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Heat Warning Issued For Southern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for most of Southern Ontario for Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017.   Heat Warning in effect for: Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Brantford – County of Brant City of Hamilton Burlington –

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Waterloo Police Want More Graffiti

Waterloo Regional Police are asking people to use a little graffiti to do some good. They are participating in the #WalkTheChalk movement which uses sidewalk chalk on school routes to give helpful and useful tips and positive messages to kids

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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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Waterloo Dog Dirt Power

Waterloo is going to play host to a pilot program that plans to take dog poop and use it as a source of fuel. It’s plan is to have residents use special receptical to put their dog waste in instead

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Earth Day April 22 2017

Today is Earth Day! That means it is a day to get out and enjoy the earth and all of its wonders. It is also a day to think about the conservation of the planet and how we can all

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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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What You Can Do For Your Child’s Eyes

There was a study done by the University of Waterloo on nearsightedness in children which found that only 6% of children between the ages of 6 and 8 were nearsighted but that figure rose to 28% for 11 to 13

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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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Region Of Waterloo Public Health Issues Immunization Notices For Secondary Students

Are your kids up to date on their immunizations? More than 14-hundred students in Waterloo Region secondary schools could face suspension if their immunization records aren’t updated. Region of Waterloo Public Health sent out over three-thousand notices to parents and

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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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