Monthly Archives: August 2017

FOR SALE.. 501 PEIRSON AVE, PORT ELGIN… ASKING PRICE $389,000.00

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August 31, 2017

                                                                                                Please click on photo’s to enlarge  FOR SALE…   […]


Multiplex at Conestoga College a ‘foregone conclusion’ (from August 24th,2016)

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August 25, 2017

Opinion Aug 24, 2016Cambridge Times Dear Editor, I suppose in the real world, we as citizens are allowed to speak freely and express our feelings on a variety of issues. Being dissatisfied and rebellious on certain ones has become the norm in many circles. The multiplex scenario in our city is one of them. Coun. […]


NEW PRICE…..501 PEIRSON AVE… PORT ELGIN… $ 389,000.00

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August 18, 2017

                                                                                              Please click on photo’s to enlarge  FOR SALE…   501 Peirson Ave, Port Elgin On. ASKING PRICE.. $415,000.00 THIS RAISED BUNGALOW OFFERS OVER 2400 SQ FEET OF FINISHED LIVING SPACE… PERFECT FOR THE GROWING FAMILY.. 5 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS.. MAIN FLOOR FEATURES LARGE OPEN CONCEPT KITCHEN/GREAT ROOM COMBO WITH HARDWOOD FLOORING 3 SPACIOUS BEDROOMS/ ( […]


Multiplex location won’t change… by John Gunther

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August 18, 2017

Opinion Aug 15, 2017Cambridge Times As an old-time native and resident in Hespeler, I have a heavy heart in writing this letter. I would bet my new red, flannel Christmas underwear the present council will approve Conestoga College for the multiplex without question — cut and dried. I feel so very sad with all the […]


Rural Ontario Leaders Awards – Nominations Open

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August 16, 2017

  Celebrating leaders in rural Ontario Nominations now open for the Rural Ontario Leaders Awards   NEWS Aug. 14, 2017 Ontario is now accepting nominations for the Rural Ontario Leaders Awards. “Rural communities are an essential part of our cultural and economic fabric. The Ontario government is committed to ensuring they remain vibrant places where […]


TAP WATER STILL PROBLEMATIC, by Alan Marshall

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August 15, 2017

  This posting is in response to the recent Waterloo Region Record article titled “Tap water gains converts but we still fuss with it“. Essentially even tap water advocates admit that the taste of chlorine in the water puts people off. Thank goodness for that. Chlorine is not good for you. That said without chlorine […]


Kitchener funding announcement Health Facilities – Media Release

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August 10, 2017

Ontario Updating and Repairing Community Health Facilities in Waterloo Region   Helping People Access Safe and High-Quality Health Care Close to Home     NEWS   August 9, 2017   Ontario is investing in community health facilities in Waterloo Region to help people get high-quality care close to home, in a safe, healthy and accessible […]


Multiplex: Is the Conestoga College site still a ‘valid’ choice?

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August 8, 2017

OpinionAug 08, 2017 08:00Cambridge Times GARY DYKE CITY CAO..   Re: Cambridge selected for new UN data initiative. In collecting local information for the United Nations World Council of City Data, Cambridge will “gather the data required to move the needle on key issues such as climate change, while also serving to drive infrastructure investment,” […]


Talk is cheap, action is needed now on city’s fentanyl crisis

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August 2, 2017

Opinion Aug 02, 2017 03:29 Cambridge Times What a difference a day makes for our mayor. A complete reversal from what I was told, and Dr. Hank Nykamp’s comments as well (must be an election year). A little over a year ago I took a syringe (injection needle) inside a water bottle into city hall […]


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