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Tampered Candy Hurts Child In Cambridge

Police are warning parents to thoroughly check through their kid’s Halloween candy after one child in Cambridge was hurt by tampered candy. An 11-year-old kid was sent to hospital after consuming a Reese’s peanut butter cup Halloween candy that contained

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Open And Closed Labour Day Monday

It’s the last long weekend of the summer and the last weekend before the kids go back to school. If you’re trying to plan your day here is a list of what is open and closed on Monday.   Hamilton:

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Grand River Flood Warnings Continue

The Grand River Conservation Authority issued a continued warning last night as the Flood Threat level hovered around 1 for the day and into the evening. The high water levels have been attracting people to the river to capture photos

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Flood Watches And Warning Grand River Watershed

Flood Message #1 – Combined Flood Warning and Flood Watch for Grand River Watershed Heavy rainfall occurred over a large area in the northern portion of the Grand River watershed. Weather radar indicates in excess of 100 mm of rainfall

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch June 18

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the region on June 18th.   Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Guelph – Erin – Southern Wellington County Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Mount Forest – Arthur – Northern

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Lego Professor Of Play Newest Position At Cambridge University

How would you like to get paid to play? Well sort of. Cambridge University in England has hired a Lego Professor of Play to teach and research the role of play in young children.Professor Paul Ramchandani will fill the unique

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Cambridge Multiplex Meeting

There is a meeting set for Monday night at 7 p.m. in council chambers in Historic City Hall, 50 Dickson Street. Where the Cambridge Council will discuss a proposed sports multiplex. Cambridge Mayor Doug Craig said he is looking forward

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Whats Open and Closed On Family Day

Family day comes Tomorrow and there are a number of things to keep in mind; certain facilities and amenities will be unavailable Tomorrow.   Here’s a rundown of what is closed Tomorrow; Public Libraries Catholic and Public Schools The LCBO

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Heat Warning For Sunday & Monday

With the temperatures expected to get up to 32 Today and Tomorrow, the humidex will make it feel even warmer, there has been a heat warning issued for the area. Here are the regions affected and the message from Environment

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Today Prime Minister Makes Stops In Waterloo And Cambridge

The Prime Minister will be making stops in southern Ontario today. Justin Trudeau will first be in Waterloo, at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, where he is set to make an announcement He then heads to Cambridge where he

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