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Waterloo brother and sister head to National Ballet School

WATERLOO — Avery Grierson’s satin slippers sagged. She felt tired and a tad homesick.

So the 10-year-old Waterloo girl snuggled into her bed in summer residence at the National Ballet School in Toronto, a few blocks from old Maple Leaf Gardens. 677 more words


Kitchener councillors pitch joint task force on region's homelessness

KITCHENER — The city of Kitchener will explore the creation of a joint task force on homelessness in the wake of the closure of four Out of the Cold sites in Kitchener and Waterloo. 290 more words


Kitchener Blues lover hopes city lets his musical mileage stay

KITCHENER — If you have driven by Park and Victoria streets in Kitchener lately, you may have noticed an unusual street sign.

It lists the distance to various cities in North America that are known music hot spots. 419 more words


Everytime I Die!

This is one of my favourite hardcore bands that I have been bumping for quite a few years.  Some of there music can go a little to trashy and bland for my taste but most of their songs show a  crazy diversity in vocal progressive, rift harmonizing with vocals, and some absolutely awesome lyrical content.   59 more words

Kitchener to review Centre in Square’s mission

KITCHENER— For the first time in more than three decades, Kitchener city council has agreed to spell out clearly what it expects of the city-owned Centre in the Square. 648 more words


Conestoga College president John Tibbits earns national tennis title

KITCHENER — John Tibbits, president of Conestoga College, peered through the swirling green clay dust at the lanky, erudite foe on the other side of the net. 968 more words


Waterloo Region’s debt doubles since 2009

WATERLOO REGION — The Region of Waterloo’s debt has more than doubled since 2009, increasing from $185 million to $428 million in 2013.

By the end of this year, another $120 million will be added to the bill. 429 more words