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CTV News Kitchener

Man robbed at knifepoint by three others

Police are investigating after a man was reportedly robbed at knifepoint by three males in Waterloo.

Bikey Family

Timelapse from Oct 18 2019

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CTV News Kitchener

Person seriously hurt after being attacked by three people in Cambridge

A person was seriously hurt after they were reportedly assaulted by three unknown males in a Cambridge park on Thursday.

Bikey Family

Timelapse of the ride from DCC to KPL circa Oct 2019

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Botanical Propaganda

Reopening..

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Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPISODE 20 MAT MCCARTHY

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CTV News Kitchener

Six bunnies have been found abandoned in a Brantford neighbourhood

Six bunnies have been dropped off at the Brant County SPCA in just the last week, and they’re believed to be domesticated animals that someone abandoned.

CTV News Kitchener

Mildred is on the mend! Humane Society gives update on rescued dog

The Humane Society of Kitchener Waterloo and Stratford Perth says it’s overwhelmed by the community support for Mildred, the senior dog who was found in a plastic bag at the side of the road near Listowel.

CTV News Kitchener

Taxi driver describes alleged assault by passenger carrying a gun

A taxi driver who says he was assaulted by a passenger carrying gun, spoke exclusively with CTV News about the scary encounter.

CTV News Kitchener

Roadside farmers' market closed for COVID-19 investigation

The Huron-Perth Health Unit has temporarily closed Zehr’s Country Markets near Bayfield and Dashwood following a positive COVID-19 case associated with the Bayfield location.

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Vegetation Sampling Protocol at rare

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Region of Waterloo

COVID Media briefing - July 7, 2020

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Onion Honey

Thank You!

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CTV News Kitchener

Man killed in car explosion outside Kitchener courthouse, police believe IED involved

Waterloo Regional Police say a car explosion in front of the Kitchener courthouse Friday morning “appears to be the result of a suspected improvised explosive device.”

CTV News Kitchener

Six new COVID-19 cases in Waterloo Region; fewer than 100 new cases in Ontario

There are six new cases of COVID-19 in Waterloo Region, according to public health officials.

CTV News Kitchener

Woman dead after crash with hydro pole; thousands of customers lose power

A 95-year-old woman died Friday morning, after her car struck a hydro pole in Waterloo.

Local LInk

St. Norbert Farmers’ Market Adapts to New Reality

Source: Washington Free Press, by Janice Morley-Lecomte

Summer is a great time to get out and visit local sites and to purchase fresh produce supplied through local venues. Le Marché St Norbert Farmers’ Market is one of these venues.


CTV News Kitchener

Ontario to allow school boards to stagger the first week of school

The Ontario government will be allowing boards to adopt a “staggered start” to the first week of school in September.

CTV News Kitchener

School board’s reaction to new plan from province

From CTV Kitchener’s Jeff Pickel: Waterloo school board members go online to react to the province’s latest back-to-school announcement.

519 Sports Online

Kitchener's Tyler Hinrikus heading south to play NCAA Division 1 baseball

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Danny Michel

Dan's Space Van S6 Teaser feat. Brian Stemmle

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CTV News Kitchener

WLU profs set up literacy lessons for young Kenyans

From CTV Kitchener’s Zayn Jinah: Two local professors are helping children in Kenya who can’t go to school due the pandemic.

Elfie Kalfakis

Sri Yanta United

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CTV News Kitchener

Online game dispelling COVID-19 myths

From CTV Kitchener's Stephanie Villella: The UW student behind Quarantrivia hopes to share good information while also entertaining.

CTV News Kitchener

Fields to Forks: Growing a new kind of peach

From CTV Kitchener's Shannon Bradbury: A Beamsville farm is growing a new variety of peach that can be picked earlier in the season.

CTV News Kitchener

Safe shopping for back-to-school clothes

From CTV Kitchener's Carmen Wong: Families adjusting to new rules when they go clothes shopping back-to-school.

CTV News Kitchener

Opening day at Rockton Farmers' Market

Form CTV Kitchener's Natalie Van Rooy: A huge show of support for the community after they were forced to cancel the Rockton World's Fair.

CTV News Kitchener

Homicide investigation leads to drug arrest

From CTV Kitchener's Krista Simpson: Police say more arrests are coming as they continue to investigate the death of Irshad Sabriye.

CTV News Kitchener

Reaction to the Ontario's back-to-school plan

From CTV Kitchener's Nicole Lampa: Parents, teachers, school boards and politicians weigh in on the province's latest announcement.

Communitech

Ask Me Anything Sessions: The Evolution of Events: 2020 & Beyond

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CTV News Kitchener

Latest COVID-19 data in region and province

From CTV Kitchener: New COVID-19 numbers and data has been unveiled by the Region of Waterloo and Ontario health officials.

