June 30, 2022 - OBSERVER

June 30, 2022

  • Woolwich to look at video cameras to counter vandalism
  • Residents seeking another option for rehabilitation of covered bridge
  • New study looks at the issues faced by women experiencing homelessness
  • Transgender, non-binary youth have lower sense of belonging
  • At first convocation since the pandemic, EDSS sends the class of ’22 out into the world
  • Community experts say Lanxess is not doing enough to address contaminated hotspots in creek
  • Waterloo Regional Police partner with SPIDR Tech to enhance communication with residents
  • Editorial: Trying to enjoy Canada Day despite the ongoing hurdles
  • Homelessness is a problem we want dealt with … out of sight
  • Increased demand has biogas facility looking to double in size
  • Woolwich set for in-person Canada Day
  • Youth mental health takes centre stage
  • Drayton show tackles a theme that’s more relevant than ever
  • Émigrés have plenty of stories to tell about coming to America
  • For drivers, summertime means dealing with delays and detours from construction
  • Woolwich to avoid trimming around trees
  • Woolwich to buy former childcare site in Elmira

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