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Union rejects Canada Post offer of 'cooling off' period with mediation amid strike
Canada Post's largest union has rejected the mail carrier's proposal of a "cooling off" period followed by mediation that would have brought an end to all strike activity until January.
Three injured in truck-buggy collision north of Elmira
Police continue to investigate a collision between a pickup truck and a horse-drawn buggy late Sunday night that sent three people to hospital.
Towing companies say they lose 'tens of thousands' each year in abandoned vehicles
Some towing companies are losing “tens of thousands” of dollars each year in abandoned vehicles, the provincial towing association says.
Stolen truck recovered, then stolen, then recovered again: Guelph police
The owner of a pickup truck had his truck stolen twice on the weekend. The second time, the owner watched someone else drive away with the truck after Guelph police had located it.
Canadian folk anthem Log Driver's Waltz finds new life in children's book
Written in the 50s, but popularized by a National Film Board video in 1979, the tune about a young woman's delight in dancing with a light-footed log driver has been turned into a children's book published by Simon & Schuster.
CBC Kitchener-Waterloo Sounds of the Season 2018
Waterloo Brewing plans $9.6M expansion to add bigger store, small batch brewhouse
Generators stolen from Kitchener Santa Claus Parade
Ford says he's 'not moving forward' with PC motion on gender identity
No mail delivery for Kitchener today, as Canada Post rotating strike returns