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  • Eye on art
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Feb 2017, p. 3, column 1     Ion public art costs more than anticipated but will make region "friendlier"
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Feb 2017, p. 3, column 1   Ion public art costs more than anticipated but will make region "friendlier"
  • Cultural checkup
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Jan 2017, p. 15     ...
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Jan 2017, p. 15   ...
  • Picking up some STEAM
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 11     Mayor launching program to encourage girls to pick STEAM
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 11   Mayor launching program to encourage girls to pick STEAM
  • Culture matters
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Apr 2017, p. 20     Neruda Arts overcomes obstacles to launch ambitious new cultural bridge-building program
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Apr 2017, p. 20   Neruda Arts overcomes obstacles to launch ambitious new cultural bridge-building program
  • Regional councillors, chair were paid $821K in 2017
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Apr 2018, p. 7     Article details spending expenses of regional councillors.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Apr 2018, p. 7   Article details spending expenses of regional councillors.
  • Proposed infrastructure levy draws ire of councillors
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 4     A consultant's report to address the City of Waterloo's infrastructure deficit raises concerns.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 4   A consultant's report to address the City of Waterloo's infrastructure deficit raises concerns.
  • Proceeds of crime in region used for public good
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 25 Jan 2018, p. 6     Police board approves transfer of $5.5K to fund new police equipment, projects
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 25 Jan 2018, p. 6   Police board approves transfer of $5.5K to fund new police equipment, projects
  • Home sales blow by the $3B mark
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 3     Local housing market cooled late in year, but remains robust heading into 2018
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 3   Local housing market cooled late in year, but remains robust heading into 2018
  • K-W Symphony reports surplus as it announces changes to its board
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 24     The annual general meeting was held last Thursday for the K-W Symphony.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 24   The annual general meeting was held last Thursday for the K-W Symphony.
  • Library gets its card punched
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 3     New 10-year library operating agreement smooths the path for new east side library expansion.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 3   New 10-year library operating agreement smooths the path for new east side library expansion.
  • City drops tax rate to 2.1% for 2018
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 1     Higher assessment growth in Waterloo led council to cut tax increase.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 23 Nov 2017, p. 1   Higher assessment growth in Waterloo led council to cut tax increase.
  • Lighting the way
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Mar 2017, p. 3     Glowing stone trail with $800k price tag planned for Waterloo Park
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Mar 2017, p. 3   Glowing stone trail with $800k price tag planned for Waterloo Park
  • Public art exhibition goes 'beyond ridiculous'
    NewspaperText  Grier, Timothy, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 23 Apr 2014, p. 20     photo of art...
    NewspaperText  Grier, Timothy, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 23 Apr 2014, p. 20   photo of art...
  • Region has lost millions under new provincial government
    Text  Weidner, Johanna, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 16 Aug 2018, p. 19     Waterloo Region has already lost millions in provincial funding due to policy changes under Ontario's new leadership.
    Text  Weidner, Johanna, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 16 Aug 2018, p. 19   Waterloo Region has already lost millions in provincial funding due to policy changes under Ontario's new leadership.
  • Waterloo elected officials cost more than $411K in 2017
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Apr 2018, p. 4     Article details spending expenses of city councillors.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Apr 2018, p. 4   Article details spending expenses of city councillors.
  • Mental health report results in $1.2M in additional funding at UW
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 7     A report on mental health has resulted in a boost in funding, as well as many other initiatives.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 7   A report on mental health has resulted in a boost in funding, as well as many other initiatives.
  • 'Feminist budget' boosts science, universities
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 8 Mar 2018, p. 7     Federal government prioritizes 'research, innovation and equality'
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 8 Mar 2018, p. 7   Federal government prioritizes 'research, innovation and equality'
  • Population growth creating challenges for GRCA parks
    Text  Martin, Ray, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 7     The Grand River Conservation Authority has increased attendance over the last three years.
    Text  Martin, Ray, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 7   The Grand River Conservation Authority has increased attendance over the last three years.
  • New hotel tax a possibility
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 1     Local municipalities looking at four per cent room tax to support local tourism marketing efforts
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 1   Local municipalities looking at four per cent room tax to support local tourism marketing efforts
  • MPP Fife calls for more funding for off-load nurses
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 14 Dec 2017, p. 4     MPP Catherine Fife experiences waits in local hospital and is prompted to act.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 14 Dec 2017, p. 4   MPP Catherine Fife experiences waits in local hospital and is prompted to act.
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