If streets could talk: Chandler-Mowat
Just south of the Expressway in Kitchener, the Chandler-Mowat neighbourhood is a vital and distinct community - a thin, two-kilometre-long expanse that is home to 4,000 people, in one of the most densely populated and diverse areas in the city.
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Pure & Local: On pink and parenting
"To make a long story short, a few of his classmates have decided that pink is no longer socially acceptable for boys. If you touch pink, you’re a girl. If I make you touch pink, you’re a girl..."
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Pure & local: Making mind jars
For this craft, you'll need a mason jar, glitter and water.
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COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR APOLLO CINEMAS
Apollo Cinema, a new independent, single-auditorium movie theatre has claimed its place in downtown Kitchener.
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KW’s Little Shop of Landscapes
Paint by Munzy has been at 32 King St. N in uptown Waterloo for just over a year, and the community has been extremely supportive. It’s clear that Laura Munz has found her own passion in promoting her brother Jonathan's work. It’s a bright, inviting space that showcases the scope of his work and his talent.
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Pure and Local: Juicing into the new year
Sasha Campbell encourages you to try a juicy new diet and gives you tips to help you succeed.
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Personal guide in your pocket
For more than five years, Stare City has made it their business to inform the community about all things local. Self-proclaimed “hyperlocal- focused” owners Vivian and Jason have found their niche by putting hard working citizens in the spotlight.
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Pure and Local: Your monthly guide to living clean in K-W
According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the first day of winter is Sunday, Dec. 21, and the first day of spring is Friday, Mar. 20. That gives us 90 days of cold winter weather. Sheena Bounsanga helps you find your zen during the cold season
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Making local landmarks
As part of Building Waterloo Region, an architectural festival that will commence at the end of the year, OnTheLine connects residents with a series of select destinations through both physical installations and digital interfaces.