.
City accepting Artist-in-Residence applications
Artists working in any discipline can now apply for the city’s Artist-in-Residence program.
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When technical disaster strikes
It all started 10 years ago when Adam Smith was working for a bunch of fly-by-night information technology companies and was tired of the lack of professionalism and customer service available in the computer support space.
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De Boer’s treasures: bullfrog
The bullfrog is the largest frog in North America.
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La yapa: limes
Today is the birthday of Sir Gilbert Blane, born in 1749 (he died June 26, 1834).
 
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