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  • 97th Fall Market

    570 News

    Some 10,000 Home Hardware dealers and vendors are streaming into Waterloo starting today for the start of the retailer’s 97th market.

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    Humanizing machines

    570 News

    A new exhibit opens at THEMUSEUM today.

  • Centre for International Governance Innovation

    A decade for CIGI

    570 News

    The Centre for International Governance Innovation is celebrating its tenth birthday and the opening of its new campus today.

  • Analyst reaction to RIM numbers

    570 News

    A leading mobile analyst says it’s now crunch time for Research In Motion. Sascha Segan of PCMag tells 570 News the market is really waiting for the QNX phones. He expects those to be released in February or March. Segan says RIM needs to get the new platform right and fix the problems with the

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  • RIM (Research in Motion) is based in Waterloo, Ontario.  (July 2010)

    RIM management staying positive

    570 News - Canadian Press

    Research in Motion has once again reported less than expected second quarter earnings. But even as RIM’s shares took a downward turn in after hours trading last night, the overall attitude of the management, is positive.

  • SPCA constables and anthropologists exhume bodies in Whistler

    Pain and suffering charges recommended in sled dog case

    Jesse Johnston

    Charges are now recommended against Bob Fawcett, the man accused of killing dozens of sled dogs in Whistler. If convicted, Fawcett could get a $10,000 fine, jail time, or both.

  • Riot

    VPD posts photos of 12 more rioters

    Jesse Johnston

    Vancouver police are posting 12 new pictures of suspected rioters on the Riot 2011 website. With many more people under investigation, we can expect even more photos to be appearing on the site soon

  • Cambridge overnight brake-ins

    570 News

    Police are looking for a suspects after several break-ins at a plaza on Pinebush Road in Cambridge.

  • Cool night expected

    570 News

    It’s expected to be another cool night, but still no big threat of frost for the area. 570 News Weather Specialist John Wilson is calling for a low of 3 tonight. The record low was set back in 1984 and saw the temperature fall to 2.6 degrees. Environment Canada’s Senior Climatologist David Phillips says the

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  • Young boy dropped off at wrong bus stop

    570 News

    Two good Samaritans are to thank for the safe return of a 4 year old Cambridge boy.