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Debbie Duff Vitez

We’re Celebrating 10 Years.. Thank you Cambridge

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December 13, 2018

With 10 years under my belt…I had given serious consideration to closing down this site.  With finally getting a legal Mayor in our City… I thought I no longer needed to keep this blog going..  With much appreciation, my many dedicated readers convinced me to stay on. So here is the new plan going forward. […]


Unsung HEROES AMONGST US.. Tommy and Lucy Vann..

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December 22, 2017

I might get in trouble here for posting this…(by Tommy), as he never boasts to anyone about his and Lucy’s huge hearts.. … But I have to tell you about my dear friends… TOMMY AND LUCY VANN.. I have had the pleasure of knowing these two beautiful people for the past 10 years or so. […]


Leonard Shepherdson, Body found in burned-out vehicle in northern Ontario

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January 7, 2011

This ran in the Toronto Star……… comments invited below The Canadian Press VIRGINIATOWN, Ont. — Firefighters found a body early today after putting out a vehicle fire in Virginiatown, in northern Ontario. Crews called provincial police from nearby Kirkland Lake after finding the body inside the burned-out vehicle. Police say the body was severely burned […]


Residents seeking answers on TCE issue by Ray Martin

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November 4, 2010

This ran in the Cambridge Times………. comments invited below Residents living in a Preston neighbourhood contaminated with Trichloroethylene (TCE) have answers to the questions they raised five months ago, but they weren’t the answers some were hoping for. On Tuesday, Waterloo Region Health officials staged a pair of two-hour public meetings at the Cambridge Hotel […]


Preston residents deserve answers

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November 3, 2010

This ran in the Times……. comments invited below The first of two meetings held Monday night to give a Preston neighbourhood some answers on future health issues ended up creating more questions.   Residents in the Preston neighbourhood have faced fear and health problems after trichloroethylene(TCE) contamination was discovered in their Bishop Street community.   […]


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