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Grand River Transit replacing discount fare program for seniors, students with new program

Grand River Transit replacing discount fare program for seniors, students with new program

Grand River Transit is doing away with its age-based reduced fares for seniors, elementary and high school students as it implements a new program geared toward income.
CIty revising its brownfield remediation incentives

CIty revising its brownfield remediation incentives

The tax increment grant is being reduced by 10 per cent to match the region's program
Good morning, Cambridge!

Good morning, Cambridge!

If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavour.
SIU investigating three-vehicle crash locally

SIU investigating three-vehicle crash locally

The crash involved two members of the Guelph Police Service who were in separate vehicles at the time
Chamber of Commerce hands out its Business Achievement Awards

Chamber of Commerce hands out its Business Achievement Awards

Winners in nine categories were selected from 60 nominations
Region to start booking vaccinations for 12-17 year olds Friday

Region to start booking vaccinations for 12-17 year olds Friday

Pre-registered youth will be notified to book their shot
Police investigate report of taxi scam

Police investigate report of taxi scam

Police say person's debit card compromised after she was asked to help out a 'passenger' of a 'taxi'
New medical clinic, but without new doctors, coming to Cambridge

New medical clinic, but without new doctors, coming to Cambridge

The new clinic will be at the Delta intersection, but won’t add to the roster of doctors serving the city, still considered in high need for family physicians
<b>(UPDATE:)</b> 55 new cases in region Thursday

(UPDATE:) 55 new cases in region Thursday

Active cases increase by six
Shelter's memorial garden commemorates those lost but not forgotten

Shelter's memorial garden commemorates those lost but not forgotten

'I think what that says to the community is that regardless whether someone is homeless or not, they're still a member of the community,' says shelter director