Monthly Archives: January 2015

Outbreak at CMH

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January 27, 2015

                                                          MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release: January 27, 2015     Enteric outbreak declared in CMH’s inpatient Mental Health Unit Cambridge, ON – Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in consultation with the Region of Waterloo Public Health, has declared an enteric outbreak in its Wing B, Level 5, inpatient Mental Health Unit.   […]


Galt wins Olympic Gold!

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January 15, 2015

Formed in either 1881 or 82, Galt has been one of the greatest historic football clubs in Canada. Galt’s first major honour came in the form of the 1901 Ontario Cup. They repeated as champions in the next two seasons. In 1903, Galt went on a tour of Manitoba. In a span of 25 days, […]


Freedom Fighters: Exploring the free will argument

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January 13, 2015

The concept of free will is the central feature of our constitution, our judicial system, our press and other various forms of media. Our political ideals imply that we are not puppets on strings manipulated by the hand of God, but free agents who are subject to moral responsibility, blame, punishment and our own guilt. […]


Untitled Poetry by Jacob Richardson-Schofield

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January 10, 2015

Untitled before you call me an undecided fool listen to my poem you freaking tool as i grasp from all angles and for most it just dangles in front of their face saying what a disgrace thinking that they know their side has the cookie cutter base for the answer to every question as the […]


A dumb year in Travel

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January 10, 2015

  Folks 2014 is winding down and apparently so are the passengers. Their brains are that is. As a treat I decided to give you the inside track on what has gone on in the friendly skies just this year alone. Let’s start with January, boy that seems a long time ago…. In January, a […]


What I hate about the Super Bowl

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January 10, 2015

Maybe the word “strongly dislikes” fits in a bit better but to tell you the truth as an avid football fan and fan of the National Football League there are major pet peeves I have with the entire performance of what is now a very big event. Here in no particular order are things that […]


The Water Billing Controversy

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January 8, 2015

Water Billing has been plagued by controversy from the time that the City of Cambridge assumed the billing and collection of water and wastewater services from Cambridge and North Dumfries Hydro Inc. in October 2010. The city is currently in the process of replacing older meters with Neptune Meters. The department has experienced various administrative […]


Every day is Christmas for Mayor Craig

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January 5, 2015

Inside the City Hall on Dixon Street in Galt, Christmas trees and festive garnishes twinkle on the way to the Mayor’s office. Santa has yet to climb down the chimneys on Christmas Eve; the anticipation of the holiday is still in the air. Doug Craig believes in Santa Claus. There’s a sign on his desk […]


January Cambridge Live Music Listings

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January 3, 2015

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