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<b>LETTER:</b> Open letter sent to Cambridge council about the proposed Blair warehouse development

LETTER: Open letter sent to Cambridge council about the proposed Blair warehouse development

Cambridge council’s failure to consult residents on site plan will have consequences, group says
Both Cambridge Liberal candidates holding off on celebrations

Both Cambridge Liberal candidates holding off on celebrations

Cambridge riding's Brian May and Kitchener-South Hespeler's Valerie Bradford, both leading, are waiting until mail-in ballots are counted
<b>(UPDATE:)</b> 17 new case reported in region on Tuesday

(UPDATE:) 17 new case reported in region on Tuesday

Just one new case reported in Cambridge
Fresh food drive to support Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank this Wednesday

Fresh food drive to support Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank this Wednesday

Fresh Food Drive Extravaganza at rare Charitable Research Reserve on Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Galt-born radio pioneer Allan Slaight dead at 90

Galt-born radio pioneer Allan Slaight dead at 90

The rock 'n' roll radio pioneer and prominent philanthropist died at his Toronto home on Sunday
Cambridge youth theatre troupe returns to the stage with Little Women

Cambridge youth theatre troupe returns to the stage with Little Women

Penny & Pound Theatre Productions brings live theatre back to Cambridge on Sept. 30
Ontario reports 574 new COVID cases Tuesday

Ontario reports 574 new COVID cases Tuesday

The latest updates noted 764 recoveries and eight deaths
Liberal incumbent May reclaims seat in Cambridge

Liberal incumbent May reclaims seat in Cambridge

Conservative Connie Cody trailed Liberal Bryan May by 1,500 votes with only two polls left to be counted
Bradford appears to be winner in Kitchener South-Hespeler

Bradford appears to be winner in Kitchener South-Hespeler

As of 1:15 a.m. Tuesday Liberal Valerie Bradford held a 657 vote lead over Conservative Tyler Calver with 30 polls yet to be counted
Significant rainfall expected tonight through Wednesday: Environment Canada

Significant rainfall expected tonight through Wednesday: Environment Canada

Rainfall amounts of 40 to 60 mm are expected by early Thursday morning, Environment Canada says