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Two Cameron Heights students, one at Forest Hill test positive for COVID-19

Two Cameron Heights students, one at Forest Hill test positive for COVID-19

Public Health says no high-risk contacts were identified within the schools
Cambridge council votes to approve temporary use by-law for restaurant patios

Cambridge council votes to approve temporary use by-law for restaurant patios

The unanimous decision sees reduced headache for businesses looking to establish future patios on private property
Flu shot campaign first pillar of Ontario fall pandemic preparedness plan: Ford

Flu shot campaign first pillar of Ontario fall pandemic preparedness plan: Ford

The province will spend $70 million to purchase 5.1 million doses of the flu vaccine — 700,000 more than the previous year
Kitchener resident one of three charged after marijuana was stolen during B&E

Kitchener resident one of three charged after marijuana was stolen during B&E

The other two are from Guelph
Police Chief Larkin calls for ‘common sense’ ahead of Laurier homecoming weekend

Police Chief Larkin calls for ‘common sense’ ahead of Laurier homecoming weekend

He says police will be ‘strict, but fair’ in response to unsanctioned gatherings, health guideline violations
Another COVID-19 case in one of the region's schools

Another COVID-19 case in one of the region's schools

A student at Preston High School has tested positive
Martin's Family Fruit Farm has been renovating during COVID-19

Martin's Family Fruit Farm has been renovating during COVID-19

The renovations are currently underway at the on-farm orchard market
Demand for flu shot higher than usual

Demand for flu shot higher than usual

With COVID-19 in the equation, more people are looking to make sure they're covered when it comes to the seasonal flu
UW students to go online again for winter term

UW students to go online again for winter term

The news was confirmed in a letter to students Tuesday morning
Demand for testing ramps up as Waterloo Region enters 'new wave' of COVID-19

Demand for testing ramps up as Waterloo Region enters 'new wave' of COVID-19

Local assessment centres have been overwhelmed and turned residents away
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