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Saturday - 16th December, 2017
Puslinch pot laboratory is fuelled by 6,000 fish
PUSLINCH — Six thousand tilapia fish are swimming around in tanks in an underground laboratory bur...
Friday - 15th December, 2017
Campaign school aims to get more women into local politics
WATERLOO REGION — With municipal elections set for October, a committee of women in the region are...
Thursday - 14th December, 2017
Ontario passes law to ban ticket scalper bots
TORONTO — Scalper bots are now banned in Ontario, as a bill to protect ticket buyers passed Wednes...
Wednesday - 13th December, 2017
No longer on the menu
Humane Society International animal rescue worker Ewa Demianowitz cuddles rescued dog Maxie on Tuesd...
Monday - 11th December, 2017
Saturday - 9th December, 2017
The warning signs were there
WARNING: THIS STORY REPORTS GRAPHIC DETAILS THAT MAY DISTURB SOME READERS KITCHENER — Whe...
Friday - 8th December, 2017
Residents oppose cell tower
PUSLINCH LAKE — Ron Harper often steps off the dock at his lakeside home to fly away in his seapla...
Thursday - 7th December, 2017
A radical Rockway transformation
KITCHENER — City councillors have approved an ambitious new plan that would reshape the Rockway/Mi...
Wednesday - 6th December, 2017
Kitchener’s link to the Halifax Explosion
KITCHENER — By the time Armand Schreiter arrived at Chebucto Road School, there were already 300 b...
Tuesday - 5th December, 2017
Getting ready for Christmas
Bill Schill of Neon Sign Service, Waterloo, installs festive lighting in the outline of reindeer on ...
Monday - 4th December, 2017
Children’s joy bubbles over (and parents get a break)
WATERLOO — It was 10 years ago that a group of social workers at KidsAbility in Waterloo Region de...
Saturday - 2nd December, 2017
A Grand challenge
WATERLOO REGION — When Doug Richards was a boy, more than 60 years ago, he remembers watching the ...
Friday - 1st December, 2017
‘Let’s get back to normal’
WATERLOO — Six survivors met over coffee on Thursday morning. They and the Uptown Waterlo...
Thursday - 30th November, 2017
Schlegel family buying St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market
ST. JACOBS — A St. Jacobs landmark is being sold by one prominent local family to another.&nbs...
Tuesday - 28th November, 2017
Monday - 27th November, 2017
Saturday - 25th November, 2017
RCMP security spied on gay community in Waterloo Region
WATERLOO REGION — Cait Glasson had a quick look around before walking into Hall’s Lane in downto...
Friday - 24th November, 2017
Trinity United vacates 111-year-old church
KITCHENER — The sign in front of Trinity United Church capped off the downtown church’s proud hi...
Thursday - 23rd November, 2017
Instructor Ping Lee, front, leads a tai chi class at the Rockway Centre in Kitchener on Wednesday. F...
Wednesday - 22nd November, 2017
Puslinch council urged to step into Swastika Trail debate
PUSLINCH TOWNSHIP — A group of people living on Swastika Trail in the Township of Puslinch are ask...
Tuesday - 21st November, 2017
Heavy smoke as fire engulfs storage facility in Hespeler
CAMBRIDGE — Thick black smoke billowed over Hespeler on Monday, as firefighters tackled a blaze at...
Monday - 20th November, 2017
Marching into the holiday season
The Burlington Teen Tour Band performs Saturday during the Santa Claus Parade that included seven ot...
Friday - 17th November, 2017
Students fear semester lost
KITCHENER — Aryaman Choudhary sat behind his student residence building across from Conestoga Coll...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
Construction hardly slowing down 401 traffic
CAMBRIDGE — It’s only a seven-kilometre stretch, but it’s the busiest section of the Highway 4...
Wednesday - 15th November, 2017
WLU censures grad student for lesson that used TVO clip
WATERLOO — A graduate student at Wilfrid Laurier University who taught students about different po...
Monday - 13th November, 2017
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
Lost soldier found again through recovered medals
ST. CLEMENTS — Frank McKinnon grew up poor and was orphaned before the enemy killed him in combat ...
Friday - 10th November, 2017
Battle details offer pride and comfort to family
KITCHENER — Pilot Lorne Aljoe, 21, died attacking the enemy in Nazi-occupied Norway. His family ha...
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
Water damage forces young moms out of Marillac Place
KITCHENER — It has been a difficult couple of weeks for Marillac Place, a residential livein suppo...
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
On-track light rail testing finally gets underway
WATERLOO — Ion has left the building. A light rail vehicle finally emerged from the Water...
Tuesday - 7th November, 2017
New ‘air taxi’ takes flight
BRESLAU — There’s no flight attendant, no inflight meal and no time to watch a movie. B...
