News Releases

Posted Tuesday, May 31, 2022

David Calder Cambridge, Ontario. May 31, 2022. Cambridge City Manager, David Calder, has been announced as the new president of the Ontario Municipal Administrators’ Association (OMAA) for the 2022/2023 term.
As president, Mr. Calder will lead OMAA activities, promote professional development among Ontario Chief Administrative Officers (CAO), and advocate for the association in municipal policy-setting.
“I feel honoured to have the opportunity to serve the association...

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Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2022

City of Cambridge moving forward on new Recreation Complex
A step closer to expanding recreation services for the rapidly developing community
Cambridge, Ontario. May 17, 2022 – This evening Cambridge City Council provided approval to continue the design development process for the new Cambridge Recreation Complex and Idea Exchange library facility, one of two buildings in the 32.5 acre, joint-use, community hub to be constructed at the south end of the...

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Posted Friday, April 29, 2022


April 29, 2022
Emergency Preparedness Week is May 1 to 7
Waterloo Region is encouraging residents to “Be Prepared for Anything”
Waterloo Region  – National Emergency Preparedness Week...

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Posted Tuesday, April 12, 2022


Cities hosting free virtual information workshop on roles and responsibilities of public office
Waterloo Region, April 12, 2022  – Thinking about running for office? The nomination period for the 2022 Municipal and School...

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Posted Thursday, April 07, 2022

Tree City of the WorldThe City of Cambridge has earned the 2021 Tree City of the World designation for the second consecutive year; recognition of its dedication to fostering the best urban forestry practices and growing and maintaining urban forestry efforts.
Tree Cities of the World is a program founded by the Arbor Day Foundation and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and aims to create more green spaces in urban areas by recognizing the cities that do it well.
“Trees...

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