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Posted Friday, 23 September, 2022

Waterloo Region – Today the Region of Waterloo Museums opens an all-new, multimedia exhibition at the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum that explores the oral histories of Waterloo Region as told through local, Indigenous voices.
Dibaajimowin is curated by Emma Rain Smith who is Aniishnaabe from Walpole Island First Nations. She is a Fine Arts graduate of the University of Waterloo currently working on her Masters in Indigenous History. Her work on Dibaajimowin...

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Posted Thursday, 22 September, 2022

Office for Which
Vote to be Held
Number to be Elected
Regional Chair
1
Regional Councillor – Cambridge
2
Regional Councillor – Kitchener
4
Regional Councillor - Waterloo
2
For more election information, visit wrvotes.com or contact your area municipality. 
Area Municipality
 
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Clerk’s Office
City of Cambridge
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Posted Wednesday, 21 September, 2022

With input from the community, Regional Council sets the direction for the Region as an organization and makes decisions that help improve the lives of Waterloo Region residents every day. Please refer to the minutes for an official record of the meeting.
Region continues to ensure safe and secure water supply as community grows
Regional Council approved the water and wastewater monitoring report for 2021, which shows that capacity continues to meet demands across the...

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Posted Tuesday, 20 September, 2022

Waterloo Region – To accommodate everyone 18 years of age and older who will become eligible for the COVID-19 bivalent booster on September 26, the Region is planning to reopen the Cambridge Pinebush vaccination clinic.
Adults who are 18 years of age and older will be able to use the provincial portal starting on Monday, September 26 to book an appointment for their bivalent booster dose:
How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment . 
The Moderna Spikevax...

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Posted Friday, 16 September, 2022

Waterloo Region – As part of the provincial moment of silence, Grand River Transit bus and ION train service will pause for 96 seconds at 1 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19, to honour the late Queen Elizabeth II.
For safety reasons, GRT buses and trains will only pause if safe to do so; buses will not pause if they are travelling on a highway. Customers are reminded to allow extra time when travelling or planning a trip for Monday afternoon. All service will resume following...

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