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Good morning, Cambridge!

Good morning, Cambridge!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Natural gas rates set to rise again, ahead of winter

Natural gas rates set to rise again, ahead of winter

Relief from a second round of natural gas price hikes are available through a number of programs for qualifying families already squeezed by the skyrocketing cost of everything
City planning for Dickson Stadium restoration

City planning for Dickson Stadium restoration

The city is in the design phase of the Dickson Stadium restoration, which could go ahead next year
Ontario’s minimum wage is increasing starting Saturday

Ontario’s minimum wage is increasing starting Saturday

The student minimum wage will also go up to $14.60 per hour from $14.10
CANADA: Corporate reconciliation should extend beyond Sept. 30, say leaders

CANADA: Corporate reconciliation should extend beyond Sept. 30, say leaders

Many businesses encourage staff to don orange shirts on Sept. 30, but companies often don't do much more to elevate Indigenous voices and causes
Cambridge family supports War Amps with backyard ‘Bullafest’

Cambridge family supports War Amps with backyard ‘Bullafest’

For the last 19 years, the Bulla family has hosted a summer party and concert at their home called ‘Bullafest’ to raise funds for The War Amps Child Amputee Program (CHAMP)
WRPS arrest man in connection with Cambridge shooting

WRPS arrest man in connection with Cambridge shooting

Police were called after a male suspect fired a handgun at a car that was leaving the area of Fitzgerald Drive and Chester Drive
Cambridge’s McClintock Rini carrying on family waterski tradition

Cambridge’s McClintock Rini carrying on family waterski tradition

Whitney McClintock Rini recently competed at the Mastercraft Pro Water Ski Tournament, finishing second in the women's slalom after a run-off with fellow Canadian Jaimee Bull
Talk with lawyer ends badly for Cambridge man

Talk with lawyer ends badly for Cambridge man

Man in custody in Guelph smashes phone and window after getting angry during call with duty counsel
‘Take what you need and leave what you can’

‘Take what you need and leave what you can’

With Thanksgiving on the way, if people have items in their pantry that aren’t expired, and that they know they won’t use, 519 Community Collective Little Free Pantry Project will happily accept them.