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Posted Wed, May 04, 2022
Old Grey Mayors - it's a great podcast about local history and politics!
Posted Mon, Apr 25, 2022
Public Art is a vital expression of community. We're proud to be part of the Kingsway Community and to support local artists.
Posted Mon, Apr 11, 2022
Uniroyal and the Elmira water crisis. It's an oddly forgotten part of Waterloo Region history. In 1989, contaminants were discovered in the aquifer beneath the town of Elmira.
Posted Mon, Jan 03, 2022
A trial program will benefit both seniors in need and autonomous vehicle programming efforts.
Posted Mon, Dec 13, 2021
Cycling herself to the hospital while in labour tells the story of this MPs dedication to cycling.
Posted Mon, Oct 25, 2021
The University of Waterloo entered the prestigious autonomous car race learning lots for their next entry.
Posted Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Now that over 80% of the population in the Region are fully vaccinated we have lots of data on vaccine efficacy.
Posted Mon, Aug 30, 2021
We weren't active enough before the pandemic. The new normal hasn't helped many of us.
Posted Mon, Jun 28, 2021
Coffee - the perfect start to the day for many people.
Posted Mon, Mar 29, 2021
Podcasts have become a popular way to keep up with areas of interest. Old Grey Mayors features history and insight into the Region.
Posted Mon, Mar 22, 2021
Many barriers exist preventing the uptake of cycling as an activity.
Posted Sun, Nov 15, 2020
COVID fatigue is real, so is the increase in associated mental health problems.
Posted Mon, Nov 09, 2020
Podcasts are a wonderful way to listen to interviews, books, and news stories. My podcast features interviews with local political leaders and if you are a fan of local politics or history then I know you'll enjoy them.
Posted Mon, May 25, 2020
By some estimates 9/10 Canadians went to work when they were feeling ill before the pandemic.
Posted Mon, Apr 27, 2020
The reports of chaos at care homes continue.
Posted Mon, Apr 06, 2020
The way we live our day to day lives has changed significantly in the last few weeks. So have crime patterns.
Posted Mon, Aug 12, 2019
A new 30-year cycling master plan is in the works. You can help shape the future of our community by taking part.
Posted Tue, Apr 23, 2019
Spring flooding has always been a serious problem in the Grand River Watershed. Tax payers have spent millions to help forecast and mitigate damage.
Posted Sun, Aug 07, 2016
We see many PSAs, some more successful than others.
Posted Mon, Feb 01, 2016
The worst stretches of roads in the ROW were ranked.
Posted Sun, Nov 10, 2013
As our population ages it is more important than ever to protect ourselves and those we love. The flu shot is an excellent way to help save lives.
Posted Sun, Aug 11, 2013
Take the D.O.N.T. pledge with your friends and family today. Make the roads safer for everyone.
Posted Mon, Mar 04, 2013
The information on your cell phone may be incriminating if you are detained by the police. Police have every right to look at the information on your phone unless you have it locked.
Posted Mon, Aug 27, 2012
Public service is an important cornerstone of a well rounded life.
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