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Yannick Krauss is the MVP in District 8 Boys Volleyball

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Under-14 AA Hockey - Waterloo Wolves vs Kitchener Jr. Rangers

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Guelph’s candlelit vigil

Many gathered at Marianne’s Park to shed light on gender-based violence 33 years after the École Polytechnique tragedy in Montreal.

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Assault charges laid following incident at local high school

Two youth have been charged after an incident involving a knife at Forest Heights Collegiate Institute. CTV’s Shelby Knox reports.

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GOJHL - Stratford Warriors vs Elmira Sugar Kings

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WOSHL - Plattsville Lakers vs Erin Blitz

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Under-18 Hockey - Huron Perth Lakers vs London Jr. Knights

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Under-16 Hockey - Elgin-Middlesex Canucks vs Cambridge Hawks

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PJHL - Norwich Merchants vs New Hamburg Firebirds

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GOJHL - Cambridge RedHawks vs Kitchener-Waterloo Siskins

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Cordial Catholic, K Albert Little

The Catholic Guide to Death, Dying, and the Afterlife (w/ Dr. Randall B. Smith)

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AUDIO REVIEW: Ants From Up There is a culmination of despair, sung from the soul

Feeling emotionally available as the new year comes closer? Ants From Up There, the second studio album by British rock band Black Country, New Roads, deserves to be the newest thing to make you cry.


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RECAP: Rangers Nation launches 9,962 stuffed animals in 4-1 victory over rival Guelph Tuesday

Kitchener, Ont. – Rangers' captain Francesco Pinelli (Los Angeles Kings) scored just 4:17 into the game to send Rangers Nation to their feet launching 9,962 stuffed animals onto the ice for charity. The Rangers posted a commanding 4-1 victory in front of a season-high 6,644 fans at The Aud Tuesday. Kitchener has now won three of their last four games and are 4-1-0-0 against Guelph this season.
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Pinelli got the ‘Teddy Bear Toss’ started after skating end-to-end from the Rangers’ zone up the left-wing wall and scoring from the middle of the left circle, off the far glove of Storm’ netminder Jacob Oster and into the net. Guelph's Michael Buchinger tied the game at 10:03 on an akward play in front of the Rangers' net. On a defensive-zone pass between two Rangers, Guelph's Buchinger slapped the puck off a Ranger defender's stick and into the net past a surprised Marcus Vandenberg. The game was tied 1-1 after the opening frame. Guelph led in shots 16-12. Filip Mešár (Montreal Canadiens) scored the next two for the Rangers. First, on a Rangers' rush into the Guelph zone, Mešár's intended pass to Carson Rehkopf deflected off a Storm defenceman and redirected into the net at 17:10 of the middle period. Mešár added his second of the night just 31 seconds into the final period. From the left circle, Matthew Sop found Mešár backdoor who converted far-side past Oster to earn the Rangers a 3-1 lead. Then, Kitchener's Adrian Misaljevic scored his first of the season at 2:18 of the third period. A shot from Jesse Fishman that missed the net was dug out by Joseph Serpa who found Misaljevic at the right side of the goal. Misaljevic scored farside to increase Kitchener’s lead to three goals. Final shots favoured the Rangers 39-38. Kitchener was 0-for-2 on the power-play and 1-for-1 on the penalty-kill. Mešár was awarded the game's first star, Pinelli earned second star honours and Vandenberg earned the game's third star after making 38 saves on 39 shots. Next Up: The Rangers hit the road to face-off against the Petes in Peterborough this Thursday. The East Avenue Blue return back to The Aud this Friday against the Niagara IceDogs at 7:30 p.m. Great seats are still available and can be purchased here.   For inquiries, contact: Dominic Hennig Senior Director, Broadcasting, Communications & Hockey Operations Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club 519-497-9342 dhennig@kitchenerrangers.com

Spoke Online

VIDEO: Conestoga esports hub opens for drop-in play

The esports hub at Conestoga’s Waterloo campus is now fully up and running and open for general drop-in play.

