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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...

Addicted to debt, but it’s our no. 1 financial concern

Even if the credit card bills haven’t started rolling in just yet to remind you of any overspending for the holidays, there’s a good...

Woolwich releases 2017 council remuneration figures

Woolwich councillors collected $129,966.18 in pay, plus $5,461.14 in benefits, filing expense claims of $2,284.28 in 2017. That’s up from $127,247.78 in pay in...

Audit shows 2016 was a strong year for Wellesley, with finances in good shape

Officially wrapping up fiscal 2016, Wellesley got a clean bill of health for its finances courtesy of an auditor’s report presented to council Tuesday...

Wynne continues to mismanage Ontario’s finances

An update of the scoreboard shows it’s competent fiscal management 0, profligate spending 350 billion. Ontarians are familiar with the goose egg on the accountability...

Wynne shows no interest in real accountability

Routinely lambasted for its incompetent handling of government finances and, more generally, the province’s economy, the Wynne Liberals can add evasive to a list...

Auditor gives Wellesley’s finances a clean bill of health

Substantial reserves and a low amount of debt earned Wellesley Township a glowing review of their 2015 audited financial statements, as presented to councillors...

Election sees seniors flex their economic, political muscles

The economic clout of seniors is readily apparent. At election time, their political influence is in full force. On September 3, the Waterloo Region chapter...
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Record rainfall in the region

Unusual winter weather walloped local areas as well as Waterloo Region this past weekend, with record levels of...

Woolwich looks to add green projects as part of climate action plan

Planting trees remains Woolwich’s priority in rolling out a 0.5 per cent greening levy on property taxes again...

Regional downloading adds new cost to township fire dept. budget

Regional downloading is expected to add $100,000 a year to the cost of operating the Woolwich Fire Department...

Talk of affordable housing is just that while growth continues

Woolwich councillors aren’t wrong when they say there’s a lack of housing options, particularly affordable ones, in the...

Downed planes are collateral damage

One of the main causes of death for airline passengers in recent decades is being shot down by...

The View From Here: January 16, 2020

The region and the townships may have a different take on what's fair when it comes...