Cambridge is a wonderful place! Our distinctive 19th century architecture has been used in films and on TV. We have a butterfly conservatory, a drive-through wildlife park, and the third oldest farmer's market in the country. Our trail system and access to the Grand River make for excellent canoeing, cycling, horseback riding and hiking.
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Exploring the Grand River Valley
The Grand River flows 300 kilometres from the highlands of Dufferin County to Port Maitland on Lake Erie. Explore the river valley through these wonderful books and DVDs.
Read about Cambridge heritage conservation, former housing studies, environmental studies, traffic control studies and more.
Read about all the beautiful historic buildings Cambridge is known for, and some buildings that are no longer with us.
Full text article access to the Cambridge Times newspaper from 2013 – current.
Full text article access to the Waterloo Region Record newspaper from 1990 – current.
City of Cambridge
City departments and services, leisure activities & links to local sites.
Region of Waterloo
Information on leisure activities and attractions, starting a business in Waterloo Region, and regional government.
Bryan May, MP Cambridge
Member of federal parliament for Cambridge.
Marwan Tabbara, MP Kitchener South - Hespeler
Member of federal parliament for Kitchener South - Cambridge.
Belinda Karahalios, MPP Cambridge
Member of provincial parliament for Cambridge.
Amy Fee, MPP Kitchener South - Hespeler
Member of provincial parliament for Kitchener South - Cambridge.
The latest in sports and recreation programming for children and adults offered by the City of Cambridge.
Cambridge Community Associations
Neighbourhood associations provide recreational, athletic and social programs.
Upcoming events, adventures, accommodations, restaurants, historical treasures and more.
Information about the trail system in Cambridge.
Grand River Conservation Authority
Information on recreational activities such as camping, fishing and hiking, as well as on watershed management.
Cambridge Chamber of Commerce
Provides resources for the Cambridge business community
Waterloo Region Economic Development Corporation
A guide to businesses, real estate, products and services in Cambridge, Guelph, Kitchener and Waterloo, and the Region of Waterloo.
Members of Idea Exchange can borrow materials for free from these local libraries:
- Kitchener Public Library
- Waterloo Public Library
- Region of Waterloo Library
- County of Brant Library
- Hamilton Public Library
- Guelph Public Library
- Wellington County Library
Find library materials at all three of our local universities by searching any one of their catalogues: University of Waterloo Library, Wilfrid Laurier University Library, and University of Guelph Library.