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Almost 3,000 riders participated in the Cambridge Tour de Grand on Sunday. Don Pavey, chair of the 17th annual event, said 2,982 cyclists rode nine scenic routes in the city and surrounding area. The routes ranged from 10 kilometres to 160 kilometres. The ride started in 1998 with 500 participants.

Almost 3,000 riders participated in the Cambridge Tour de Grand on Sunday. Don Pavey, chair of the 17th annual event, said 2,982 cyclists rode nine scenic routes in the city and surrounding area. The routes ranged from 10 kilometres to 160 kilometres. The ride started in 1998 with 500 participants.

Cambridge church shares the warmth

Cambridge church shares the warmth

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

A long stretch of King Street in downtown Waterloo will be closed to all vehicles on four Sunday afternoons this summer for Open Streets.

A long stretch of King Street in downtown Waterloo will be closed to all vehicles on four Sunday afternoons this summer for Open Streets.

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

Crowds gather for folk music and dance at Cambridge festival

Crowds gather for folk music and dance at Cambridge festival

Students Taylor Colligan (left), Alex Boland, Madison Moody and Allison Stele wave at a passing car while walking along Hespeler Road in Cambridge with anti-bullying signs Monday.

Students Taylor Colligan (left), Alex Boland, Madison Moody and Allison Stele wave at a passing car while walking along Hespeler Road in Cambridge with anti-bullying signs Monday.

Head for the hills — no ban on tobogganing in Cambridge, Kitchener or Waterloo Read more: www.therecord.com/news-story/5251286-head-for-the-hills-no-ban-on-tobogganing-in-waterloo-region/

Head for the hills — no ban on tobogganing in Cambridge, Kitchener or Waterloo Read more: www.therecord.com/news-story/5251286-head-for-the-hills-no-ban-on-tobogganing-in-waterloo-region/

Farah Lahens (left), a Calvary Pentecostal Assembly church volunteer, and Bonnie Dion (right), fund development co-ordinator for the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank, fill one of the many bags with toys for people in need.

Farah Lahens (left), a Calvary Pentecostal Assembly church volunteer, and Bonnie Dion (right), fund development co-ordinator for the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank, fill one of the many bags with toys for people in need.

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