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Cozy Up DTK

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Downtown Kitchener

Cozy Up - DTK

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CTV News Kitchener

Mother sentenced in son's death

From CTV Kitchener’s Krista Simpson: Michelle Hanson has been sentenced after pleading guilty in her son’s death.

CTV News Kitchener

Winter storm cleanup continues

From CTV Kitchener’s Carmen Wong: How area municipalities are dealing with the aftermath of Monday’s winter wallop.

CTV News Kitchener

Two killed in separate Wellesley Township crashes

From CTV Kitchener’s Jeff Pickel: Two people were killed in separate crashes in Wellesley Township on Tuesday.

Heart Beats Hate

How a Former Runaway became a Voice for Victims of Human Trafficking

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CTV News Kitchener

Taking a hard look at public school books

From CTV Kitchener: WRDSB held a meeting to hear from the community as they review potentially harmful and outdated library books.

Deutschmann Law

Deutschmann Law - Social Host Liability (Teenager Parties)

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Eastwood Collegiate Insitute

ECI Staying Connected Presentation

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Dan Nedelko

Live at the Hive - Episode 31 - Smart Social Media Tactics for Business

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CTV News Kitchener

Betty White Challenge raises money for animals

From CTV Kitchener’s Krista Sharpe: Betty White Challenge brings in tens of thousands of dollars in donations to animal-based charities.

CTV News Kitchener

5-year-old girl reads 750 books for MS Society

From CTV Kitchener’s Nicole Lampa: A 5-year-old Stratford girl reads 750 books while raising thousands of dollars for MS Society of Canada.

Danette Adams

Resilient & Resourced Educator #12 - Sheri

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Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Employee Stock Option Plans

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CTV News Kitchener

Third arrest made in fatal hit-and-run

From CTV Kitchener’s Heather Senoran: Third person charged after fatal hit-and-run that killed 23-year-old Alex Dalton last April.

CTV News Kitchener

Local skiers take advantage of mammoth snowfall

From CTV Kitchener’s Spencer Turcotte: Skiers hit the slopes and trails after Monday’s storm brings loads of snow to Waterloo Region.

CTV News Kitchener

Kids enjoy snow day before return to classroom

From CTV Kitchener’s Jeff Pickle: Students made the most of the year’s first snow day before returning to in-person learning.

CTV News Kitchener

Residents react to massive winter storm

From CTV Kitchener’s Carmen Wong: Residents in Waterloo Region adjust after more than 25 cm of snow force several delays and cancelations.

CTV News Kitchener

More snow before a warm up

From CTV Kitchener's Leighanne Evans: Some more snow is on the way, but it won't be as serious as Monday's snowstorm.

Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Solar system at scale from #Mercury to #Saturn #planets at #festivaloflights Stratford Ontario.

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Kitchener Rangers

OHL Announces Postponements and Rescheduled Games

  Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced changes to the regular season schedule of games. Due to Covid-19 protocols affecting the Niagara IceDogs Hockey Club, their game at home to the Peterborough Petes on Tuesday, January 18 has been postponed. The League has also rescheduled a game for Tuesday night as the Kingston Frontenacs will visit the Oshawa Generals in a game previously postponed on December 19. League scheduling adjustments have resulted in four games up until Tuesday, January 25 being being postponed and will be played later in the season. An additional four games have been rescheduled in their place. The Flint Firebirds will not play host to the Soo Greyhounds this weekend, but will instead face the Saginaw Spirit at home on Friday and the Kitchener Rangers at home on Saturday. The Guelph Storm will not face the Saginaw Spirit at home on Friday, but will instead face-off against the Soo Greyhounds at the Sleeman Centre. The game scheduled for Tuesday, January 25 between the Sarnia Sting and host Kitchener Rangers has been postponed and will be played at a later date. The League also announced the rescheduling of one additional game as the Owen Sound Attack will visit the Kitchener Rangers on Tuesday, February 1 in a game previously postponed on December 31. Due to Covid-19 protocols, the following games have been postponed: Tuesday, January 18 – Peterborough Petes at Niagara IceDogs Due to League scheduling adjustments, the following games have been postponed: Friday, January 21 – Soo Greyhounds at Flint Firebirds Friday, January 21 – Saginaw Spirit at Guelph Storm Saturday, January 22 – Soo Greyhounds at Flint Firebirds Tuesday, January 25 – Sarnia Sting at Kitchener Rangers The following games have been rescheduled: Tuesday, January 18 – Kingston Frontenacs at Oshawa Generals, 7:05pm (from Dec. 19) Friday, January 21 – Saginaw Spirit at Flint Firebirds, 7:00pm (from TBD) Friday, January 21 – Soo Greyhounds at Guelph Storm, 7:30pm (from TBD) Saturday, January 22 – Kitchener Rangers at Flint Firebirds, 7:00pm (from Jan. 12) Tuesday, February 1 – Owen Sound Attack at Kitchener Rangers, 7:00pm (from Dec. 31) The following game has an adjusted start time: Friday, January 21 – Erie Otters at London Knights, 7:00pm (was 7:30pm) The OHL will provide updates on additional rescheduled games as confirmed dates become available. For a full list of postponed and rescheduled games, visit ontariohockeyleague.com.

