City News

Posted Thursday, September 10, 2020

Fill the bootThe Cambridge Professional Fire Fighters’ Association will be holding its annual Muscular Dystrophy Boot Drive throughout the month of September 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the safety of everyone, this year’s boot drive will be held online rather than in person.
Last year the combined efforts of thousands of Canadian Fire Fighters from 640 departments and associations raised over $2.9 Million in support of those affected. Support of the Cambridge...

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Posted Thursday, September 03, 2020

Happy Labour Day Weekend, Cambridge!
Monday, September 7 is a holiday in Ontario. See below which City facilities are open and which are closed over the long weekend.  
OPEN:
Facility
Date
Facility Hours
Further Info
Cambridge Farmers’ Market  40 Dickson Street, (519) 740-4680 Ext. 4252
Sat. Sept. 5
 
7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
 
Cambridge Farmers’ Market is...

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Posted Wednesday, August 19, 2020

#MyMaskStyle contestShow off your style and win! Just because masks are mandatory doesn’t mean they can’t be stylish. We’re looking to find the most creative and stylish mask-wearers in Cambridge. Snap a pic in your unique mask or face covering and share to our Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #MyMaskStyle.
We’ll be selecting winners for Most Creative and Most Fashion-Forward. Winners will be featured in City promotions for mask safety and receive a $25 City of Cambridge...

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Posted Monday, August 17, 2020

City of Cambridge Mayor Kathryn McGarry, along with other Councillors from the City and Region of Waterloo, will be attending the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2020 AMO Conference this week. This is the first time in the conference’s history that it will held online.
The annual conference is a chance for municipal officials to discuss shared challenges and opportunities for their communities. In addition to the conference program, municipal staff and elected...

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Posted Thursday, August 13, 2020

Mayor Mill RunThe new pedestrian bridge on the Mill Run Trail in Hespeler is now installed and the trail has been re-opened to the public about three weeks earlier than initially projected. 
The project began on July 6 and involved the trail closure and replacement of a 20-metre bridge to provide safer and easier access for pedestrians. Despite some challenges accessing the site, the City was able to transport the replacement bridge down the trail in larger pieces than originally planned....

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