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Susan Keeping

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Access 2012 at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, September 21-22 Special

Kitchener - Access 2012, a trade show presented by the Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region opened on Friday, September 21 and continues on Saturday, September 22 at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium's Kiwanis Arena.

Wellness Fair at Sunnyside Wellness Centre in Kitchener, ON

Kitchener - A Wellness Expo will take place at Sunnyside Home in Kitchener in October. It will provide information on a number of health conditions and wellness choices of interest to seniors and those who care for them.

Yoko Ono exhibit coming to The Museum in Kitchener, Ontario

Kitchener - A Yoko Ono art exhibit is coming to The Museum in Kitchener from May 12 to September 3. The artist will not be making an appearance at the Canadian exhibit.

Ontario: Kitchener candidates in the provincial election Oct. 6

Kitchener - Ontario is in the midst of an election campaign again. This time it is for the Government of Ontario. Election Day is October 6.

May 15, 2011 – International Day of Compassion

May 15, 2011 has been named International Day of Compassion by Bloggers Unite. Bloggers are asked to participate through their blogs.

Federal Election 2011: Candidates for Kitchener-Waterloo

Kitchener - The Canadian public will be showing up at the polls on May 2 to either elect a new government or keep the current one. The last federal election was held in 2008.

Canadian Election 2011: Candidates for Kitchener-Centre

Kitchener - Kitchener-Centre is one of three federal ridings in Kitchener, and the last election was very close and saw the incumbent defeated.

Federal Election 2011: Candidates for Kitchener-Conestoga

Kitchener - Canadian's are going to the polls again. The Harper minority Conservative government hopes for a majority, while the other parties hope to take over from them.

Op-Ed: Freedom to Read Week, February 20-February 26

Freedom to Read Week returns once again. The annual Canadian observance will be held from February 20 to February 26, 2011.

Op-Ed: Freedom to Read Week set for February 20 to February 26, 2011

The freedom to read is a fundamental right for all Canadians. Freedom to Read week highlights the fight against censorship.

Ellen Degeneres Will Not Attend Oktoberfest

Ellen DeGeneres will not be serving as Grand Marshall of the 2010 Kitchener/Waterloo Oktoberfest parade despite an active campaign to convince her to come.

Large Ontario crowd does the chicken dance for Ellen Special

Kitchener - To further the cause of getting American actor and talk show host Ellen Degeneres to appear as Grand Marshal for the Kitchener/Waterloo Oktoberfest parade, organizers held a mass chicken dance.

Ellen for Parade Marshal of 2010 Oktoberfest Parade in Ontario

Kitchener - Organizers of the Kitchener/Waterloo Oktoberfest in Ontario, Canada, are hoping to convince Ellen Degeneres to become parade marshal for the 2010 parade.

Daylight saving time returns

It's March and daylight saving time is upon us once again. It's time to spring forward in most of Canada and the United States.

CBC Literary Awards winners to be announced March 18

The winners of the CBC Literary Awards will be announced on March 18th on CBC Radio One by Jian Ghomeshi. Awards are given for creative non-fiction, short story, and poetry.

Shaunessy Cohen Prize winner to be announced on March 10

The Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing will be presented on March 10, 2010 at a black tie dinner in Ottawa, Ontario. The five nominees for the prize have written books about famous Canadians or books that give a Canadian perspective on events.

Ian Brown wins the 2010 Charles Taylor Prize for Non-Fiction

The 2010 Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction was awarded to author Ian Brown at a gala luncheon in Toronto on February 8.

Colin Firth nominated for Oscar for best actor

British actor Colin Firth is nominated for an Oscar for the first time in his 26-year career for his portrayal of a gay man in A Single Man.

Suspected thief ends up with hypothermia after fleeing police

Listowel - A 23 year-old man was hospitalized briefly after fleeing from police when the pickup truck he was driving was stopped for a routine check.

Inside Canada's Freedom to Read Week

Many communities in Canada are having events to celebrate Freedom to Read Week. Getting involved with these is a great way to show you care about the concept of the freedom to read whatever you wish without having to worry about government interference.
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