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City looking to secure $15.5M in old debt

The bulk of that debt was incurred by the city in 2012 in relation to the south side storm sewer project, the University of Waterloo Stratford campus, and the Cooper site

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Breakfast tackles quality of life questions

Attended by community shareholders from all walks of life, the meeting aimed to gather feedback from the community as to what next steps should be taken

Lions launch recruiting campaign in Listowel

LISTOWEL – With over 46,000 clubs worldwide, it is a little surprising that the Lions haven’t set up shop in a centre like Listowel sooner.

Proposed collector road on peninsula causing concern

Bruce County plans to move forward with creation of a new collector road along the west shore of the Bruce Peninsula isn’t going down well with the mayor of South Bruce Peninsula.

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Attack prompts city to consider restrictions on two dogs

Animal control officer Jeff Letson investigated the biting incident, which resulted in a $140 provincial offences ticket for the dogs’ owner

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Book by local writer tackles spectre of sexual abuse

It has taken Trudy Metzger years to tell her story.

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Wellesley’s new Community Food Cupboard opening soon

The shelves are empty now, but organizers behind Wellesley’s new mini-foodbank are ready to take donations they say will help local people get enough to eat.

Taste of Woolwich celebrates local food

Local food enthusiasts will be gathering at St. Teresa’s Church in Elmira on April 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. for Taste of Woolwich 2015. Hosted by Woolwich Healthy Communities, the event has run annually since 2006.

Woolwich supports economic development corporation

Woolwich Township has given its stamp of approval to the Waterloo Region Economic Development Corporation — but with quite a few caveats.

Jim Brown returning to direct Town of St. Marys finances

Stepped down in 2013 to pursue same role in Ingersoll

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