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NDP FOCUS ON JOB CREATION IN WATERLOO REGION

By on Sep 26, 2015 in Business | 0 comments

Cambridge – While Waterloo Region has seen a technology job boom with many new start ups over the last 4 years, the manufacturing sector, particularly in Cambridge has taken a hard hit with job losses according to Federal NDP leader Tom Mulcair. Mulcair made the claim at Cambridge’s’ own  Innovative Steam Technologies. One of the regions manufacturing success...

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FORMER KITCHENER RANGER SPALING TURNS OVER A NEW LEAF

By on Sep 9, 2015 in Sports | 0 comments

Maybe it is more than just co-incidence that former a Kitchener Ranger has been twice traded once making the NHL , as part of a package for prolific scorer’s. Nick Spaling was traded from the team that drafted him as part of a package to the Pittsburgh Penguins for James Neal. This August the hardworking Spaling was traded by the Penguins as part of a deal that saw...

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SAVING PUSLINCH LAKE

By on Sep 6, 2015 in Leisure | 0 comments

Puslinch Lake – A Decade ago Puslinch Lake in Wellington County was a popular spot for residents of Waterloo Region to go fishing, water skiing or just spend a day out doors. Since then the local residents have been battling an invasive plant species that is slowly turning their lake into swampland. Earlier this month, the local residents continued a privately...

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WATERLOO QUICKLY BECOMING A CANADIAN TECHNOLOGICAL HUB

By on Aug 25, 2015 in Business | 0 comments

Waterloo Region – Waterloo has long been associated with the great success and slow decline of Blackberry and Research In Motion – commonly known as RIM. Tow of the companies former executives still make their presence felt in Waterloo region today. The generation that grew up in the area as well as people from other technological hubs such as Toronto, Vancouver or...

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LOCKED OUT IN KITCHENER

By on Aug 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Locksmith Kitchener Offers Tips for Choosing a Reputable Company in an Emergency A lockout can be a scary event. It’s annoying even in the best of circumstances. Before you start looking for a brick to smash a window in your house or car, you should consider calling a locksmith. When you open up your cell phone directory and start searching for one, however,...

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KITCHENER WATERLOO SYMPHONY RUNNING DEFICIT REACHES $900,000

By on Aug 15, 2015 in Entertainment | 0 comments

The Kitchener Waterloo Symphony announced that it is cutting three staff this week to help deal with the organizations $900,000 dollar deficit. The organizations executive director Andrew Bennett announced that the symphony will be letting go of two full time employees as well as one part time in an effort to curtail the shortfall. An overall plan has been approved...

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UBER DRIVERS BEWARE!

By on Jul 28, 2015 in Business | 0 comments

Uber Drivers Could Face Up to 25,0000 Fine Waterloo – Region residents may have been expecting to make some extra income upon hearing the news that Uber, the ride sharing app would make service available locally this week. Region Councillors have cautioned that after a review of the regions by-laws regarding taxi services, drivers hired through the Uber service...

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KITCHENER’S MANDY BUJOLD STRIKE GOLD AT PAN AM GAMES

By on Jul 27, 2015 in Sports | 0 comments

Kitchener’s Own Golden Girl Kitchener’s flyweight pride, Mandy Bujold added an extra gift to her self on her birthday on the last day of the Pan Am games in Toronto. Before a crowd of people in Oshawa Ontario, Bujold stood tall atop the gold medal podium, wiping tears of joy after a hard fought battle. Celebrating her 28th birthday, she defeated American Marlen...

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POP UP FARMERS MARKET IN DOWNTOWN KITCHENER

By on Jul 24, 2015 in Business | 0 comments

People living and working in downtown Kitchener now have an option when it comes to farm fresh produce. The intersection of King and Queen streets will soon be the home of pop up produce from Legacy Greens. Local produce will be featured as the stand is set to open on August 10th  this summer. It will be the second location for local farmer Jordan Dolson, who has...

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