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Dragons’ Den star Wekerle says why he bullish on the region
He lived up to his reputation as a larger-than-life character, whose mile-a-minute banter left his Chamber of Commerce audience trying to keep up.
Melissa Murray
Sign points to the Apollo Cinema
It might be reminiscent of a previous era, but a new sign is pointing cinema-goers to a revitalized movie theatre in downtown Kitchener.
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Clearing snow needs a happy medium "[...] On Tuesday of last week, The Record published a column by Professor Alejandro López-Ortiz calling on our cities to plow sidewalks like they do roads. This week, Kitchener Post columnist James Bow also called on Kitchener to investigate offer"
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Peace out
Kitchener and Waterloo’s mayors hammed it up for the cameras last Friday to support a local peace initiative.
La Yapa: The Berlin
At the moment construction for the LRT started, a restaurant build-out also began at the recently closed Ren 41.
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De Boer's treasures: cast iron water pumps
Bob Daniels, from Burlington, has been collecting and refurbishing cast iron water pumps for 20 years. He had his display trailer set up at the Rockton World’s Fair last year and he will be there again this year on Thanksgiving weekend.
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La Yapa: Like two peas in a pod
T.S. Eliot was correct: April is indeed the cruelest month.
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De Boer's treasures: Danny the barber
Danny the barber owns a small shop with a huge Canadian flag at the entrance of his Ainslie Street business in Cambridge. The storefront window displays the sign “Proud to call Canada my home.”
Networking: It’s about who you know
Why are only 10 to 20 per cent of job openings advertised? Since employers don’t like to take risks when making hiring decisions, they will hire people that they know and trust from within the company and through their networks first. Advertising is often a last resort.
K-W Symphony to perform Quantum at NAC on May 3
The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony has been invited to take part in the Ontario Scene Festival at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa this spring to perform the acclaimed Quantum: Music at the Frontier of Science.
Nominations open for hero awards
The Waterloo Region Children’s Safety Village is looking for children, from Grades Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8, who are local heroes.
Revving up for Kitchener’s RV show
The 2015 Kitchener RV show will roll into The Aud from April 17 to 19.
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Local startup, Kitematic, acquired by Silicon Valley company Docker Inc.
Silicon Valley has come calling yet again, and another set of grads from the University of Waterloo’s Velocity program have seen their student startup, Kitematic, acquired by a company called Docker Inc.
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Exploring identity
After looking at her long list of publications, it’s hard to believe Red Jacket is Kitchener author Pamela Mordecai’s first novel.
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De Boer's treasures: The Chepstow Inn
The Chepstow Inn, formerly the King Edward Tavern, has recently been transformed into a bed and breakfast by owner Kym Hutcheon. She has done extensive renovations to the three guest rooms and main floor of this 1869 hotel, still maintaining the historical architecture.
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Five long years
Colin James played at Centre in the Square on March 13.
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Now I have everything
In between midterms, papers and the grind of completing a university degree, students from Conrad Grebel University College have been preparing for a very different kind of performance review.
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De Boer's treasures: Wellington County Museum
Half way between Elora and Fergus stands a majestic stone building which overlooks Wellington Road 18. For the past 40 years it has served as the Wellington County Museum and Archives.
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La Yapa: food apps
There are apps and mains when it comes to dinner courses at your favourite restaurant, but your smartphone itself can be a smorgasbord of food apps.
 
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