The Region of Waterloo is reporting five new deaths related to COVID-19 in Monday's dashboard update.
The number of lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ontario has passed 1,000,000 as deaths related to the disease total more than 11,000.
It's been nearly a week since Ontario schools reopened to in-person learning and information on school closures and absenteeism rates is now posted online.
Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) says some bus routes have been cancelled for a short period of time due to staffing issues.
One person has died after a single-unit apartment fire on Weber Street in Kitchener.
Waterloo regional police say they’re looking for an individual connected to a Saturday altercation which allegedly involved a firearm in Kitchener.
Regional police are looking for three youths connected to an armed robbery at a bus stop in Waterloo.
A major rural road in Wilmot Township has been partially closed off for a house fire.
A rendition of 'O Canada' that was specifically for the City of Kitchener’s 2020 virtual Canada Day Special continues to be played in classrooms across Canada.
More than 300 Ontario schools reported absence rates higher than 30 per cent by the end of last week, after students returned for in-person learning.
Students from the Wellington Catholic District School Board received masks that were too big ahead of the return to in-person learning, according to the board.
One person is dead after a residential fire in Simcoe late Saturday evening.
Emergency crews are responding to a 10-vehicle collision on Highway 400 in Innisfil.
A Guelph man who allegedly broke into a business within two days of being released on bail for a previous break-in to the same business has been rearrested.
The Waterloo Region District School Board says Eastwood Collegiate Institute in Kitchener is reopening Monday, after a water main break closed the school on Friday.
Guelph police have arrested and charged a man who allegedly stole five refrigerators and a stove from a condo building in the city.
Officials at the University of Guelph have updated their COVID-19 practices this week and said 'cloth masks are currently not considered acceptable for wear at U of G locations.'
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
An Ontario man thought he won more than $1,400 on a sports bet, only to find out that when it comes to tie games, definitions differ.
Doctors in Maryland performed a medical first, transplanting a genetically-altered pig heart on a 57-year old man.
Canada's foreign affairs department experienced a 'cyber incident' last week that is still under investigation and has left the organization without access to some 'internet-based services,' the federal government has confirmed. The 'incident' was discovered the same day the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security issued a bulletin warning about Russian state-sponsored cyber threat activity amid ongoing tensions with Ukraine.
In the face of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia crisis, NATO has played a prominent role in attempting to quell further escalations between Russia and the West. CTVNews.ca looks at what Canada’s obligations are to Ukraine as a member of NATO.
The majority of Canadians either support or somewhat support a new health contribution or fine applied to those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new survey by Nanos Research.
A Calgary man who admitted to murdering his former girlfriend but denied killing her daughter has been found guilty of killing the young girl.
Quebecers will have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter big-box stores with a surface area of more than 1,500 square metres, except for grocery stores or pharmacies.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a birthday party during the first COVID-19 lockdown in June 2020 when social gatherings indoors were banned, ITV News reported on Monday.
Self-testing COVID-19 rapid antigen tests authorized by Health Canada for purchase and use by the general public contain very low quantities of ingredients that are potentially harmful in larger amounts.
While Canadian authorities have yet to confirm the identities of the three Canadians shot at a resort near Playa de Carmen, Mexico, reports from Mexican media indicate that at least one Canadian killed was allegedly linked to an international criminal organization.
At least six people died in a crush outside a stadium hosting a game at Africa's top soccer tournament in Cameroon on Monday, a local government official said, realizing fears over the capacity of the Central African country to stage the continent's biggest sports event.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accuses conservatives of fear mongering when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for truckers.
Sylvain Charlebois of the Dalhousie Agri-Food Analytics Lab says vaccine mandates could close the border to about 140,000 truck drivers.
A microphone picked up U.S. President Joe Biden's response after a Fox News reporter asked if inflation is a 'political liability.'
Mexican officials confirm two Canadians are dead and another is in hospital after a shooting at a resort in Playa del Carmen.
A 70-year-old woman trapped underneath an SUV was freed by Delaware police officers.