Monthly Archives: July 2010

Vote for Joe Lethbridge!

July 30, 2010

Joe Lethbridge, who has been a regular contributor to The Citizen since its inception, is up for $5,000 education grant from Pepsi Canada to help publish his book, Cody’s Story, to raise awareness about issues of hate, discrimination and violence. The winners are determined by reader votes, and Joe is currently in 24th place. I […]

2006 Election Results

July 18, 2010

If anyone is considering running this fall here are the results from last election. Some of the wards were won with just over 1200 votes, not bad for a part time job that pays over $20,000 a year. Election History November 13, 2006 With this election the term for Council members increased from three to […]

Heavy Lights Back in Studio

July 18, 2010

Since their debut CD was released last year Heavy lights has taken Cambridge by storm.They are currently working on a new CD. Upcoming shows include The Mainlanders Sports Bar & Grill 175 Beverly St. next Saturday and a free show August 7th in Downtown Galt at 3:45 P.M. Check out their video and lyrics for […]

The Cambridge Citizen:your Voice of reason

July 12, 2010

I’m back. I have been on hiatus from local issues to work on my first novel Shadow Dragons, but James Hillis has disturbed my vacation in Fictionland. He has convinced me that Shadow Dragons can wait. I am disgusted with what I see going on at The Advocate. Just before the last election Colin Carmichael […]

Butterfly Memories

July 5, 2010

Submitted by Joe Lethbridge A lone monarch butterfly flits about the flowers ; gently closing its wings as it rests on a milkweed plant. I remember back in primary school finding them in their caterpillar state. I used to call them Stripeys . I am still not sure what they are actually called. Some of […]

Happy Canada Day!

July 1, 2010

Hope everyone had a good Canada Day. The new and improved Cambridge Citizen will be ready soon, keep watching and we will let you know when it is done. Some fine tuning needs to be done and then we will be available for all of you to have your words read.