CTV News Kitchener

More arrests expected in death investigation: WPRS

From CTV Kitchener's Krista Simpson: Police are expecting more arrests in an investigation connected to the death of Irshad Sabriye.

Jacki Yovanoff

Last Dance - Summer: The Donna Summer Musical - Mirvish Season Preview

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Agilicus Blog

Agilicus: CNCF Eastern Canada Stories

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Arts Faculty

MPS Policy Datafest 2020 - second place winning team

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Kitchener-Wilmo Hydro

Small business owners can find big savings with the Refrigeration Efficiency Program

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenging time for area small businesses, and Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro Inc. and Waterloo North Hydro want to help. The two electrical utilities are offering support to local business owners through a program that can help increase their energy savings by improving their refrigeration equipment.

The Refrigeration Efficiency Program (REP) offers small business owners with commercial grade refrigeration equipment a free assessment of their system and up to $2,500 in incentives towards energy efficient upgrades. Through REP, small business owners can replace inefficient motors, reduce and control cold air loss, and have dust and debris cleaned from key components.

There are many benefits to improving your business’s refrigeration equipment, including:

  • Saving approximately $100 per month in energy costs.
  • Reducing refrigeration energy use by 45 to 60 percent.
  • Improving food safety with new and more reliable equipment.
  • Extending equipment life by up to five years.

For more information or to schedule a free refrigeration assessment, contact the REP team at 1-833-274-7378 or email rep@burmanenergy.ca. Following the assessment, your business will receive a detailed action plan designed to maximize the energy savings while minimizing disruption to your business. All equipment replacements and installations are completed by a licensed local refrigeration contractor.

What are the Eligibility Requirements?
Your business may qualify for REP if  you meet the following criteria:

  • You have a General Service Account (residential accounts are not eligible).
  • Your business uses commercial-grade refrigeration to cool products.
  • Your business has an average peak electricity demand of less than 250 kilowatts annually.
  • You own or lease the facility (if you lease the space, you must have written permission from the owner).
  • You have not participated in a previous business refrigeration program.

For more information on REP, the eligibility requirements and the application process, please visit www.kwhydro.ca or www.wnhydro.com/rep.

For more energy saving tips and tools, go to www.kwhydro.ca or visit www.wnhydro.com/energyefficiency.

 

About Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro Inc.

Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro Inc. is a local distribution company, responsible for distributing electricity to more than 97,000 homes and businesses within the City of Kitchener and the Township of Wilmot. A wholly owned subsidiary of Kitchener Power Corp., Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro Inc. is one of the most efficient utilities in Ontario and is focused on providing a safe and reliable supply of electricity to its customers.

 

About Waterloo North Hydro Inc. 

Waterloo North Hydro Inc. is regulated and licensed to provide all regulated electricity distribution services to 58,000 residential and business customers spanning 683 square kilometers in the City of Waterloo and the Townships of Wellesley and Woolwich. Waterloo North Hydro Inc. is a subsidiary of Waterloo North Hydro Holding Corporation and is jointly owned by the City of Waterloo and the Townships of Wellesley and Woolwich.

 


Arts Faculty

MPS Policy Datafest 2020 - third place winning team

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CTV News Kitchener

Back-to-school plan from multiple perspectives

From CTV Kitchener: A high school science department head and biostatistician gives his take on Ontario’s back-to-school plan.

CTV News Kitchener

Region works on plan for $43 million in funds

From CTV Kitchener’s Jeff Pickel: The Region of Waterloo is working on a plan for the $43 million in pandemic funds from governments.

Danny Michel

Feather Fur & Fin stems breakdown

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CTV News Kitchener

COVID-19 taking a toll on mental health

From CTV Kitchener’s Natalie Van Rooy: A new study shows women are disproportionately impacted by mental health issues related to the pandemic.

Alysha Brilla

"Bigger Than That" Alysha Brilla LIVE Facebook Feed from Montreal Jazz Festival 2016

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Alysha Brilla

Sarees

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Alysha Brilla

Changing The World- Alysha Brilla

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CTV News Kitchener

Wood in short supply for home projects

From CTV Kitchener's Zayn Jinah: Many lumber suppliers can’t keep up with demand, thanks to delays and slowdowns related to the pandemic.

Alysha Brilla

Ahimsa/Non-Violence LIVE at Studio Brilla

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Alysha Brilla

Womxn - Alysha Brilla

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Alysha Brilla

"High Tide or Low Tide" Bob Marley Cover by Alysha Brilla

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Alysha Brilla

Bigger Than That- Alysha Brilla & Friends LIVE at Studio Brilla

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Alysha Brilla

"No More Violence" by Alysha Brilla

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