November 28, 2022

Waterloo Ward 6 welcomes Mary Lou Roe as new councillor

With the incumbent Jeff Henry choosing not to run for re-election, Ward 6 in Waterloo was wide open for someone new to step in and make their mark. The election was a close race between Matthew Schwarze and Mary Lou Roe separated by only 97 votes.

Are vaccine mandates discriminatory?

The newest wave of COVID-19 is leading to growing numbers of infections as well as conversations about the morality of mandates. Mandates are a tool that help protect people most vulnerable to COVID-19, but some community leaders agree that they do lead to discrimination against unvaccinated people. Robin George reports.

Where Cambridge Ward 3 candidates stand on homelessness

The race for the open seat is a crowded field of five candidates, including former Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios, 2021 federal Green Party candidate for Cambridge Michele Braniff, and first-time candidates Nate Whalen and Corey Kimpson.

Two young candidates vie to unseat incumbent in Cambridge Ward 2 city council race

It’s a three-person race for city council in Cambridge’s Ward 2 in the upcoming municipal election.  Two young candidates, Piyush Nanda, 27, and Matt Rogers, 19, are hoping to unseat incumbent Councillor Mike Devine. Ward 2, which encompasses the village of Hespeler, has been represented by Devine since 2014.