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Police in Six Nations say the case of a man who died of a gunshot wound is being investigated as a homicide.
Three robberies were reported in downtown Kitchener within a period of about 25 hours.
The region has unveiled the 10 public art projects selected to be installed along the Ion light rail transit line.
Ontario's high school teachers have reached a tentative contract extension with the Liberal government, the last education union to do so.
An incident in Brantford has police issuing a reminder about the importance of drug safety.
Forecasts don’t suggest a lot of snow staying on the ground for a long time this winter – and that has the Grand River Conservation Authority concerned about the possibility of flooding.
A new survey suggests Canadians contributed less to their tax-free savings accounts last year, mostly because they didn't have enough money to invest.
A man who stole an automated external defibrillator also had drugs and bear spray with him, police say.
A tentative deal has been reached between the City of Cambridge and striking inside workers.
Crews from a number of fire stations were called to a blaze at a multi-unit building Thursday morning.
A crash in Kitchener resulted in minor injuries for three people on Wednesday evening.
The federal government has approved the sale of ground beef that has been treated with radiant energy similar to X-rays.
The manufacturing of the first Ion light rail vehicle may have taken far longer than anyone expected, but its delivery was a little bit quicker.
Another record has fallen as Waterloo Region’s week of unseasonably warm weather continues.
With barely over a month to go until it merges with a similar group in the Cambridge area, United Way Kitchener Waterloo & Area is shedding jobs.
An Ontario science teacher stormed out of a hearing after being found guilty of professional misconduct for telling students vaccines could kill them.
A marijuana dispensary that opened in Brantford earlier this week did not have a licence to sell marijuana and sold it to people who had no licence to purchase it, police say.
Ontario electricity distributors will no longer be allowed to disconnect customers' power in the winter if they don't pay their bills, which are steadily rising along with ratepayer anger.
An employee of a Cambridge organization that provides services to people with developmental disabilities is facing an assault charge.
Canada's competition watchdog is suing Hudson's Bay Co., alleging that the retailer engaged in deceptive pricing practices for four years, an accusation the company denies.
Gunshots were heard in a Guelph neighbourhood early Wednesday morning.
A car veered off the road and toppled a traffic standard north of Waterloo Tuesday night.
Krista Simpson looks at calls for change to the rules governing how police officers accused of misconduct are treated.