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Blair Adams

Blair Adams

Blair is the Community Editor at KitchenerToday.com. It really is a perfect fit as he loves living in the region. He joined the Village Media team in 2018 after 20 plus years in radio, 19 of those on-air and online at 570 NEWS. Blair is a graduate of the Broadcast-Journalism program at Fanshawe College. In his downtime, he enjoys running, walking, music, and watching Netflix.

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Recent Work by Blair

A look at the mask bylaw regional council will consider Monday

A look at the mask bylaw regional council will consider Monday

Residents would have to cover up in enclosed public places and while on public transit
Public health issues order to farms that employ temporary foreign workers

Public health issues order to farms that employ temporary foreign workers

The acting medical officer of health says they're being proactive to make sure all COVID-19 measures are in place
Three new cases of COVID-19 in the region

Three new cases of COVID-19 in the region

Active cases are down to 82
Woman charged following two-month drug investigation

Woman charged following two-month drug investigation

Police seized fentanyl, methamphetamine and various illicit pills
Two Kitchener residents facing drug charges near Owen Sound

Two Kitchener residents facing drug charges near Owen Sound

A stolen vehicle was recovered as well
Waterloo to close part of Willis Way to traffic

Waterloo to close part of Willis Way to traffic

It will be for two months, with the city looking to create a 'people-friendly' space
COVID-19 update: One new case in Waterloo Region

COVID-19 update: One new case in Waterloo Region

The number of active cases dropped by ten
Kitchener company develops wireless UVC tech to fight COVID-19

Kitchener company develops wireless UVC tech to fight COVID-19

Spenergy Certified Solutions claims its SMART UVC 3.0 has a 99.9 per cent kill rate
Two police officers hurt after man barricades himself inside Waterloo home

Two police officers hurt after man barricades himself inside Waterloo home

It happened around 1 a.m. Tuesday on Albert Street
Outbreak now over at Forest Heights Revera long-term care home

Outbreak now over at Forest Heights Revera long-term care home

It had been active since April 1