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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.

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

Tamara McBride knows what it is like to be a victim of domestic violence.

A crew move a section of the roof of the North House into position on an area of the RARE lands in Cambridge.

A crew move a section of the roof of the North House into position on an area of the RARE lands in Cambridge.

KCI students Jack Meyer (left) and Andrew Clubine are organizing a student rally to be held at Waterloo Public Square on Monday.

KCI students Jack Meyer (left) and Andrew Clubine are organizing a student rally to be held at Waterloo Public Square on Monday.

From left: Monsignor Doyle student Leaah Robson, 15, Chaplain Marianna Worth, teacher Annie Denomme and student Melissa Lee, 18, display a Canadian flag with rainbow colours in front of the high school on Friday.

From left: Monsignor Doyle student Leaah Robson, Chaplain Marianna Worth, teacher Annie Denomme and student Melissa Lee, display a Canadian flag with rainbow colours in front of the high school on Friday.

‘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

Mark Kreller, photographed in 2010. Hundreds gathered Saturday to pay their final respects to Kreller, who died suddenly Monday.

Mark Kreller, photographed in Hundreds gathered Saturday to pay their final respects to Kreller, who died suddenly Monday.

Ride for Refugees set to roll

Ten years ago, the Ride for Refugees had a mere 25 riders and there was one location — Elmira.

Elizabeth Burrell (second from right) with her children Shayenne McKenzie (left), 13, Tre Nicholson, 16, and Jerelle Vaughan, 18, visit their burned home in Kitchener on Thursday.

Elizabeth Burrell (second from right) with her children Shayenne McKenzie (left), Tre Nicholson, and Jerelle Vaughan, visit their burned home in Kitchener on Thursday.

Cambridge church shares the warmth

Even an old Presbyterian church can think outside the manger.

University of Waterloo students Robert Henderson and Carolyn Augusta wear protective glasses that will be available to participants in the physics department's transit of Venus public viewing on Tuesday, June 5. The glasses allow the user to look at the sun without hurting their eyes.

University of Waterloo students Robert Henderson and Carolyn Augusta wear protective glasses that will be available to participants in the physics department's transit of Venus public viewing on Tuesday, June 5. The glasses allow the user to look at the sun without hurting their eyes.

Being left behind tops transit users’ list of complaints

Being left behind tops transit users’ list of complaints

Rare winter locomotive excursion boards this weekend in Waterloo

Rare winter locomotive excursion boards this weekend in Waterloo

We pay a visit to the Elmira Produce Auction building, part of the Elmira wing of the Mennonite Central Committee.

We pay a visit to the Elmira Produce Auction building, part of the Elmira wing of the Mennonite Central Committee.

Fireworks

Victoria Day weekend fireworks planned in New Dundee and Conestogo

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