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view listing for KFC Kentucky Fried ChickenFeatured ListingKFC Kentucky Fried Chicken

The Colonel developed the formula back in the 1930s when he operated a roadside restaurant and motel in Corbin, Kentucky. His blend of 11 herbs and spices developed a loyal following of customers.

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Prices you'll love on tablets & computers, Playstation, Xbox & Nintendo, TVs & audio, Samsung & iPhones, cables, batteries, & more, I want that. 550+ Locations in Canada

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view listing for Home Hardware StoresFeatured ListingHome Hardware Stores

In more than 1000 stores all across Canada, Home Dealers are there to help their neighbours. It can be anything at all - from planning the largest home building or renovation project to finding the perfect gift item. Help is close to Home.

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view listing for Fusion Authentic Indian CuisineFeatured ListingFusion Authentic Indian Cuisine

FUSION AUTHENTIC INDIAN CUISINE is a fine dining Indian Restaurant in Guelph. Chefs create dishes inspired by Southern & North Indian cuisine.

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view listing for Home Depot Canada TheFeatured ListingHome Depot Canada The

Home Depot stores cater to do-it-yourselfers, as well as home improvement, construction and building maintenance professionals. Each store stocks over 40,000 different kinds of building materials, home improvement supplies and lawn & garden products

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Kitchener-Waterloo Community Information, Articles & Links

Kitchener-Waterloo Sports

Hockey Season is upon us!

Fall is the start of the hockey season, and time for other indoor sports like basketball which help keep you in shape over the coming winter, for recreational pursuits (like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, or hockey).

Our Sports section has lots of good information about many sports, and our event calendar includes the schedule for the local professional and/or Junior A hockey teams.


Kitchener-Waterloo Travel Tourism

Cambridge Ontario, along the scenic Grand River

The Kitchener-Waterloo area has a storied history, with First Nations settlements along the Grand and Speed Rivers (where today, Cambridge is located), followed in the early 1800s with settlement by German Mennonite farmers from the US followed by waves of immigrants from Europe. More History...


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University of Waterloo sign

Kitchener-Waterloo is a highly educated community, with three universities (University of Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier, and University of Guelph) and the multi-campus Conestoga College, which have helped build the area's "Technology Triangle", including leaders & products like Research In Motion's BlackBerry.

Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


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Kitchener's Concordia Club is one of Canada's largest German clubs, and is one of Okoberfest's popular Festhallen

Kitchener's festivals attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. German traditions and culture are kept alive in Kitchener-Waterloo through various cultural organizations and of course the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest.


General Photo Credit: Kitchener-Waterloo photos by Shawn Steinman Field research for this site's content by Shawn Steinman and Mark Ruthenberg.