BlogRegion Roundup

Monday Waterloo Region Roundup – Food for Fuel, Historic Neighbourhood Fears, A Facelift for Queens Street and More

Two Waterloo Region Residents Receive the Order of Canada 

Order of Canada

Of the 31 people who received the very prestigious Order of Canada last week two were locals; Waterloo Region residents Ray Tanguay and James Walker. Read More 

University of Guelph Team Turning Food Waste Into Fuel 

A lot like Doc Brown did in ‘Back to the Future’ – but in real life – a team of innovative research professors and students at the University of Guelph are turning food waste into fuel. Read More

Kitchener’s Queen Street to Get a Big Facelift in 2019

The Queen Street Placemaking plan, due to begin in 2019, is promising to bring a whole new look and feel to Kitchener’s downtown, including new laneways, an amphitheatre and a green lawn. Read More

Is Waterloo’s Mary Allen Neighbourhood in Danger? 

Waterloo’s Mary Allen neighbourhood is the site of some of the oldest homes in the city, but some residents are worried that many of these historic homes could soon be gone. Read More

 

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