W.D. Euler, a proud Canadian, lived his adult lifetime at 111 Queen Street North, which is now the site of the Centre in the Square. Born in 1875 in Conestoga, Ontario of German heritage, he grew up, became a teacher at Suddaby Public School, founded the Euler Business College and married Virginia Howd. He was elected eight times as a Member of Parliament (MP), was a Cabinet Minister, a member of the Privy Council and a Senator. More about this Prominent Resident of Olde Berlin Town is here.
A partnership between Metrolinx, Region of Waterloo and the City of Kitchener did a presentation to present plans for a proposed Transit Hub in downtown Kitchener.
Have you walked about the city and wondered “if only” about neighbourhoods, transit, and zoning? Did you know there is an opportunity for you to make a difference in how Kitchener and your neighbourhood will look in the future? This is your invitation to make that happen!
Urban Design Manual Project
Current draft of Residential Infill in Central Neighbourhoods document: https://www.kitchener.ca/en/resourcesGeneral/Documents/DSD_PLAN_UDM_Design-for-Central-Neighbourhoods.pdf
Neighbourhood Planning Review Civic Centre https://www.kitchener.ca/en/city-services/civic-centre.aspx