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Greater KW Chamber of Commerce

GKWCC AGM 2020

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Elfie Kalfakis

Which Rabbit?

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CTV News Kitchener

Masks will be mandatory in taxis, common areas in apartments starting Sept. 28

Face coverings will be mandatory in Waterloo Region taxis and rideshares, along with in common areas of apartments and condo buildings, starting on Sept. 28.

CTV News Kitchener

Education ministry reviewing symptom list for students to help relieve pressure on testing sites

As more people flood to COVID-19 testing sites in Waterloo Region and around Ontario, the provincial government is reviewing its symptom list for students.

CTV News Kitchener

System outage at Public Health Ontario may result in delayed COVID-19 test results

Public Health Ontario (PHO) said that some COVID-19 test results may be delayed due to a system “outage” that is preventing staff from accessing the information.

CTV News Kitchener

Motorcyclist killed in Kitchener crash; police say another failed to remain at scene

A 24-year-old man has died after his motorcycle and a car collided in Kitchener on Wednesday evening.

CTV News Kitchener

Long-term care homes preparing for second wave of COVID-19

Long-term care homes in Waterloo Region have been on the front lines of the pandemic since it began in the fall and now they're getting ready for a second wave.

The Museum

Agents for Change Artist Update: Spirits of Wasteland with Maayke Schurer

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The Museum

Agents for Change Artist Update: Sounding with Caroline McCaw & Vicki Smith

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The Museum

Agents for Change Artist Update: The Shoreline Project with Liz Miller

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rare Charitable Research Reserve

Are you walking for rare?

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Kitchener Rangers

Joe McDonnell Gets “Another Crack” At Winning His Fifth Stanley Cup

How is Joe McDonnell spending his downtime in the "bubble"? There's a good chance the Director of Amateur Scouting for the Dallas Stars is chopping wood. That's because the Rangers alum has hunkered-down at his family's cottage in northern Ontario to enjoy the last bit of favourable weather while his squad battles the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Finals. Don't be mistaken, though. Being apart from his team hasn't made him any less excited; in fact, he may be slightly more on edge than usual. "I've been fortunate to have won it four out of the five times in my NHL career. It's been so long since the last time though (12 years), but I'm spoiled that way," McDonnell said with a laugh just before the start of the series. Before being hired by the Stars in 2013, the Kitchener native won the Stanley Cup four times with Detroit (1997, 1998, 2002 and 2008). "I know scouts who have been around for 30 or 40 years and never got a sniff at getting to the Final, and here I am again taking another crack at it. I'm very fortunate, that's for sure. It's exciting every time." Aside from it being a first-time finals appearance with Dallas, it's seeing individuals he's picked in the drafts over the past six seasons "being a big reason why we're in the position we're in." He specifically highlighted Miro Heiskanen (Dallas' playoff points leader), Roope Hintz (third in goals during the regular season), and Denis Gurianov (team leader in goals during the regular season). The latter also scored a memorable overtime goal in the Western Conference Finals against Vegas to advance. "As a scout, it's gratifying when you see a kid that you've selected coming through for your team," McDonnell said. That's especially true considering the grind an NHL scout goes through in any "normal" season to find those future assets. "I guess what sets you apart is how much you work and how many games you're going to travel to," McDonnell said. "In scouting, that's the hardest thing; getting from game to game. It's a long year, and you're travelling through a lot of airports and challenging weather. It's hard on the families, too." The scouting schedule allows him to come back to his old stomping grounds at The Aud, though. He is currently the only alum to play for, manage, and lead the Rangers as its head coach. ♦ The 59-year-old former defenceman sits fifth all-time in games played for the franchise (272), which included a memorable run to the 1981 Memorial Cup Final. "At Christmas that year, we were in last-place. After they gave the captaincy to Brian Bellows, all of us older guys just banded together and ended up in first place." For the 1986-87 season, he was back as an assistant coach but would take over as head coach later that year. Two seasons later, he won the Matt Leyden Trophy as CHL Coach of the Year Award. He also led the Rangers to another Memorial Cup Final in 1990, but the team would fall short once again; 4–3 in double overtime to the Oshawa Generals. McDonnell coached the Rangers for nine seasons into total until 1994-95. "The Rangers are a big part of my life. The people and fans are fantastic. I always think about those good times," he said. Now when he visits The Aud to watch from the stands, he appreciates some of the things in RTown that will never change. "The familiar faces, the building, and the jersey; those things always stand out to me. The organization is second to none, in my mind." "I think about my time with the Rangers all the time, especially when I get back to The Aud. Anything I do, I'm a Kitchener boy at heart."

