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Posted On Thursday, May 16, 2024

Waterloo Neighbourhoods is published throughout the year to keep residents informed about the good things happening neighbourhoods across Waterloo. The newsletter focuses on good news stories, important community updates, and local resources.
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Posted On Monday, May 06, 2024

Waterloo Neighbourhoods is published throughout the year to keep residents informed about the good things happening neighbourhoods across Waterloo. The newsletter focuses on good news stories, important community updates, and local resources.
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Posted On Sunday, May 05, 2024

Today we remember and honour the many missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-sprit people who have been violently taken from their families and communities.  Red Dress Day was inspired by Métis artist Jamie Black’s REDress Project installation where she hung empty, red dresses to represent the missing and murdered women.
As a city, we re-commit ourselves to actively challenging the colonial and patriarchal systems that perpetuate this violence....

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Posted On Thursday, May 02, 2024

Mayor McCabe, on behalf of Waterloo City Council, delivered the 2024 State of the City address on the morning of Thursday, May 2, 2024.
Reflecting on her first full year in office as a ‘true adventure of growth’, Mayor McCabe celebrated the city’s strides towards its vision of being a future-ready community and the actions taken to prioritize climate action, transportation and housing.
In her remarks, Mayor McCabe highlighted Council’s historic...

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Posted On Monday, April 29, 2024

City of Waterloo council unanimously approved the direction to move towards rezoning lands at 2025 University Avenue E to support a new, mixed-income housing development that could support up to 700 affordable and attainable units. The lands, originally part of the purchase to support the construction of RIM Park, have been vacant for years. While currently zoned for employment use, evaluations indicate the 10-hectare property may better serve the community as an opportunity for...
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