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Doug Coxson

Doug Coxson

Doug has been a reporter and editor for 25 years, working mainly in Waterloo region and Guelph

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Recent Work by Doug

Holly Trail sign goes up, ending Puslinch's Swastika Trail saga

Holly Trail sign goes up, ending Puslinch's Swastika Trail saga

Swastika Trail has been erased from sight as Puslinch Lake neighbours celebrate what many say was a long time coming
Region may consider free transit rides for children and seniors

Region may consider free transit rides for children and seniors

The Waterloo Region Age Friendly Network's pitch for a one-year pilot project resonates with council
Premier swings through Cambridge after meeting with Trudeau

Premier swings through Cambridge after meeting with Trudeau

Doug Ford and Minister of Economic Development Vic Fedeli stopped by Four Fathers Brewing in Cambridge for a meet and greet with Kitchener South-Hespeler MPP Jess Dixon and local councillors
Region will discuss Galt truck bypass at Dec. 1 meeting

Region will discuss Galt truck bypass at Dec. 1 meeting

Residents and business owners are invited to take part in the Dec. 1 virtual meeting
Wave of sickness sees uptick in demand for free COVID test kits

Wave of sickness sees uptick in demand for free COVID test kits

The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce's Chamber Check continues to offer free rapid antigen test kits for local businesses, while the test kits remain free for everyone else at various pharmacies and grocery stores
Full house for inaugural Cambridge council meeting

Full house for inaugural Cambridge council meeting

Mayor Jan Liggett said she will work hard to lobby province for rehab, detox, mental health facilities and court-mandated rehab over her four-year term
Missing commemorative plaque prompts GRCA investigation

Missing commemorative plaque prompts GRCA investigation

The bronze plaque was installed on a rock cairn in 1982 to commemorate the family that donated the land for the conservation area
Few concerns raised over 20-storey towers proposed for Hespeler Road

Few concerns raised over 20-storey towers proposed for Hespeler Road

Public meeting generates little concern despite the massive scale of the project which would be built in two phases and create 1,366 one, two and three bedroom units
Cambridge city council approves massive developments with hope they will 'revitalize' cores

Cambridge city council approves massive developments with hope they will 'revitalize' cores

Neighbour opposition to 193 Water St. South and 255 King St. East fails to sway council from voting in favour of projects it believes will support local businesses by creating much-needed housing
This is the address Cambridge Mayor McGarry is using to seek re-election

This is the address Cambridge Mayor McGarry is using to seek re-election

Questions have been raised about the mayor's use of a medical office for a qualifying address on her nomination form
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