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Elmira
Monday, June 17, 2019

The man in the hood returns

There was plenty of merriment to be had at this year’s Robin in the Hood Medieval Festival, which was held over the weekend under...

Province pushes ahead with Bill 108

The province’s Bill 108 – the More Homes, More Choice Act – has been widely panned by municipalities across Ontario, with local councils being...
Region of Waterloo

Marking National Indigenous People’s Day

The Waterloo Region Museum is celebrating National Indigenous People’s Day with a special guest speaker next week. Phil Monture from Six Nations of the...

Time to say goodbye at Linwood PS

The school year is winding down as it does every June at this time, but this year is significant for many teachers and staff...

Auditors give Wellesley finances a clean bill of health

Low levels of debt and a strong equity position have put Wellesley in a good fiscal position, a review of the township’s books reveals. “I’m...

Six young performers selected to take part in this year’s Wellesley...

Six young artists have been selected for this year’s Wellesley Idol competition. Coming from across the rural Waterloo Region, those chosen will be testing...

Woolwich gets ready to roll out its summer camp

Summer officially arrives next week. Soon after, thousands of local kids will be out of school for the next couple of months, with family...

Police look to crackdown on spike in illegal ATV use

A quiet stroll on the trails in and around Elmira is usually a pleasant activity, but a spike in the number of encounters with...

Capital Paving formalizes bid for gravel pit near Maryhill

After a flurry of activity around Conestogo, Winterbourne and West Montrose, it’s Maryhill’s turn in the gravel pit spotlight. Guelph-based Capital Paving wants to...

Cost of building a home in Woolwich to jump again

The privilege of building a new home in Woolwich will cost you an additional $1,800 next month, as the township plans to hike its...