CTV News Kitchener

Kitchener drive-thru COVID-19 testing site to reopen by appointment only on Thursday

Kitchener's drive-thru COVID-19 testing site was closed down early on Wednesday morning after staff reportedly faced verbal abuse and threats of violence.

519 Sports Online

GMHL - Jacob Uridil signs with the Plattsville Lakers

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CTV News Kitchener

Another COVID-19 outbreak declared at Waterloo Region child-care setting

Region of Waterloo Public Health officials have declared an outbreak at a child-care setting in Wellesley after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

CTV News Kitchener

By the time they opened, these COVID-19 testing centres had full lineups

It's becoming a familiar story for those wanting to get tested for COVID-19: an early morning to get in line at one of the region's testing centres, where lines are capped before they even open.

CTV News Kitchener

COVID-19 testing is coming to Ontario pharmacies this week. Here's how it will work

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has announced COVID-19 tests will be available in up to 60 pharmacies across the province starting on Friday.

Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPISODE 39 LENNY LILAC

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519 Sports Online

Minor Hockey - New Hamburg Huskies receive their OMHA champion Red Hats

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Region of Waterloo

COVID Media briefing -- September 22, 2020

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Communitech

TrueNorthTV: Amplifying BIPOC voices with Tyra Jones-Hurst

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Experience Waterloo

How to apply to Waterloo from outside of Ontario

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Onion Honey

Banjo Church #20!

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Communitech

TrueNorthTV: Talking security with Mark Sangster and J. Paul Haynes

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Lutherwood

Lutherwood Employment Job Search Quick Tips #15 - Spread the Word

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Region of Waterloo

Breslau microtransit - Sept. 2020

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519 Sports Online

Minor Lacrosse (CW Bantam/Midget) - Team Yellow vs Team Green

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Lutherwood

50 Years of Lutherwood - Bill Allen

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519 Sports Online

GMHL - Blake Forester signs with the Plattsville Lakers

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Photo The Record

Responding officer

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Botanical Propaganda

March 13, 2020

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CTV News Kitchener

Tracking every case of COVID-19 in Waterloo Region schools

As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.

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DemonVlogger

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519 Sports Online

Local basketball players showcase their skills at Adidas Top 40 camp

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519 Sports Online

Minor Lacrosse - Centre Wellington and Guelph team up getting players back on the field

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Communitech

Ask Me Anything Sessions: Employing Parents in a Pandemic

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Greater KW Chamber of Commerce

Manulife Business Success Series - Adapting Your Social Media Strategy During COVID 19

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519 Sports Online

Kitchener's Luc Brzustowski working hard preparing for OHL training camp

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519 Sports Online

Waterloo Region Flag Football (Varsity/Junior Varsity) - Stampeders vs Tiger-Cats

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Hold the Line WR

Patricia - Hold the Line 2017

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Region of Waterloo

Handmaid's Tale - Part I: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 12

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Region of Waterloo

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 10

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Region of Waterloo

Region of Waterloo International Airport: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 14

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Region of Waterloo

SPECTRUM - The Region's Rainbow Community Space: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 9

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Region of Waterloo

Clearpath Robotics: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 11

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Region of Waterloo

Stephanie Boutari & Adam Schwartzentruber: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 16

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Region of Waterloo

Waterloo Brewing: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 15

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Region of Waterloo

Handmaid's Tale - Part II: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 13

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Region of Waterloo

Martin's Family Fruit Farm: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 7

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Region of Waterloo

Eby Manor: Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region 2020 - Episode 8

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