Tag: Waterloo

GRCA Reminds Farmers Of Cover Crop Incentive

Attention Farmers! The Grand River Conservation Authority is offering area farmers incentives for Cover Crops under the Rural Water Quality Program. The program offers a per acre incentive to applicants in Waterloo Region, Wellington, Brant, Haldimand, and Dufferin counties. The

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Kitchener-Waterloo Food Bank Sees Substantial Donations – GNSOTD Fri, Sept 4th 2020

The Food Bank of Waterloo Region says that more than 34,500 people have struggled to put food on the table during the pandemic. Saying there are so many unknowns about the fall, the question of will there be a second

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QuaranTrivia Online Game Fights COVID Misinformation

University of Waterloo student is helping to combat COVID-19 misinformation with a little help from an adorable animation called Dr. Pixel. Science student Ridhi Patel found herself at home in Niagara Falls when the pandemic shut down the Waterloo campus

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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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Winter Travel Advisory & Snowfall Warning In Effect For Wednesday, Dec 18th, 2019

A band of snow coming from Lake Huron is looking to cause some potentially heavy snow squalls and travel troubles later Today. The farther north and west you look, the worse it becomes. In the Brantford/ Brant County & Kitchener/Waterloo

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Waterloo Teen Makes Swim Club More Accessible – GNSOTD Wednesday, Dec 11th, 2019

Youth Accessibility Leader, and student at the University of Waterloo, Liliana Paroski is a former competitive swimmer who wanted to help children with autism or ADHD more easily participate in the sport. Thanks to a Federal grant she was able to do just

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OpenTable’s List Of The Top 100 Restaraunts in Canada 2019

OpenTable has once again released their list of the Top 100 Restaurants in Canada for the year. They say the list is a comprehensive look at the year’s most beloved dining spots selected from more than 500,000 verified diner reviews of

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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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