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Anna is a special girl we took a chance on at the K-W Humane Society.
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Three baby elephants at African Lion Safari mill about, while the adults take turns pulling down clumps of hay from a suspended net.
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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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Celebration of Canadian music coming to Centre in the Square
Oh Canada What A Feeling! the feel-good rockumentary that celebrates the musical legacy of this country is coming to the Centre in the Square Oct. 20 for a limited engagement.
Alzheimer society meets
The Alzheimer Society of Waterloo Wellington will hold its second annual general meeting with the focus on living safely in the community Sept. 14.
Laurie Snell photo
Getting in sync
Film director Lyndon Horsfall was sitting in the Communitech hub, brainstorming production ideas with his friend and writer, Duncan Finnigan, when he had an idea for a modern Kitchener-based television show.
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.
Paul Barrie photo
Reflecting on 15 years of blues
Kitchener's Blues Festival celebrated 15 years last weekend.
Andrew Coppolino
The sandwich zeitgeist
Everyone loves a good sandwich; hell, everyone loves a mediocre sandwich.
Arts Fund calling for 2015 fall grant applications
The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund board of directors will host an open house for grant applications Aug. 18 from 5 to 7 p.m. to provide tips ahead of the fall 2015 round.
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De Boer’s treasures: Dis-a-Ray
It was easy to find the Dis-a-Ray Antiques shop in downtown Guelph.
LK Photography Photo
Next to Normal challenges stigma of mental illness
A musical that tackles the stigma around mental illness doesn’t sound like your usual summer production.
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An arresting experience
It takes a lot of sacrifice to be a police officer, but one Waterloo region sergeant may have gone far beyond the line of duty.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Maxmobile
The Maxmobile is the first gasoline-powered car in North America, invented completely by one man. His name is David A. Maxwell, a blacksmith who founded Maxwell’s Carriage Works in the village of Watford.
La yapa: cevaps
Is it my imagination, or are cevaps becoming more popular in Kitchener? These tasty sausages seem to be more and more prevalent in restaurants around the city.
Blues Festival goes big
Kitchener’s Blues Festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary in style, as it prepares for its biggest and most popular lineup ever.
Next to Normal plays at the Registry
A Tony award and Pulitzer Prize winning musical will take the stage at the Registry Theatre in August.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: Ellis Pioneer Chapel
The Ellis Pioneer Chapel in Puslinch Township is a popular spot for summer weddings.
 
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