17 hrs ago
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Canadian Memorial Mural To Visit Celoron Sunday
A Canadian memorial in remembrance of servicemen and women who have died in Afghanistan will be on display in Celoron on Sunday.
Why Washington's lead on open data is worth following
Earlier this month President Obama issued an executive order on open data that IT managers in government should pay attention to The open data movement is gaining acceleration in a number of governments around the world, including Washington where President Barack Obama earlier this month issued a remarkable executive order.
Thu May 23, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Tim Hazledine: Opaque thinking sours our perspective
Surely I am not the only person to note the remarkable similarities between Fonterra's no-see milk bottles and the Auckland Unitary Plan? Both schemes burst forth fully formed from the bellies of large bureaucratic organisations.
Love and loathing for Tait Street school plan
Her younger brother attended the elementary school as a boy and she loves the school's close-knit community.
Wed May 22, 2013
Events in Cambridge May 24 to 27
Friday, May 24 PIZZA AND GAME NIGHT at Mill Crossing Church, 211 Queen St. W., starting at 7 p.m. Email email@example.com . ROTARY CLUB OF CAMBRIDGE SUNRISE meets Fridays at 7:15 a.m. at the Galt Country Club.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Globe and Mail
New theatre in Cambridge, Ont., stars in multiple roles
Nestled into an incline overlooking the Grand River in Cambridge, Ont., the Dunfield Theatre opened in March.
Lightning over Cambridge, Ont.
Huge lightning bolts are seen over Cambridge, Ont. during a storm on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Thu May 16, 2013
Mike Duffy's future in Conservative politics shrouded in doubt
Six months after Stephen Harper appointed Mike Duffy to the Senate, the two men shared a stage in Cambridge, Ont., in June 2009 - the former journalist cheerfully lobbing questions at the prime minister at a packed, carefully scripted town-hall meeting on the economy.
Bosma slaying probe will take time, forensics expert warns
Hundreds of police officers are combing properties across southern Ontario gathering evidence and using forensic analysis to try to figure out how Tim Bosma wound up dead, while his family is struggling to understand why.
The Guelph Mercury
Multi-vehicle crash closes Hwy 401 westbound in Cambridge on Thursday
Three people received minor injures after a garbage truck and four cars crashed on Highway 401 west of Hespeler Road just before 8 a.m. Thursday.
Wed May 15, 2013
Senate appointment set Duffy loose as high-profile Conservative fundraiser
Within days of being sworn into office as a Conservative senator on Jan. 26, 2009, former broadcaster Mike Duffy began making waves with a series of ribald partisan barbs aimed at various detractors of his patron, Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Events in Cambridge May 18 to 21
Saturday, May 18 FILL A TRUCK with clothing donations in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Two locations are available: Ayr Home Hardware, 1148 Northumberland St., and The Clothesline office, 101-5 Sheldon Dr.
Tue May 14, 2013
Missing Hamilton man Tim Bosma found dead
Tim Bosma, the Hamilton man who was the subject of an intense search after he went missing while taking two men out on a road test of his truck, has been found dead, Hamilton police said today.
Market Report, "Centra Industries, Inc.: Defense - Company Profile and SWOT Report", published
The profile contains a company overview, key facts,major products and services, swot analysis, business description, company history as well as key employees.
Mon May 13, 2013
Community events, May 15 to 18
TREE PLANTING along Mill Creek with the Alison Neighbourhood Community Cenre, the City of Cambridge and the Grand River Conservation Authority.
Alcohol, speed factors in crash: police
Charges are pending against a 34-year-old Kitchener woman following a single-car crash on in Cambridge that sent her and her two children to hospital.
Sat May 11, 2013
North end development plan starts "afresh"
A group of developers in Cambridge's north end will again attempt to change the skyline in that part of the city.
Fri May 10, 2013
Scientology Canada Faces Ongoing Anonymous Protests
With Anonymous vowing to keep up the pressure on the cult of Scientology in Canada, more protests are scheduled this month across the nation.
A surgical first in North America introduces a new era in the treatment of hearing impairment
With Bonebridge I am now able to rediscover what I lost and experience all the joys that come with hearing," says Kelly, of Cambridge, Ont.
Wed May 08, 2013
Entertainment events in CambridgeMay 10 to 12
Pubs & Clubs Kiwi Bar Code, May 10; DJ Tee-Mac CD release party, May 11 Argyle Arms Jay Hein, May 10 Beaver & Bulldog Romanitic Traffic, May 11 Black Badger The Rick & David Duo, May 11 Burns Howff Mary 5E, May 11 Caf 13 Southern Comfort Dixieland Band, May 12 In Concert Fiddle-based trio Eh?! performs at Caf 13, 13 Main St., on May 10, starting at ... (more)