The Morning Edition - K-W | Apr 9, 2013 | 7:44

Waterloo residents organize against OMB development plan

Smart Growth Waterloo Region is displeased with the Ontario Municipal Board's move to overrule the regions concentrated growth plan and make hundreds of hectares of land available to developers.

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