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Posted Friday, 14 June, 2024

About the project The Region is adding protective measures for wildlife along Roseville Road. The work includes directional fencing and a tunnel under Roseville Road.
Timing – June 10, 2024 Construction will be completed in stages starting June 10, 2024, and be completed by the end of June 2024.
Closures – Roseville Road Roseville Road will be closed to through traffic on or about June 17, 2024, for approximately 10 days from 905m east of Brown Avenue to...

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Posted Friday, 14 June, 2024

Waterloo Region, ON  – Schneider Haus is pleased to open Matrilineal Hauntings, a new installation of sculptures by Toronto-based artist and art historian Kathy Kranias. Drawing on her family history in her matrilineal line, the exhibition explores intimate partner violence, the effects felt intergenerationally, and the “tension between quiet violence and injustice” that parallels our current times.
Matrilineal Hauntings features five ceramic vessels...

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Posted Thursday, 13 June, 2024

Waterloo Region –  Grand River Transit is mapping out the next five years of transit service investments, as it responds to unprecedented ridership in the fastest growing community in Canada.
Across the Region, community feedback will be gathered to inform GRT’s Conventional Bus and ION Train Business Plan, MobilityPLUS Business Plan and Township Transportation Strategy.
Together, the plans will be the roadmap to guide transit service expansion and investments...

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Posted Wednesday, 12 June, 2024

Waterloo Region – On Tuesday June 11 th , housing developers, advocates, industry experts, academics, elected officials and municipal staff took part in the Region of Waterloo’s inaugural Homes for All Summit at Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum.
As part of the Region of Waterloo’s Homes for All strategic priority, the Homes for All Summit was an action-oriented event exploring different models, tools, policies and approaches to creating more affordable...

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Posted Tuesday, 11 June, 2024

About the project The Region is improving Victoria Street North by replacing the asphalt road surface, storm sewers, sidewalks, curbs, and gutters. They will also add new traffic signals at Victoria Street North and Ahrens Street, and upgrade the streetlights. A new multi-use path will also run from Victoria Street North and Weber Street West intersection to the Kitchener GO/Via Rail train station.
Timing — starts July 2, 2024 We are starting construction on or about...

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