News Releases

Posted Thursday, December 12, 2019

Budget 2020Budget and Audit Committee approved the 2020 Capital Budget today which dedicates $50.9 million in investment for new infrastructure and to support growth of the city.
“As a city we have a responsibility to provide valuable, high quality services to the people of Cambridge while ensuring we responsibly manage taxpayer dollars,” said Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “Our 2020 Capital Budget does just that – making important and targeted investments in our city’s...

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Posted Tuesday, November 19, 2019

2020 BudgetThe City of Cambridge released the 2020 draft Budget and Business Plan today. It can be found at cambridge.ca/budget . 
The 2020 budget makes important and targeted investments in our city, while responsibly managing tax dollars. The budget is the culmination of ongoing engagement on public priorities throughout the year. Again this year, we have broken down the numbers to include a summary of the operating budget, capital budget and your water utility bill in an effort...

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Posted Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Mayor McGarry and Willy MeltThe 2019 Christmas in Cambridge festival season is officially underway. Earlier today, event organizers provided an overview of this year’s festival highlighting new features and what attendees can expect at each event. Named one of Festival and Events Ontario’s Top 100 events, the 2019 Christmas in Cambridge festival is the holiday destination for the region.
The festival’s first event of the season this year is the CP Holiday Train, which will be pulling...

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Posted Tuesday, October 22, 2019


October 22, 2019 - The City of Cambridge, City of Kitchener and Region of Waterloo will conduct a joint emergency management exercise Thursday morning, Oct 24.  
This full-scale exercise will focus on a cross-jurisdiction incident engaging about 300 people with the intent to test emergency management policies and procedures...

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Posted Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Councillor Frank MonteiroThis evening, Councillor Mike Mann addressed Cambridge City Council to read out a message from the late Councillor Frank Monteiro to the community. See the full text below.
Earlier this morning, Councillor Monteiro passed away at Cambridge Memorial Hospital surrounded by family. He will be deeply missed. Read the news release .
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Cambridge is a beautiful city. It has been my home since I moved here with my family when I was a 13-year-old immigrant from Santa Maria...

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