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Waterloo-Wellington Community Office

380 Jamieson Parkway, Unit 12
Cambridge, Ontario
N3C 4N4
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Phone: 519-249-0074
Fax: 519-249-0080

Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Serving the communities of:

Waterloo Region, Wellington County and surrounding townships.

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    Relay For Life Waterloo Region (Friday, June 1, 2018)

    Join us on Friday June 1 - 2 at Shade's Mills Conservation Area from 7pm - 7am. Register today!

    Relay For Life Wellington County (Friday June 8, 2018)

    Join us on Friday June 8 at Guelph Lake Conservation Area from 6pm - 12pm. Register today!

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    The Waterloo-Wellington Community Office is always looking for dedicated people to help make a big difference in our community. We have volunteer positions in a variety of areas. Below is a list of our current volunteer opportunities.

    Want to make a BIG difference in your community? We want YOU!


    Volunteer Pin Sellers Needed

    This April, by volunteering just a few hours of your time to sell Daffodil Pins in support of our Daffodil Month campaign, you will be saving lives and helping people who are living with cancer.

    We are currently looking for volunteers to sell Daffodil Pins in various locations April 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. Interested? Sign up to volunteer in your community at

    For more information about any volunteer opportunity listed above or to apply, please contact the office at 519-249-0074. The volunteer application form can be found at and current volunteer opportunities can always be found at



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