News Releases

Posted Friday, April 16, 2021


UPDATE on provincial COVID-19 restrictions. Playgrounds are permitted to be open. Families, pleaseremember that while risk of transmission outdoors is lower than indoors, there is still risk. Bring masks when you go to the park and wear a mask if you can't stay 2m away from others.
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Waterloo Region – Additional shutdown restrictions...

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Posted Tuesday, April 13, 2021

For the fifth year in a row, the City of Cambridge has received the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting (CAnFR) from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), in recognition of its annual financial report .
The CAnFR Program was established to encourage municipal governments throughout Canada to publish high-quality financial reports and to provide peer recognition and technical guidance for officials preparing these reports.
This award recognizes Canadian...

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Posted Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Community outreach to take place from April to July, 2021
Cambridge, Ontario . (April 7, 2021) – Last night, Council voted to move forward with a community consultation framework to gather public feedback from a variety of stakeholders on two potential candidate sites for a future Consumption and Treatment Service (CTS) in Cambridge.
The goal of the CTS consultation is to collect feedback on specific candidate sites and report back to Council on what was heard....

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Posted Friday, April 02, 2021


Waterloo Region – Waterloo Region will enter the new shutdown as ordered by the Province of Ontario on April 3, 2021. As a result, recreation facilities and community centres in all the cities and townships will be closed, and most rentals and programs within these facilities will be cancelled beginning April 3, 2021 for at least four weeks, pending further direction from...

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Posted Friday, April 02, 2021

Due to rising case counts and COVID-19 hospitalizations across the province, effective Saturday, April 3 at 12:01 a.m., Ontario is implementing a province-wide emergency brake.  
In light of this, Cambridge will join area municipalities in the Waterloo Region and close all public facilities, with the exception of the Cambridge Farmers’ Market.
“I know this not what we had hoped for this Easter weekend,” said Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “It is now...

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