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Wellesley to focus on west-side growth

Future growth in the Village of Wellesley will be to the west under a redrawing of the settlement boundaries approved last week by township...

Woolwich still refining stockyards plan

Beyond the farmers’ market and the livestock exchange, Woolwich sees the opportunity for a broader range of retail, office space and light industrial uses...

Neighbours want no part of Elmira apartment complex

On the heels of opposition to an Ernst Street condominium proposal, another group of Elmira residents were equally unwelcoming to plans for a four-storey,...

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...

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...

Expansion of Elmira’s Foodland plaza cleared after legal appeal

A developer’s expansion bid for an Elmira shopping plaza having been backed by a provincial agency, Woolwich must now decide if it wants to...

View From Here – June 21, 2018

Shopping in downtown cores may not be what it used to be for a host of reasons ...

Tribunal decision a challenge to Woolwich’s assumptions about downtown

Charged with being an improvement on the provincial agency it replaced, the Environment & Land Tribunals Ontario process is supposed to be more attentive...
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Teachers hit the picket lines

High school teachers and support staff at schools across the Waterloo Region District School...

Getting drivers to slow down a slow process in Woolwich Township

Traffic issues, particularly speeding, are a frequent source of public complaints received by Woolwich officials. Often more...

A-carolling we go, as covered bridge hosts annual sing-along on Monday night

Recently repaired and opened to traffic, the West Montrose covered bridge will be pedestrian’s only for a...

Province rolls out new dental program for low-income seniors

As part of a plan to keep seniors healthy and end hallway healthcare, the Ontario government is...

Police out in force with RIDE programs through the holidays

With the holidays just weeks away, police have their festive RIDE program in full swing. Police services...