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Tuesday May 28, 2013

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Ted Talks

Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology

At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data -- including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper "laptop." In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he'll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all.

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Gift Giving

Flaherty Provides Push for Charitable Organizations

Waterloo - Minister of Finance, Jim Flaherty urged Canadians to take advantage of the Harper Government’s new First-Time Donor’s Super Credit and donate to a charitable organization. Speaking at Lutherwood, a not-for-profit health and social service organization serving the Waterloo Region and Wellington County, Minister Flaherty said, “Throughout our nation’s history, Canadians have worked together to serve others, and have made Canada a better place in the process. Our Government wants to see that noble tradition continue, which is why Economic Action Plan 2013 builds on previous actions by our Government to support families and communities, and the quality of life for hard-working Canadians.”

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Ontario Transportation

Metrolinx Investment Strategy - Making Transit-Oriented Communities Less Affordable

New home buyers and new businesses will take on costs that are disproportionate to existing residents and businesses across the Province.

TORONTO - The Ontario Home Builders' Association (OHBA) and the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) are disappointed that the Metrolinx 'Big Move' Investment Strategy announced will burden new home buyers and new employers with additional charges.

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Appointment

Jonathan Braniff Joins Perimeter Institute as Chief Advancement Officer

Jonathan Braniff to help advance Perimeter Institute's mission and lead its long-term private fund development strategy in new role

Jonathan Braniff Joins Perimeter Institute as Chief Advancement Officer (Photo Credit: Gabriela Secara) (CNW Group/Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics)
WATERLOO - Perimeter Institute welcomes Jonathan Braniff as its first Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). Braniff will lead the Institute's long-term private fund development strategy, raising awareness and support for Perimeter's research, training, and outreach activities.As a public-private partnership and registered charity, Perimeter's operations are funded through a combination of government grants and donations from private individuals, companies, and foundations. Braniff's appointment as Chief Advancement Officer is an integral part of Perimeter's strategic plan for future growth and development, which calls for growing private sector and community support for the Institute's operations.

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Appointment

OpenText Appoints Noriyuki Hayakawa as President, OpenText Japan

Former Executive at Sybase, SAP to accelerate OpenText's EIM and Cloud strategy

WATERLOO - OpenText announced the appointment of Noriyuki Hayakawa as president, OpenText Japan. In this role, Hayakawa will be responsible for leading the strategic vision and implementation of OpenText's EIM strategy throughout the Japanese market. He will direct the Sales, Marketing and Customer operations for OpenText Japan.

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Distinguished Graduate

Catholic Board Names Distinguished Graduate Award Recipient

Waterloo Region – The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is pleased to announce the naming of Mary Jo Fedy as the Board’s Distinguished Graduate Award recipient for 2013. The award will be presented on Monday, June 24, 2013 during St. Mary’s High School’s annual graduation ceremonies.

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Wine Country

Fielding Estate Winery Takes Home Gold

2010 Vidal Icewine wins a top award at prestigious 2013 Decanter World Wine Awards

BEAMSVILLE — The excellence of the past few vintages is being reflected in the wines of Fielding Estate Winery. The family-owned Beamsville winery has taken home several medals at various wine awards this spring, including a gold medal for its 2010 Vidal icewine at the prestigious 2013 Decanter World Wine Awards.

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Education

Catholic Board Addresses School Accommodation Issues in Woolwich, West Waterloo, Wilmot and Wellesley

Waterloo Region – The Board of Trustees of the Waterloo Catholic District School Board tonight made the following decisions to address elementary school accommodation issues in West Waterloo and Woolwich, Wellesley and Wilmot townships:

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Fund Raiser

Gutsy Walkers Take on Inflammatory Bowel Disease One Step at a Time

Ontario - Show your guts and take a stand against inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This chronic disease affects nearly 250,000 people across Canada, that’s one in every 150. In an effort to improve quality of life for children and adults living with IBD,thousands of Canadians will take over the streets in communities from coast to coast with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC) for the 18th annual GUTSY WALK on Sunday June 9, 2013.

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PPP - Opportunity

City to seek private sector partner to redevelop Rockway Centre

Kitchener – Yesterday, Kitchener’s community services committee directed staff to begin what could be a long road to redevelopment of the Rockway Centre property. In the meantime, the Rockway centre in its current configuration will continue offering programs and services to older adults for years to come.

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Advertising

New Manulife campaign features real-life stories of Canadians late to retirement planning

WATERLOO- Manulife Financial has launched a new national retirement solutions advertising campaign aimed at encouraging the thousands of Canadians, aged 50-59, who are without adequate retirement savings, to feel more comfortable about getting a late start to planning.

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Quality of Life

Chronic Child Malnutrition Has Economic Impact

Findings suggest economic impact of malnutrition could be up to $125bn

TORONTO - Chronically malnourished children are on average nearly 20% less literate than those who have a nutritious diet, according to ground-breaking new research out today.

Special Events

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Boxing - National

The Whip - Vanderpool - Age is nothing

Victory will make the whip a THREE division Canadian Champ at 45!

The man they call" The Whip" Kitchener's own boxing Champion The Peoples Champ is set to make History again June 1st.

After winning the National Boxing Authority Championship March 2nd Fitz The Whip became the oldest Canadian Boxing Champion in History proceeding Hall of Famer, Boxing Legend and Canadian Icon George Chuvalo.

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Pre-EVENT: Open to Public

Waterloo Air Show performers make 4 community visits

Kitchener - The many performers who will be dazzling audiences June 1 & 2 at the Waterloo Air Show will take some time this week to reach out to the Kitchener-Waterloo community. Four events will take place starting on Wednesday prior to the air show this weekend.

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Plain Old Fun

Adult Nights Only

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto Set to Launch Monthly “Adult Nights” on May 29th

TORONTO – LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto has just announced that it will launch a series of adult only events beginning on May 29, 2013. The centre will open its doors to give adult visitors a chance to leave the kids at home and reconnect with their own childhood roots. In conjunction with Superhero movies like Iron Man 3, Man of Steel and The Wolverine coming out this summer, the first adult only night will be Superhero themed.

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