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Proposed development for Guelph Avenue inches closer to approval

Proposed development for Guelph Avenue inches closer to approval

The project that has been in process for several years would see Polocorp Inc. build 185 residential units on the Forbes House property, but no apartment buildings
ONTARIO: Provincial health officials not willing to fast-track Step 3 of reopening

ONTARIO: Provincial health officials not willing to fast-track Step 3 of reopening

New numbers reveal that non-vaccinated people account for more than 83 per cent of new COVID-19 cases
BREAKING: Region of Waterloo moving to Step 2

BREAKING: Region of Waterloo moving to Step 2

Goes into effect on Monday at 12:01 a.m.
Opponents of giant Blair warehouse planning another demonstration

Opponents of giant Blair warehouse planning another demonstration

This is the second protest in recent weeks
Updated: More than half of adult Ontarians are now fully vaccinated

Updated: More than half of adult Ontarians are now fully vaccinated

Officials continuing to encouraging residents to get the shot, especially those who have yet to be vaccinated
Thunderstorms, heavy rainfall expected today: Environment Canada

Thunderstorms, heavy rainfall expected today: Environment Canada

Locally, rainfall amounts of 30 to 50 mm are possible, Environment Canada says
New business brings diversity and inclusion to Cambridge

New business brings diversity and inclusion to Cambridge

'I say this and I will keep saying it -- it's almost like I'm selling Cambridge -- but people have been great,' says co-owner of Akwaaba Tropical Market   
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Good morning, Cambridge!

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Police chief highlights road safety concerns in monthly update

Police chief highlights road safety concerns in monthly update

Police now have more authority to implement stricter action against dangerous drivers under the Moving Ontarians More Safely (MOMS) Act
Region installs temporary ramps in Preston after man in wheelchair tips into street

Region installs temporary ramps in Preston after man in wheelchair tips into street

Residents demand action from the region and contractor to address hazards created by ongoing King Street reconstruction