Spoke Online reporter Russel Evans takes you inside the brand new facility.


CTV News Kitchener

Seniors on roller skates

A small community gym in Breslau is bringing back roller skating disco to keep seniors active. Ricardo Veneza explains.

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Teddy toss returns

Stuffed animals will be flying for the annual Teddy Bear Toss charity event. CTV’s Colton Wiens has more from the Aud.

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Fuel surcharges coming

Canada Post is imposing a fuel surcharge on parcel services. Spencer Turcotte explains how much that could cost people.

CTV News Kitchener

Remembering Montreal victims on 33rd anniversary

CTV’s Krista Sharpe has more on the local events honouring victims of the École Polytechnique shooting.

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A controversial decision reversed

Waterloo regional council voted to rescind a previous vote to give councillors benefits for life. Jeff Pickel reports.

CTV News Kitchener

Overdose alert in Waterloo region

CTV’s Stephanie Villella has more on the local warning about an increase in the number of drug poisonings reported.

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Buyer shares terms about farmland purchase

Transactions involving the sale and leveraging of Greenbelt land by developers have prompted accusations of inside information being leaked.

CTV News Kitchener

CTV News Kitchener at Six for Tuesday, December 6, 2022

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Waterloo Ravens visit CTV to make holiday donations

The Waterloo Ravens U13 AA hockey team visits CTV News Kitchener in support of the one stop holiday drop in support of toy mountain.

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Here's a handy gift guide for dads

If you're still looking for the perfect holiday gift, lifestyle expert Roland Acheampong has a breakdown of this year's hot gifts.

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Cloudy conditions continue

Will the sun make an appearance this week? CTV's Will Aiello has your full forecast for Waterloo region.

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Holiday fashion trends 2022

From sparkles to sequins and so much more! Stylist Natalie Sexton explains how to find that perfect holiday outfit.

Kitchener Rangers

Rangers sign goaltender Luca DiFelice

Kitchener, Ont. – The Kitchener Rangers announced today that goaltender Luca DiFelice (pronounced dee-fuh-lee-chay) has committed to an OHL Standard Player Agreement (SPA) and education package with the club.
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“Luca is highly regarded as one of the top goaltenders in the 2022 OHL Draft,” said Kitchener Rangers General Manager Mike McKenzie. “He is a competitor on the ice and will be a great addition to our club. We look forward to developing Luca moving forward.” DiFelice was selected by the Rangers in the fourth round, 72nd overall, of the 2022 OHL Priority Selection. He is the second-highest goaltender selected by the Rangers in the past eight years after Jackson Parsons who was picked in the third round, 53rd overall of the 2020 OHL Draft. Most recently, DiFelice currently plays for the Toronto Marlboros U18 AAA hockey club in the GTHL. “Signing with the Rangers is amazing just because of the history behind this organization,” said DiFelice. “With the amount of top NHL prospects that have come from the Rangers, I think it’s the best path as a player to get to the next level. They are the best organization in the OHL, the way they treat all of their players and staff is top notch. It’s hard to take it all in right now but I cannot wait to play a part of what’s ahead.” A native of Brampton, Ont., DiFelice spent the majority of his minor hockey playing eight consecutive years with the Don Mills Flyers in the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL). At the OHL Cup this past Spring, DiFelice recorded a 2.34 goals against average (GAA) and a .908 save percentage (SAV%) in three games and was named the Flyers most valuable player/player of the game in the tournament. DiFelice will be on the bench with the Rangers at The Aud tonight and will wear number 34 for Kitchener.   For inquiries, contact: Dominic Hennig Senior Director, Broadcasting, Communications & Hockey Operations Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club 519-497-9342 dhennig@kitchenerrangers.com

Kitchener Rangers

Digital East Avenue Blue Game Day Magazine – Tuesday edition vs. Guelph

The East Avenue Blue magazine has gone digital! Fans can get the same game information, rosters, bios and game stories, but with new interactive elements.

