CTV News at Six
CTV's Max Wark looks at wait times in Waterloo Region's emergency rooms, and what's being done to cut them down.
CTV's David Imrie looks at what you should do when your electronic appliances suddenly stop working.
CTV's Tyler Calver examines what's behind the rise of condos in Waterloo Region, and what it's doing to house prices.
CTV's Marc Venema looks at three common DIY projects and whether your effort on them is really worth the money saved.
CTV's Nicole Lampa looks at the appropriate time and ways for children to start using technology.
CTV's Alexandra Pinto looks at the cost of an average wedding, what's in style and where you may be able to save.
CTV's Tyler Calver looks at some exciting and unexpected things to do with your kids over March Break.
CTV's Marc Venema looks at the effects an online service and privatization of casino operations will have on OLG.
CTV's Max Wark looks at how much money cities earn from parking tickets, and which areas to avoid if you don't want to pay up.
In February 1990, fire broke out at a tire recycling yard in Hagersville. It wasn't extinguished for 17 days -- by which time 14 million tires had burned.
CTV's Krista Simpson looks at the myriad of daycare options -- licensed, unlicensed and informal.
CTV's Meghan Furman takes you inside the daily routines of a heart surgeon, an air traffic controller and an emergency veterinarian.
CTV's Frank Lynn looks at the heritage and new urban realities of Bridgeport, Blair and Doon.
CTV's Nicole Lampa looks at the hidden and not-so-hidden costs of falling oil.
With the Canadian dollar at its lowest level in five years, CTV's Frank Lynn looks at its effect on the business sector.
CTV's Max Wark looks at three different milestone years and what contributes to your health and happiness at each of them.
Can selling products out of your home replace a full-time job? CTV's Rosie Del Campo looks at direct sales in a special series.
CTV's Meghan Furman looks at the expected rise in seniors driving Ontario's roads in the coming years.
CTV's Abigail Bimman has read every report from 18 months on Waterloo-Wellington nursinghomes. She shares her findings in a special series.
It's costly and it's not covered by OHIP, but it helps some people realize their dreams of parenthood. David Imrie explores the world of in-vitro fertilization.