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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).
Diets in region need improving
Only three in 1,000 Waterloo Region residents’ diets conform to current nutrition recommendations, which is less than the national average of five out of 1,000 people.
Melissa Murray photo
Making the jump
Having never been on a roller-coaster, gone skydiving or bungee jumped, there’s no way that Warrant Officer Emilio Lackenbauer, 17, knew what he’d be in for during his first jump out of a CC-130 Hercules aircraft this summer.
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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.
LINK Festival hits Victoria park
The LINK Picnic Festival, held this weekend in Victoria Park, aims to showcase African and Carribbean culture.
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La Yapa: Summer of the food truck
Given the activity virtually on a weekly basis and on a scale heretofore unseen, it makes sense to declare this “the summer of food truck love” in Waterloo Region — and that includes Kitchener.
Police bicycle auction next weekend
Waterloo Regional Police will auction off unclaimed bicycles on August 23 starting at 9 a.m.
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Lending a helping ear
Melissa Murray’s disorder isn’t in any textbooks, but it’s a painful part of her everyday life.
Join the Independent Living Centre for a movie under the stars
On Saturday (Aug. 16), the Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region will have an outdoor showing of The Lego Movie at 127 Victoria St. S., Kitchener.
Victoria Park hosts Kidspark this Sunday
It’s all about the kids at the annual Kidspark event in Victoria Park this Sunday (Aug. 17).
John De Boer photo
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?
Andrew Coppolino photo
Getting to the bottom of Newfie fries
Driving around the city several years ago, I was intrigued to see a rather curious foodstuff advertised on one of those mobile roadside signs.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: Model A Fords
Bolton resident Jack Langen has been a Model A Ford enthusiast since 1964.
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Tuneful teens
The Kitchener Talent Search was held at Kitchener City Hall on July 27.
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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