CTV News Channel
Allison Friday looks at Black Friday, Cyber Monday, holiday sales and where to get the most bang for your buck.
Frank Lynn looks at shifts in Waterloo Region's employment base, both recent and historical.
Marc Venema looks at Waterloo Region's record year of construction and how various types of road users are dealing with it.
Abigail Bimman shares the stories of places around Waterloo-Wellington where something spooky happens from time to time.
Max Wark looks at the issue of stray voltage, an excess of electricity that, in some circumstances, can kill animals.
In the last week before the election, CTV's Nicole Lampa looks at what the major parties are promising to different demographic groups.
CTV's Allison Tanner looks at how food gets onto your plate in a restaurant, and what happens when food safety rules aren't followed.
CTV's Krista Simpson takes a look at drones, the people who use them and what the future could hold for unmanned aerial vehicles.
CTV's Nicole Lampa looks at how to get the most bang for your buck when it comes to back-to-school shopping.
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.