News Releases

Posted Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Cambridge Farmers' MarketThere’s a new way to shop the Cambridge Farmers’ Market. Beginning this week, many market vendors will now be available on a new online shop for quick and convenient pre-ordering.
Pre-ordering on the new platform will help ensure customers can buy their favourite or in-demand products in advance; and makes pick-up safer and more efficient by minimising contact and line-ups.  
“Some of our vendors had been offering online sales on an individual basis...

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Posted Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Brian ArnoldThe City of Cambridge is pleased to announce Brian Arnold as the City’s new Fire Chief, starting this November.
“We’re pleased to welcome Brian back to Cambridge,” says Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “Brian brings extensive operations experience, proven leadership in the areas of fire safety prevention, education and emergency management, and he also understands and values our community. As a growing city, our fire protection and emergency services are...

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Posted Thursday, September 03, 2020

COVID-19 UpdateAs the City continues to transition through Stage 3 of the provincial reopening framework, recreation facilities, older adult centres, arenas, and programs will begin to re-open starting early September. Rental booking for city spaces will also resume this month.
“This is our biggest milestone yet since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “Over the past several months, we’ve offered numerous recreation activities online...

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Posted Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Site preparation for the new Recreation ComplexSite preparation is now underway for the Cambridge Recreation Complex and the surrounding area which will ultimately form an exciting new community hub in the south of the city.
The site will also include an elementary school from each of the Waterloo Region District School Board and the Waterloo Catholic District School Board, a branch location of Idea Exchange (Cambridge Public Library). Preparation for a neighbouring residential development called SouthPoint is also underway.
This...

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Posted Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Council Chambers In-person, proxy, and curbside voting available
The Ward 7 by-election, originally put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has been rescheduled for Oct 5, 2020 with advance poll dates set for September 26, October 2 and October 3 at City Hall.  
“I’m pleased that the by-election has been rescheduled,” says Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “I know the residents of Ward 7 have been waiting patiently and I want to thank them for their understanding....

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