Greater KW Chamber of Commerce

Female Founders: Jennifer Seberras from Simplify Supply Chain Solutions

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Cyber crime: An ongoing threat to small Canadian businesses, expert says

Internet hacking or cybercrime is becoming very common in Canada. It is no secret that anyone with a computer or a smart device is at risk of getting hacked.

‘’I opened my small antique business in 2019, and all our transactions were done online. Within five months of opening the company, my website was hacked, and I suffered a huge loss,’’ said Jack Brian, owner of K& K Company.

Nowadays, people prefer to use online features for banking transactions and data input. Due to online transactions, the risk of cybercrime increases. Small businesses are often hit particularly hard by the crimes, since they try to keep up with consumer demand but invest less in cyber security features.

“It is essential to invest in cyber security within the organization to protect the customer’s trust, company’s assets, and reputation. Small businesses shut down easily due to cyber threats,”’ said Lucy Liu, a cyber crime and IT specialist.

CYBER CRIME CHART OF ALL COUNTRIES (REFERENCE – reviewlution.ca/resources/cyber-crime-statistics/

A recent report from Statistics Canada found that just under one-fifth (18%) of Canadian businesses were impacted by cybersecurity incidents, compared with 21% of Canadian companies in 2019 and 2017. One interesting point was that 16% of small businesses were affected, and the most common incidents were stealing money or financial or personal data.

‘’I had one IT specialist in my company, and due to the budget constraints, I did not invest well enough in cyber security, and that was the biggest mistake I made in my initial days. It took me months to gain customer’s trust again,’’ said Brian.

Internet hacking affects businesses to such a level that they suffer a bad reputation, loss of data, and loss in financial condition. People lose trust in business, and business sales are impacted to a large extent.

‘’Very few businesses report to police or cyber cell. Organizations should understand that reporting crime at the right time is very important,’’ said Liu.


Spoke Online

VIDEO: Niagara bests Conestoga in men’s basketball buzzer beater

The Conestoga Condors team fell just short to the Niagara Knights on Nov. 16, 2022 from a last second buzzer beater. Final score 87-85.


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VIDEO: Conestoga men’s basketball team edges out St. Clair in overtime thriller

The Condors overcame an 11 point deficit at half to overcome St. Clair in overtime. Terell Lloyd and Ladera Ujullu-Obang combined for 83 points on the night.


CTV News Kitchener

Canadians putting daily living expenses on credit: Equifax


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Under-22 Women's Hockey - East Ottawa Stars vs Cambridge Rivulettes

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Carla Beharry

SOMATIC CENTERING PRACTICE | Healing Racial Trauma

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PJHL - Wellesley Applejacks vs New Hamburg Firebirds

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GOJHL - Ayr Centennials vs Stratford Warriors

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GOJHL - Listowel Cyclones vs Cambridge RedHawks

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PJHL - Hespeler Shamrocks vs Woodstock Navy Vets

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GOJHL - Caledon Bombers vs Kitchener-Waterloo Siskins

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Under-18 Hockey - Brantford 99ers vs Huron Perth Lakers

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Under-16 Hockey - Waterloo Wolves vs Kitchener Jr. Rangers

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Under-22 Women's Hockey - Ridley College Tigers vs Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers

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Santa Claus comes to New Hamburg, Waterloo Region, #Ontario #Canada at the yesterday parade.

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GOJHL - Caledon Bombers vs Listowel Cyclones

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CTV News Kitchener

NHL's Carey Price under scrutiny amid IG post on gun control

Carey Price is under scrutiny after posting about Trudeau's latest push for gun control and supporting a controversial gun lobby group.

CTV News Kitchener

Food prices expected to soar

Canada’s Food Price report expects food prices to rise by up to 7 per cent next year. CTV’s Krista Sharpe has more.

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How seaweed is helping heart bypass patients

New research out of the University of Waterloo is using seaweed molecules to improve outcomes for heart bypass surgery patients.

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Concern over Waterloo encampment

Some community members worry a homeless encampment isn’t safe. CTV’s Jeff Pickel hears from nearby residents and city officials.