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Police address social media post that claims child was nearly abducted in Waterloo

Police address social media post that claims child was nearly abducted in Waterloo

Police have received calls and messages from concerned parents, but say they haven't been notified about any such incident
Zombie debt will haunt more Canadians as scourge of indebtedness rises: experts

Zombie debt will haunt more Canadians as scourge of indebtedness rises: experts

Zombie debt — old accounts that may have been written off as "uncollectable" and which have passed the statute of limitations — is expected to increase due to Canada's high level of consumer indebtedness, say insolvency experts
Generals motor by Rangers

Generals motor by Rangers

'If our guys play like this every night they'll eventually get rewarded,' says head coach Jay McKee
Legion halls need more volunteers during Remembrance Day events

Legion halls need more volunteers during Remembrance Day events

As veterans and their families continue to get older, more residents are needed to help with Remembrance Day events
Sky-high Remembrance Day tribute cancelled due to weather (update)

Sky-high Remembrance Day tribute cancelled due to weather (update)

The Waterloo Warbirds planned their annual flyover for Nov. 11, but had to cancel due to poor visibility and low ceilings
Good morning, Kitchener!

Good morning, Kitchener!

On Remembrance Day expect periods of snow and wind
Winter weather travel advisory ends for Waterloo Region (update)

Winter weather travel advisory ends for Waterloo Region (update)

Environment Canada issued a statement on Sunday afternoon
Missing teen found safe (update)

Missing teen found safe (update)

He was found safe Sunday
Ontario seeks contractor to help find ways to cut developmental services costs

Ontario seeks contractor to help find ways to cut developmental services costs

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government offered to pay up to $1 million for an outside contractor to help it cut costs in a sector supporting some of the province's most vulnerable residents
Cambridge event aims to build career confidence in teenage girls

Cambridge event aims to build career confidence in teenage girls

The event, Dream It Be It: Career Support for Girls, will run at Langs on Nov. 16th.
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