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  • Still dreaming of a white Christmas
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 16 Mar 2017, p. 18, column 1     O.W. Sports to close its doors at the end of March as climate change impacts local business
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 16 Mar 2017, p. 18, column 1   O.W. Sports to close its doors at the end of March as climate change impacts local business
  • BIA votes to continue work
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 26 Oct 2017, p. 16     UpTown Businesses vote to continue the streetscaping work instead of taking a one year break.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 26 Oct 2017, p. 16   UpTown Businesses vote to continue the streetscaping work instead of taking a one year break.
  • More uptown road closures due to LRT work
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Mar 2017, p. 13, column 2     More LRT work not a surprise to businesses.
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Mar 2017, p. 13, column 2   More LRT work not a surprise to businesses.
  • Business owner disputes BIA vote to let construction proceed
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 5     An uptown business said a recent vote to continue construction on the King Street streetscape project wasn't representative of all the businesses affected by the project.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 5   An uptown business said a recent vote to continue construction on the King Street streetscape project wasn't representative of all the businesses affected by the project.
  • Uptown property owners will get a break on fees this year
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 30 Mar 2017, p. 10, column 1     Uptown Waterloo Business Improvement Area has voted to reduce levies.
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 30 Mar 2017, p. 10, column 1   Uptown Waterloo Business Improvement Area has voted to reduce levies.
  • Uptown BIA has new executive director
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 May 2018, p. 10     Tracy Van Kalsbeek is the new executive director for the Uptown Waterloo BIA.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 May 2018, p. 10   Tracy Van Kalsbeek is the new executive director for the Uptown Waterloo BIA.
  • Uptown streetscape to be (mostly) complete in 8 weeks
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 24 May 2018, p. 1     The Uptown Waterloo streetscape project is expected to be complete by the end of the summer, according to regional staff.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 24 May 2018, p. 1   The Uptown Waterloo streetscape project is expected to be complete by the end of the summer, according to regional staff.
  • Retail rents on the rise in the region
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1922), 14 Jun 2018, p. 3     In some cases, retail rent has doubled. What does that mean for small businesses?
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1922), 14 Jun 2018, p. 3   In some cases, retail rent has doubled. What does that mean for small businesses?
  • Brooks resigning after 20 years with UpTown Waterloo BIA
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 14 Dec 2017, p. 7     Patti Brooks is resigning as executive director of the BIA
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 14 Dec 2017, p. 7   Patti Brooks is resigning as executive director of the BIA
  • Getting social
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 16     New Patent Social Club helps Rami Said continue to pursue his vision for uptown Waterloo
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 11 Jan 2018, p. 16   New Patent Social Club helps Rami Said continue to pursue his vision for uptown Waterloo
  • Working hand in hand
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Apr 2017, p. 19     Uptown businesses launch new marketing initiative to focus on events in the core
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Apr 2017, p. 19   Uptown businesses launch new marketing initiative to focus on events in the core
  • LRT claims in legal limbo
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Mar 2017, p. 1, column 1     Region yet to receive formal claims for construction woes
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Mar 2017, p. 1, column 1   Region yet to receive formal claims for construction woes
  • King Street streetscape construction to start this spring
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Apr 2017, p. 6     A $11-million streetscape project is about to commence in Uptown Waterloo.
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Apr 2017, p. 6   A $11-million streetscape project is about to commence in Uptown Waterloo.
  • Waterloo Public Library in the Winter, Albert Street
    Image       Photo of the Main Branch of the Waterloo Public Library after a snowfall.
    Image     Photo of the Main Branch of the Waterloo Public Library after a snowfall.
  • Waterloo Public Library in the Winter
    Image       Photo of the Main Branch of the Waterloo Public Library after a snowfall.
    Image     Photo of the Main Branch of the Waterloo Public Library after a snowfall.
  • Residents rally against proposed Beechwood tower
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Jun 2018, p. 7     Residents of Beechwood rally against proposed 13-story building in their neighbourhood.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Jun 2018, p. 7   Residents of Beechwood rally against proposed 13-story building in their neighbourhood.
  • City council takes next step in WMRC upgrades
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 24 May 2018, p. 4     Councillors agree to fund the first phase of the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Centre Renovation.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 24 May 2018, p. 4   Councillors agree to fund the first phase of the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Centre Renovation.
  • Carpenters union defends value to regional council
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 25 Jan 2018, p. 5     United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of North America Union defended its value in front of regional council.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 25 Jan 2018, p. 5   United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of North America Union defended its value in front of regional council.
  • Opening doors to the disabled
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 18 Jan 2018, p. 6     Federal funding opens doors to people with disabilities
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 18 Jan 2018, p. 6   Federal funding opens doors to people with disabilities
  • A beer explosion
    Image  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1     Ladies tap the keg for the first time at Mayor's Oktoberfest Luncheon.
    Image  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1   Ladies tap the keg for the first time at Mayor's Oktoberfest Luncheon.
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