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Cambridge driver facing impaired, dangerous driving charges

Cambridge driver facing impaired, dangerous driving charges

The driver was stopped after police received a driving complaint
Mask Makers complete their mission with final donation to hospital

Mask Makers complete their mission with final donation to hospital

More than 1,000 volunteers sewed together 57,265 masks for Cambridge Memorial Hospital
(UPDATE) Cambridge reports two new cases of COVID-19 as region total drops to 20

(UPDATE) Cambridge reports two new cases of COVID-19 as region total drops to 20

Active outbreaks across the region hold steady at 16.
Council spikes staff recommendation to cut down timeline for clearing sidewalk snow

Council spikes staff recommendation to cut down timeline for clearing sidewalk snow

'We can't hold the public to a higher standard than we hold ourselves,' says councillor supporting the increase from 24 hours
Cambridge man arrested in connection with Hamilton hate crime

Cambridge man arrested in connection with Hamilton hate crime

Police allege the suspect uttered threats towards the victims while using slurs targeting the Muslim community
What to expect when Cambridge moves to Step 3 on Friday

What to expect when Cambridge moves to Step 3 on Friday

The Region of Waterloo announced it will move into Step Three of the Province of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen effective Friday, July 16, 2021 at 12:01 a.m.
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Fully vaccinated people won't need COVID tests to enter long-term care homes

ONTARIO: Fully vaccinated people won't need COVID tests to enter long-term care homes

Change takes effect on Friday
Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory for students this fall

Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory for students this fall

Vaccines like measles, mumps, and other diseases are mandatory vaccines for children but the question of concern now is will the COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory for students. We know vaccinations that are required for students to be in school.
Residents' concerns send Forbes Estate developer back to the drawing board

Residents' concerns send Forbes Estate developer back to the drawing board

Shaw Avenue residents say there wasn't full consensus during liaison committee meetings held by developer and raise traffic, safety, and environmental concerns