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Rabbi Moshe Goldman with some of the pieces of a giant menorah that will be put together in the Waterloo Public Square for the upcoming Hanukkah celebration.

Rabbi Moshe Goldman with some of the pieces of a giant menorah that will be put together in the Waterloo Public Square for the upcoming Hanukkah celebration.

Public health officials are preparing for an early fight against the flu this year

Public health officials are preparing for an early fight against the flu this year

Cut It Out program trains spa workers to spot signs of domestic violence

Cut It Out program trains spa workers to spot signs of domestic violence

‘Food bank for the world’; Volunteers use donated produce to make a soup mix for hungry people in other lands

‘Food bank for the world’; Volunteers use donated produce to make a soup mix for hungry people in other lands

The House of Friendship began "deconstructing" the former Anselma House on Thursday. Taking part are (from left): Trent Bauman, chair of the board, board member Mary Friesen and staff members Fiona Apperson and Robbie Nussey

The House of Friendship began "deconstructing" the former Anselma House on Thursday. Taking part are (from left): Trent Bauman, chair of the board, board member Mary Friesen and staff members Fiona Apperson and Robbie Nussey

Candice Phillips (left), Chantel Phillips and K'nya Gindalang at their Kitchener home, Saturday.

Candice Phillips (left), Chantel Phillips and K'nya Gindalang at their Kitchener home, Saturday.

Roland Syens, pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (left to right),  Elsie Millerd, parish nurse at St. John the Evangelist and John Lougheed, in charge in spiritual care at Grand River Hospital, are part of an April 19 panel talking about how faith communities can become centres for health.

Roland Syens, pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (left to right), Elsie Millerd, parish nurse at St. John the Evangelist and John Lougheed, in charge in spiritual care at Grand River Hospital, are part of an April 19 panel talking about how faith communities can become centres for health.

Lindsay Coulter (left)  and Taylor Jackson have launched the Niyama Project, which hopes to help local charities while promoting local businesses.

Lindsay Coulter (left) and Taylor Jackson have launched the Niyama Project, which hopes to help local charities while promoting local businesses.

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