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Following Up articles share stories about local people previously featured in the news.

This section is made possible by the Dietrich Law Office as part of our Community Leaders Program.


 

Terrible Toby's opens storefront in Kitchener

Terrible Toby's opens storefront in Kitchener

The pet depot first launched online in October 2020
Tiny Home Takeout celebrates one year helping those in need

Tiny Home Takeout celebrates one year helping those in need

For the past year, the pay-what-you-can takeout restaurant launched by St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in downtown Kitchener has been providing those in need with free, restaurant quality food
Laurier student bringing virtual STEM education to rural students

Laurier student bringing virtual STEM education to rural students

The NII Explore programming teaches kids everything from learning about soil to designing video games
Waterloo’s Button Factory Arts launches free art therapy program for nurses

Waterloo’s Button Factory Arts launches free art therapy program for nurses

The nine-week program is making space for nurses to heal by creating a sense of community and allowing them to engaging in imaginative self-expression
Local program brings sense of community right to the living rooms of seniors

Local program brings sense of community right to the living rooms of seniors

Since the pandemic began, Seniors Without Walls has been providing local seniors with phone-based programming, allowing them to build friendships, play games, and learn new things all from the comfort of their homes
Snow clearing policies problematic for those with disabilities

Snow clearing policies problematic for those with disabilities

Local disability advocate Teresa McQuillin says the region needs to make streets more accessible with better snow removal practices
Christmas Hamper program to support more than 5,000 households this year

Christmas Hamper program to support more than 5,000 households this year

House of Friendship’s Christmas Hamper program has been running since the 1950’s, providing low income households with holiday meals and toys during Christmas
Future looks bright for St. Jacobs-based digital pathology company

Future looks bright for St. Jacobs-based digital pathology company

For more than 20 years, Huron Digital Pathology has been developing world-leading medical devices used in hospital pathology laboratories, and they aren't stopping now
‘It’s pure joy’: Wonders of Winter lights up December for its 28th year

‘It’s pure joy’: Wonders of Winter lights up December for its 28th year

Since the early 90s, the Wonders of Winter festival has been bringing light to Waterloo Park during the month of December by a team of dedicated volunteers
Local program aims to prevent chronic youth homelessness

Local program aims to prevent chronic youth homelessness

Since 1998, Safe Haven Youth Services has provided youth in the region with the resources and support required to prevent a recurrence of homelessness
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