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Kony 2012

Help Make Joseph Kony Famous

The Invisible Children charity has focused on obtaining the support of a select group of individuals in order to "help bring awareness to the horrific abuse and killing of children in the East and Central African countries at the hands of Kony and his leadership."


6 Ways to Cut Your Insurance Costs

According to the US Insurance Information Institute, the national average auto insurance premium is $850 per year. Can you reduce that? Rick Rodgers author of The New Three-Legged Stool: A Tax Efficient Approach To Retirement Planning says you probably can.


Up To $20 Million Available From EPA for 2012 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

CHICAGO - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday that it is requesting applications from states, municipalities, tribes, universities and nonprofit organizations for new projects to restore and protect the Great Lakes. EPA will distribute approximately $20 million through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant program during Fiscal Year 2012.


CAFKA Announces A Change In Season And New Directors

Waterloo - Wellington - On Monday, April 16, 2012, the membership of CAFKA – Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area met to elect a new board of directors during their annual general meeting at Kitchener City Hall.

Honorary Degrees

Wilfrid Laurier University to award eight honorary degrees at spring convocation

WATERLOO — Wilfrid Laurier University will award honorary degrees to eight distinguished recipients during the university’s spring convocation ceremonies in June. As well, the university will bestow two Order of Wilfrid Laurier University awards for exemplary service to the university.


Ontario PC MPP Launches Elections Ontario Complaint for Liberal Robocalls

QUEEN’S PARK – Rob Leone, MPP for Cambridge submitted a formal complaint to Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa, as a result of robocalls that are being sent out by the Ontario Liberal Party to Cambridge.

Electric Cars

Free Public DC Quick Charging a First in Canada

MISSISSAUGA - Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada (MMSCAN) today moved a step closer toward faster, more convenient charging of its pure electric i-MiEV hatchback with the installation of a direct-current, quick-charging station at its headquarters.


Region invites public to provide input through speaker event, open house and new storefront location

Waterloo Region – The Region is inviting the public to provide input on the future of our community through a speaker event, open house and a newly opened storefront location – all part of the Central Transit Corridor Community Building Strategy.

Renewal of Vows

Co-operative principles front and centre this year at The Co-operators

VANCOUVER - The Co-operators celebrated its co-operative heritage and values as the organization's Annual General Meeting wrapped up in Vancouver. The meeting brought together 90 delegates and 22 directors representing the co-operative's 45 Canadian member-owners.

Cross Cultural Awareness

Carleton Opens Confucius Institute and Unveils Landmark Digital Media Project with China

Ottawa - Carleton University officially opened its Confucius Institute yesterday and signed an MOU on a landmark digital media project at an Ottawa City Hall celebration attended by a prominent political delegation from China.

Relationship Building

Governor General to Undertake Visits to Brazil, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago

OTTAWA—At the request of the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnston will conduct an official visit to the Federative Republic of Brazil, from April 22 to 28; a working visit to Barbados, on April 29 and 30; and a State visit to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on May 1 and 2, 2012.

Guest Column

Create a Mindset For Success
By Dr. Farzanna Haffizulla

It’s 2a.m on a Saturday morning. You awake in a panic. Your body is pulsing with electric jolts and your mind is racing uncontrollably! It is at this quiet, undisturbed hour of the early morning that it hits you: am I where I want to be in life? Did I meet my professional and personal goals? You close your eyes and the image of who you imaged yourself to be is vivid again.

Hockey Challenge

Kitchener and London mayors challenge one another in celebration of OHL playoff series

KITCHENER – As the Kitchener Rangers and London Knights prepare to face off in game one of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Western Conference finals tonight, Kitchener Mayor Carl Zehr and London Mayor Joe Fontana have come up with a challenge of their own.

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