Monday - 6th November, 2017
Send me your ideas
— Premier Kathleen Wynne was back in Waterloo Region again this weekend, her third visit in about ...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
Minimum wage hike stokes fears of bus driver shortage
WATERLOO REGION — Bus drivers could soon be getting scarcer in Waterloo Region and throughout Onta...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
Thursday - 2nd November, 2017
Drivers ran for their lives in fiery crash that kills three
COOKSTOWN — Three people have been killed in a multi-vehicle pileup that sent a wave of fuel and f...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
Work ethic, talent distinguish top hoops prospect Olembe
KITCHENER — It’s a drizzly Saturday morning and Jahsemar Olembe is raining three-point attempts ...
Tuesday - 31st October, 2017
Building a brain
Technology developed by a University of Waterloo professor is behind a brain-like computer chip that...
Monday - 30th October, 2017
Woolwich scores spot in provincial league
— Winning a faceoff is tough. Just ask Joshua Chambers. The 14-year-old sledge hockey dra...
Saturday - 28th October, 2017
Francis free after pleading guilty to manslaughter
KITCHENER — Noel Francis walked out of court a free man Friday, convicted of manslaughter.&nbs...
Friday - 27th October, 2017
Fine art baseball mitts a hit with collectors
GUELPH — They’ve caught countless pop flies, screaming liners and hard grounders. Now, far from ...
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Galt hero died as he lived, leading his men
CAMBRIDGE — Jim Campbell pretended to lead his three sisters to the Klondike Gold Rush when they w...
Tuesday - 24th October, 2017
Monday - 23rd October, 2017
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
The results are in . . .
Senior boys race at the WCSSAA cross-country championship in Bechtel Park in Waterloo on Friday....
Friday - 20th October, 2017
Intel backs startup’s new eye-tracking technology
KITCHENER — A local startup that has developed the world’s first eye-tracking technology that do...
Thursday - 19th October, 2017
Gord Downie 1964—2017
KITCHENER — They’re small town boys. Both born and raised in Amherstview, a suburb of a...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
Student designs crosswalk of colour and whimsy
KITCHENER — Lauren Rueb is starting her design career from the ground up. Some day she ma...
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
Construction site toppled
Strong winds are the likely culprit behind the wreckage of five homes under construction in the Vist...
Monday - 16th October, 2017
Rising star rocks the accordion
KITCHENER — Oktoberfest is helping a polka-loving boy achieve his big accordion dreams. H...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
A legacy of our history
KITCHENER — The items carefully laid out on the table tell a tale of one man’s war. The...
Friday - 13th October, 2017
Onkel Hans is star of Oktoberfest
KITCHENER — It takes a team to get Onkel Hans to Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest every year.&nb...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
Boys and girls kept apart for class
KITCHENER — It gets loud sometimes in this Grade 10 class. The boys know why. There’s not a girl...
Wednesday - 11th October, 2017
Street art ordered removed
When Paul Roorda installed his art along utility poles in the Mary Allen neighbourhood on Saturday, ...
Tuesday - 10th October, 2017
Miss Oktoberfest Mikaila Emrich waves to the parade crowd Monday. More photos, story...
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
Ein prosit! The suds flow as Oktoberfest keg is tapped
KITCHENER — The keg has been tapped and the 49th annual Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest has officia...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
Pursuit from Cambridge ends in double-fatal crash
FREELTON — A man and a woman are dead after a Waterloo Regional Police pursuit ended on Highway 6 ...
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
Saying goodbye to the ‘old girl’
KITCHENER — When the “old girl” needed help in the middle of the night, it was Stewart Campbel...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
Schneiders site sold to developer with ‘excellent track record’ here
KITCHENER — The former Schneiders meat plant on Courtland Avenue, a sprawling and historic part of...
Tuesday - 3rd October, 2017
Carnage that would not stop. Dozens dead, over 500 injured
LAS VEGAS — At first, it sounded like fireworks, and then the meaning of the loud, crackling noise...
Monday - 2nd October, 2017
Thousands crowd campus, streets
WATERLOO — A team of EcoHawks swooped down on the Wilfrid Laurier University campus and surroundin...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
School’s math plan adds up
CAMBRIDGE — Students sound confident at the school that forgot how to do math. It’s a good sign....
Friday - 29th September, 2017
The people’s Governor General
OTTAWA — As he prepares to return to private life after seven years as Governor General, David Joh...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
New control tower opens at regional airport
BRESLAU — A new air traffic control tower is now watching over the Region of Waterloo Internationa...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
Vehicle plummets into Grand River
KITCHENER — An 80-year-old woman was taken to hospital after her vehicle ended up in the Grand Riv...
