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Bike For Blood Begins Today

Today is the day that 29 Year Old, Lindsay Bowman, of Brantford will begin cycling 153 kilometres over the next two days. Canada is celebrating it’s 153rd birthday Tomorrow but Lindsay’s cause is using that number to help Canadians as

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Winter Travel Advisory For Kitchener-Waterloo & Hamilton

If you are looking to make your commute this morning, expect your drive to be affected by the snowfall this morning. Environment Canada has issued a Winter Travel Advisory affecting large sections of Southern Ontario including Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Hamilton

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Kitchener Church Solves Inadequate Shelter Issue – GNSOTD Tuesday, Nov 19th, 2019

When the call came in that the region’s overflow shelter wasn’t ready in time for the early winter weather in Kitchener, The Working Centre and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Duke Street stepped up to help those in need. They

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Christmas Lights Are Lit Around The Region With More To Come

This weekend saw the first batch of Santa Claus Parades and also the lighting of many lights around the various regions. If you are looking to take a trip with the family to see some of the lighting displays currently available

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Santa Claus Parades This Weekend, Nov 16th & 17th 2019

The season is coming, and while we prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ, there are some entertainments of the season that are coming up for families to enjoy. There are a few Santa Claus Parades taking place this weekend,

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Food Bank Use Up In Ontario

If you’ve been debating about helping out any of the food drives going on you might want to know that food bank use has been increasing in various regions in recent years. In fact according to the annual Hamilton Hunger

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Help For Four Legged Friends In Need – GNSOTD Wednesday, Oct 16th 2019

It is a long-standing practice to raise food to help people who have a hard time feeding themselves, and their families, but what about our four legged family members? Food banks don’t always have pet food supplies available as they

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Learn A Skill, Help With Waste, Be Creative In Kitchener – GNSOTD Wednesday, Oct 9th 2019

What started as an effort to reduce clutter in a Kitchener woman’s life turned into a mission to clamp down on the amount of usable cloth sent to landfill. Dayna Barnes offers sewing classes, bespoke costume creation and has made her warehouse space

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Learning Gardens At Library – GNSOTD Tuesday June 4th 2019

“We see kids come into the library after school and they don’t leave until we close at night. They haven’t eaten a thing,” said Kitchener Public Library CEO Mary Chevreau. That issue was the impetus for a fantastic idea that

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Most Shirts Ever And Money For A Good Cause – GNSOTD Thursday Feb 21 2019

A Kitchener man was joking around with his son and reading through the Guinness Book of World Records when they thought that he should try one on for size. So plans began to form for Ted Hastings to try to beat

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