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Doug Coxson

Doug Coxson

Doug has been a reporter and editor for 25 years, working mainly in Waterloo region and Guelph

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Recent Work by Doug

ICYMI: Council refuses 'missing middle housing' due to traffic concerns

ICYMI: Council refuses 'missing middle housing' due to traffic concerns

Proposal to build a 39-unit townhouse development at Wayne Avenue and Pinebush Road denied by council
Owner of Park Hill property gearing up to fight city over pending heritage designation

Owner of Park Hill property gearing up to fight city over pending heritage designation

Developer is framing the costs he incurred since getting pre-consultation approval a year ago as the city's fault
Appeals court upholds conviction of Cambridge man shot at by police

Appeals court upholds conviction of Cambridge man shot at by police

Court dismissed appeal that claimed the judge was wrong in ruling police used reasonable force when he fired six shots at a fleeing suspect in 2018
Speaker calls council 'groomers' for universal changeroom design at rec complex

Speaker calls council 'groomers' for universal changeroom design at rec complex

Advocates opposed to city's goal to design washrooms and changerooms to be more accessible and inclusive filled council chambers Tuesday as council voted to move ahead with tendering the $108 million rec complex in May
Council refuses 'missing middle housing' proposal due to traffic concerns

Council refuses 'missing middle housing' proposal due to traffic concerns

Proposal to build a 39-unit townhouse development at Wayne Avenue and Pinebush Road denied by council
Fizz Soakery owners think downtown Galt is the bomb

Fizz Soakery owners think downtown Galt is the bomb

A new Galt business aims to add a little fun and fizzle to your next bath
ICYMI: Developer to give Six Nations $250K for Amazon warehouse build

ICYMI: Developer to give Six Nations $250K for Amazon warehouse build

The Amazon warehouse in Blair, like most of the region, was built on land that is within the Haldimand Tract, a 1784 treaty agreement with Six Nations
Vagrancy, vandalism fuel request to alter Cambridge heritage building

Vagrancy, vandalism fuel request to alter Cambridge heritage building

Alteration proposed for Main Street Variety storefront will help deter people from sleeping at the entrance, says a city staff report
Developer to give Six Nations $250K for Amazon warehouse build

Developer to give Six Nations $250K for Amazon warehouse build

The Amazon warehouse in Blair, like most of the region, was built on land that is within the Haldimand Tract, a 1784 treaty agreement with Six Nations
Region asks, would Cambridge benefit from a GO transit line?

Region asks, would Cambridge benefit from a GO transit line?

The Region of Waterloo estimates it will cost about $500M to build a station and refurbish tracks between Hespeler and Guelph to accommodate GO trains
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