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An in-depth look at the proposed MZO housing development in Wilmot

Final decision to be made in an open council meeting in late February

Beloved local restauranteur passes away

From New Hamburg, Ontario, the Keller Family!

Locals to Appear on Family Feud Canada in the New Year

Third ice rink planned for Wilmot Recreation Complex

Wilmot staff directed to provide conceptual design and costing of ice rink, which will be presented to council in early 2022

New residential development proposed for former Magnussen Home Furnishings site

A plan for up to 66 staggered town homes will need a zone change approval, and local residents are already voicing their concerns

Growing pains: Wilmot faces challenges as it deals with population growth

An additional 6,200 residents are expected within the next decade, but a current lack of affordable homes is already forcing the community to change

Wilmot council supports expansion for Route 77

Male Allies group is working to end gender-based violence

Nearly half of all women in Canada report experiencing some form of harm from an intimate partner

Wellesley brothers to appear on Dragon’s Den

Regional growth plans could impact agricultural land, say delegations

Wilmot residents urge the Region of Waterloo to plan for more intensification and better protection of farmland in its Official Plan

Crow Shield Lodge given the go ahead

Township of Wilmot and Region of Waterloo approve secondary use by-law for Indigenous centre on Pfenning’s Organic Farm.

Riverside Brass’s food bank donations will help to feed hundreds in Wilmot

Substantial gift from local business will make a big impact on the community.

We are now the Wilmot-Tavistock Gazette

Here’s what you need to know

Wilmot Summer Market announces it won’t return in 2022

Organizers made the decision due to a lack of volunteers who are willing to continue

Local long term care homes to receive provincial funding

Thursday Night Lights signal the start of a new era

New artificial turf and floodlights at Waterloo-Oxford is the result of teamwork between the Township of Wilmot and WRDSB.

Perth County OPP runs “Operation Impact”

Grand opening to celebrate Waterloo-Oxford artificial turf

Happy Birthday Wilmot Post

(Free newspapers for everybody!)

Wilmot joins other regional municipalities in waiving facility fees for Indigenous groups

The move comes ahead of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and will help the local Indigenous community to hold cultural and ceremonial events in Township facilities


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