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Posted Thursday, June 04, 2020

In the interest of community safety, the current summer camp lineup planned for the City of Cambridge has been cancelled. The City hopes to announce a new modified camp program reformatted to meet public health measures in the coming weeks.
“Our top priority is the safety of our children and our community,” says Mayor Kathryn McGarry. “With the current COVID-19 emergency orders in place, the original camp format wasn’t possible. We know families depend...

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Posted Thursday, June 04, 2020

Opening June 27The Cambridge Farmers’ Market is set to re-open to shoppers on Saturday, June 27. Much like grocery stores, shoppers will be able to shop in-store at the market, however new regulations and protocols will be in effect to ensure a safe shopping environment.
“I’m thrilled that the Farmers’ Market will reopen to the community this month and that we will be able to welcome back our farmers and vendors who have no doubt been impacted by the pandemic,”...

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Posted Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Lady ChurchillIt is with a heavy heart, that we announce the passing of beloved Cambridge deer, Lady Churchill, who died today of natural causes. Lady Churchill has lived a longer life than most White-Tail deer, delighting park visitors for more than 20 years, but she will still be sadly missed, both by staff and the Cambridge community.
Lady Churchill was the last remaining sibling of four deer who were orphaned by a car accident in the late 1990s. The four remained in the Churchill Park...

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Posted Tuesday, June 02, 2020

“Like millions of people across Canada, the United States and around the world, over these past several days we have witnessed the devastating impact of anti-Black racism. The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, and the harm done to Christian Cooper are tragedies that we, the heads of Councils in Waterloo region, will never feel as deeply as those in the African, Caribbean and Black communities in our municipalities, and beyond.
We...

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Posted Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Archives-social-1The City of Cambridge is calling on the entire community to participate in a new initiative that will capture a unique snapshot in time. Cambridge 2020: Local History of a Pandemic is an archive project to help collect personal experiences of living, working and coping with the COVID-19 pandemic from residents, business owners, first responders, cultural groups and organizations.
“We have all been in this together, and now we’re asking the Cambridge community...

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