Brickhouse Guitars

SGI Avenir AC-25 CSR Advanced Hybrid Bracing

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Auvik

The Auvik Idea Portal: Innovation Powered by Users

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CTV News Kitchener

Vaccine clinics cancelled due to snow

From CTV Kitchener's Jeff Pickel: Some vaccine clinics were forced to close Monday due to the snowstorm.

CTV News Kitchener

Major roadways closed in GTA

From CTV Kitchener's Krista Simpson: Two major highways closed in the GTA because of Monday morning's snowfall.

CTV News Kitchener

Snowstorm hits southwestern Ontario

From CTV Kitchener's Carmen Wong: A snowstorm hit southern Ontario on Monday, bringing upwards of 20 centimetres in some areas.

Herbert Balagtas

Too much snow even for a fat bike #ONstorm

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CTV News Kitchener

1,000th OHL game for Kitchener linesman

From CTV Kitchener's Spencer Turcotte: A Kitchener linesman is the third official in OHL history to skate 1,000 regular season games.

Daniel Verniel MPP

QP in a Minute - Week of March 5, 2018

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Danette Adams

Resilient and Resourced - Micaela

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Moments of #SkyCastle #winter #FestivalofLights and music at #StratfordOntario #CityHall.

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Greater KW Chamber of Commerce

Federal Election: Local Candidate Forum - Kitchener Conestoga

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Jaclyn Wingfield

Year in review 2021

Before I start: If reading year in review blog posts is not your jam, or puts you in a negative headspace, I support you not reading any further. No hard feelings and I hope you can do something that brings…

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Demon Vlogger

Screwtape Teaches Wormwood about Death

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Habitat For Humanity Waterloo Region

HabitatWR Golf Tournament: We'll see you on the greens June 7, 2018

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Furch Yellow Gc-CR 99924 Demo

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Daniel Verniel MPP

QP in a Minute - Week of November 27 - December 1, 2017

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Hacksmith Industries

MOST UNBREAKABLE BOX EVER?

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Kitchener Rangers

FINAL: Rangers 4, Storm 7

The Kitchener Rangers welcomed the Guelph Storm to The Aud on Sunday night for our only game this weekend.  Midway through the 1st period, Guelph opened the scoring to jump out to a 1-0 lead. The Rangers pushed for the equalizer, but Guelph was able to add another goal to their lead with two minutes remaining. Guelph took a 2-0 lead into the 2nd period and the Rangers would look to bounce back. Francesco Pinelli wristed a shot from the slot and scored to cut Guelph's lead in half, 2-1. Guelph would respond immediately after, extending their lead to 3-1. Just past the halfway point of the period, Roman Schmidt scored his 8th goal of the season and pulled the Rangers within one. Guelph's Sasha Pastujov responded and made it 4-2. They would add another before the end of the period, taking a 5-2 lead into the 3rd.  Five minutes into the period, Carson Rehkopf scored off a nice passing play from Andrew LeBlanc to make it 5-3. Guelph would answer a few minutes after, extending their lead to 6-3. Guelph would score again, extending the lead to 7-3. Andrew LeBlanc scored his first OHL goal and made it 7-4. Guelph would take this game by a final score of 7-4. The Rangers will look to rebound next weekend. Our next home game is Friday, January 21st at 7:30 p.m against The Windsor Spitfires.

CTV News Kitchener

Winter storm barrels into southern Ontario

From CTV Kitchener's Tyler Kelaher: Winter storm headed towards Ontario could bring up to 40 cm of snow in some areas by Monday.

CTV News Kitchener

OPP investigate vehicle break-ins in Arthur

From CTV Kitchener's Colton Wiens: Residents in Arthur left feeling uneasy after multiple reports of vehicle break-ins.

CTV News Kitchener

Mixed feelings toward return to in-person learning

From CTV Kitchener's Krista Simpson: Schools return to in-person learning Monday, but some parents are worried about their child's safety.

CTV News Kitchener

Webcast for Jan. 16

From CTV Kitchener: Your local news and weather for Jan. 16.

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Introducing Summer Treat Wave 2021

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You're Crazy I Love You

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Furch Blue OM CM 101070 Demo

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Contraption Maker: Feed and Get Home

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How to Use Network Management Software to Streamline IT

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