Thank You, Waterloo Region

Friends, How can one look back on this election without realizing how very much people value what they have in this Region and that they are prepared to fight for it? We saw this in spades during this election – I was the beneficiary of the work of many, many volunteers and donors who supported…

The Best Reason to Vote

The following is an email that was sent out by a concerned community volunteer and tireless contributor to our great region. Dear Friends, Please excuse this e-mail. I normally would not send an e-mail of this sort prior to an election. However, the negative ads and the poorly researched and inaccurate numbers and slanderous statements…

Carl Zehr Speaks Out

In all the elections that Ken has been involved with, this election has, by far, seen the most negative and dishonest tactics being used. In an opinion piece in The Record today, Carl Zehr speaks out! Carl writes, “While I hesitate to make public statements about specific candidates, numerous other people and I have become…

CBC on the LRT

From an article posted on CBC.ca “A handful of candidates running for office in the October 27 municipal elections – including Waterloo mayoral hopeful Dave MacDonald and Jay Aissa, who is running for regional chair – are seeking to cancel the region’s light rail transit project. But if the LRT were cancelled by the end of the year, the region says it would lose…

Record Endorsements

The following statement was made in the editorial posting in The Record on October 18: “Seiling is the only person on this crowded ballot who can do the job. This region has developed as an economic powerhouse, one that is less reliant on traditional yet vulnerable manufacturing and more driven by new technology, in no…

Cambridge Interviews

Last week, Ken was interviewed by the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce in a series that is being presented on Youtube. Greg Durocher, President and CEO of the Cambridge Chamber asked the burning questions that so many residents are asking. Some of the questions being asked revolved arount the LRT and Cambridge’s future in it. They…