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Elmira
Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Local health centre looking to be a rural voice under province’s...

The province is proposing a massive overhaul of Ontario’s vast healthcare system, which, if implemented, promises to shakeup how services are planned, delivered and...

St. Jacobs event marks national farm safety week

You may not have marked it off in your calendar, but we are in the midst of Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, a campaign dedicating...

Young EDSS skier’s extensive effort is paying off

She may have been among the youngest competitors there, but that didn’t stop EDSS student Abby Byers from earning herself a bronze medal in...

Lancers Claim WCSSAA girls’ Hockey Crown

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Town hall addresses hate crime

Not an isolated incident, the recent case of threatening graffiti at Wellesley Public School prompted police and school board officials to host a public...

Woolwich taxes to rise 3.39%

Some minor changes aside, Woolwich councillors this week ended the budget process pretty much where it started, with most of them satisfied with a...

Minding the gap is the latest push for group monitoring cleanup...

There was a time when Elmira was home to open-air pits containing some of the worst, most hazardous chemicals known to man. Stored in...

They’ve got fundraising in the cards

A first-of-its-kind fundraiser is expected to be not only a boon for the Mennonite Central Committee but also for collectors of vintage hockey cards. The...

Woolwich approves kennel for Elmira; neighbour supports venture

The sole opponent largely having a change of heart, Woolwich councillors this week quickly approved an application for small dog-breeding kennel in Elmira. Tuesday night’s...
Region of Waterloo

Mayors take region’s message to provincial, federal officials

Township mayors were among a group of local officials taking part in some firsthand advocacy, taking their message to Parliament Hill and Queen’s Park. Woolwich...