Tuesday - 26th September, 2017
Fund robotic prostate cancer surgery, say local patients
HAMILTON — Ontario patients are fighting for the province to fund robotic surgery to treat prostat...
Monday - 25th September, 2017
The fabric of our community
CAMBRIDGE — Sue Sturdy, cool-headed under a hot September sun, was busy knit-picking. “...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
‘How are you healing?’
Understanding begins with conversation. Storytelling has been used throughout history as a way to ex...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
Addressing Canada’s shame
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the brightest stage in international pol...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
Achievement gap narrowed
WATERLOO REGION — Local elementary students still test below their Ontario peers. But educators se...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
‘They have stolen my night from me’
WATERLOO REGION — Rob Stephens used to enjoy looking at the stars at night from his home on Louisa...
Tuesday - 19th September, 2017
The Great War surges, Mennonites struggle
WATERLOO REGION — Jesse Martin chose not to fight. Gordon Eby went to war and survived. Mary Wisme...
Monday - 18th September, 2017
Kids stay home as virtual high school goes online
WATERLOO — A Waterloo high school is about to do something unthinkable five years ago: Send all it...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
Region’s Mennonites look to the Maritimes for land and a new start
ST. JACOBS — When a group of prospective buyers approached a Prince Edward Island realtor asking a...
Friday - 15th September, 2017
Quantum Valley the perfect setting for second revolution
WATERLOO — As the so-called second quantum revolution dawns, Canada, and Waterloo Region, have alr...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
Census reflects 2005-15 hardship
WATERLOO REGION — It’s unsurprising and it’s unsettling. Local incomes barely kept pace with i...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Delays blamed on rain, pipes and surprises
WATERLOO — Heavy rain, fragile pipes and underground surprises have slowed the reconstruction of K...
Tuesday - 12th September, 2017
Businesses demand changes to uptown Waterloo roadwork
WATERLOO — Businesses in uptown Waterloo are fed up with lengthy construction delays on road impro...
Monday - 11th September, 2017
‘Pray for everyone in Florida’
MIAMI — A monster hurricane Irma roared into Florida with 200 kilometres an hour winds Sunday for ...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
Over 5 million told to flee as Irma bears down on Florida
MIAMI — Irma trained its sights on Florida and officials warned more than five million people that...
Friday - 8th September, 2017
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
Kitchener linesman will blow his whistle for NHL
KITCHENER — Andrew Smith remembers the early days. The 14-year-old aspiring hockey offici...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
Compassionate and controversial
KITCHENER — Justice Colin Westman rose from his chair, removed his black robe and invited a former...
Tuesday - 5th September, 2017
New school takes kids from ‘wow’ to ‘the power of yet’
KITCHENER — Wow. This will be said a lot when more than 500 kids get into their new school for the...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
Good pay, good skills await women in trades
WATERLOO REGION — Brandi Ferenc doesn’t balk when she gets to the job site and she’s asked whe...
Friday - 1st September, 2017
Fountain frolics in Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE — The Centennial Fountain in the middle of Queen’s Square reopened to the public on Th...
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
Spilling the greasy truth about sewers
KITCHENER — Raw sewage: it doesn’t smell as bad as you think. It’s not pleasant. But ...
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
Painter Peter Etril Snyder embodied the spirit of region
WATERLOO — Peter Etril Snyder, a beloved local painter and world traveller, was a wonderfully comp...
Tuesday - 29th August, 2017
More misery for Houston
HOUSTON — Flood waters reached the rooflines of singlestorey homes Monday and people could be hear...
Monday - 28th August, 2017
‘Like a PhD’ in busking
WATERLOO — It took Peter Sweet almost a decade of professional training to rise to the top of his ...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
Music fans fearful historic bandshell will be silenced
WATERLOO — The sounds of flutes, trumpets and tubas echo through Waterloo Park when the Waterloo C...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
Stifled by construction
CONESTOGO — A cricket chirped defiantly in the 10 o’clock sunshine along the empty front patio o...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
Bitten by the bobsled bug
KITCHENER — Rachel Hauck is proof that the Olympics can inspire new athletes. The Kitchen...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
‘She was the steady hand’
CAMBRIDGE — Just how popular was Jane Brewer, a mainstay in Cambridge politics for the past four d...
Tuesday - 22nd August, 2017
A ‘Galileo moment’ as people gather to watch the eclipse
The stars came out in the middle of the day, zoo animals ran in agitated circles, crickets chirped, ...
Monday - 21st August, 2017
Heather lives on in the Public Square
As more than 150 supporters gathered peacefully at Waterloo Public Square Saturday for what was bill...
Saturday - 19th August, 2017
Barn swallow haven reveals a treasure trove of bird data
ST. AGATHA — David Westfall was wondering why the couple invited to a family party were spending a...
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