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'I don’t think that our police service and board is getting the due recognition that they deserve'

'I don’t think that our police service and board is getting the due recognition that they deserve'

Police chief and police services board discuss controversial police budget that goes to regional council for approval later today
'Sardines in a can:' Councillors agree 9 townhouses on half-acre Hespeler property is too much

'Sardines in a can:' Councillors agree 9 townhouses on half-acre Hespeler property is too much

City staff asked to go back to drawing board with developer to reduce size of project
WATCH: Ford provides update on COVID vaccine booster strategy

WATCH: Ford provides update on COVID vaccine booster strategy

Premier will be joined by Christine Elliott, Sylvia Jones, and Dr. Kieran Moore
(UPDATE:) 99 new cases reported in region on Wednesday

(UPDATE:) 99 new cases reported in region on Wednesday

16 new cases reported in Cambridge
Public school board preparing for possible return to remote learning

Public school board preparing for possible return to remote learning

But it would be up to the Ministry of Education to make that call
City postpones winter program registration as variant cases increase

City postpones winter program registration as variant cases increase

Proof of vaccination required for 12-17 year olds entering city recreation facilities starting Dec. 20
Cambridge firm part of billion dollar deal to make nuclear reactor parts

Cambridge firm part of billion dollar deal to make nuclear reactor parts

BWXT Canada will be making components for nuclear reactors in Poland
90km/h wind gusts expected Thursday in Cambridge region

90km/h wind gusts expected Thursday in Cambridge region

Power outages, wind damage possible, warns Environment Canada
Cambridge man with life altering injuries airlifted from Rockwood Conservation Area

Cambridge man with life altering injuries airlifted from Rockwood Conservation Area

Incident happened Tuesday afternoon
Ontario reports 1,808 new COVID cases Wednesday

Ontario reports 1,808 new COVID cases Wednesday

The latest updates also include 1,165 recoveries and nine deaths