The City of Waterloo issued a statement on Tuesday condemning hate-motivated graffiti that has been appearing across Waterloo region.
Rural fire crews were busy this week after two separate barn fires north of Kitchener were responsible for the deaths of over 100 livestock. Between the two fires, 116 cattle and four horses were killed, according to fire officials.
It has been a months-long wait, but a major portion of a spring storm cleanup is scheduled to get underway at a Kitchener park.
The SIU has determined that while a Stratford, Ont. police officer did not commit a criminal offence in relation to a toddler who died last year, the officer “fell short” in his duty of care towards the 18-month-old boy.
The federal government announced a $675,000 grant at the University of Waterloo on Tuesday to help Canadians defend against hackers using the next generation of supercomputers.
Investigators are still trying to determine how a fire started at a home being rented by university students in Waterloo on Sunday.
A speed enforcement pilot project for the City of Brantford revealed thousands of violations every week on two major roads during the month of May.
A new director of education has been named at the Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB).
A seven-year-old child has died following a head-on collision that injured seven others near Orangeville, Ont. on Monday night.
As staffing shortages affect several sectors across the province, local non-for-profits say they’re facing a shortage of volunteers.
Wellington County OPP have charged a 15-year-old after they say he was operating a boat that had 11 people on it, but only four life jackets.
Canada's year-over-year inflation rate slowed to 7.6 per cent in July, with the deceleration largely driven by a decline in gas prices even as prices for food, rent and travel continued to rise.
Dozens of animals have been killed in a barn fire in the Township of Mapleton.
A reported knifepoint robbery at a Guelph business is under investigation.
Guelph police have arrested a woman they say had a strong odour of alcohol on her breath while two children under the age of 10 were in the back seat of her vehicle.
The mayor of Guelph has taken a friendly jab at the premier of Ontario following a viral clip of Doug Ford swallowing a bee at a news conference.
One of the largest music festivals in Canada was scheduled to be this weekend. But instead, it was cancelled for the third year in a row.
When Airbnb first launched 14 years ago, it changed the way many people book their vacations as they travel locally and around the world.
A community of about 200 townhouse condominium units has been told that $3.5 million is needed for renovations and individual unit owners will have to pay their share.
The Ontario government is planning to move forward with several tax credits that could provide hundreds of dollars per year to residents.
A recent research report released by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries found that condo boards should be making sure there are enough reserve funds being budgeted to help pay for expensive repairs in the future.
An Ontario woman says she was scammed out of $11,000 after months spent working with a Texas psychic she met on TikTok following the death of her stepfather.
Parents may get direct payments from the Ontario government yet again this year. This will be the fourth payout to parents since Premier Doug Ford took office in 2018.
Canadian homeowners who use propane to heat their homes will have to pay a lot more to stay warm this winter.
A new report has found that more than half of Canadian parents report 'negative impacts' on their children after two years of living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 12-year-old player in the Little League World Series is in critical condition after falling from a bunk bed at the players' dormitory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, his team tells CNN.
The glitch-prone app touted as an efficient border tool early in the pandemic has become a punching bag for critics who question its utility -- but ArriveCan may be here to stay.
Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet, once considered a front-runner to become pope, has been accused of sexual assault and is among a list of clergy members and diocesan staff named in a class-action lawsuit against the archdiocese of Quebec. A woman identified as 'F.' in court documents tabled on Tuesday accused Ouellet of several incidents of unwanted touching.
A growing number of ardent Donald Trump supporters seem ready to strike back against the FBI or others who they believe go too far in investigating the former U.S. president.
Parents of young children may need a prescription for over-the-counter fever and pain medication due to a shortage at some pharmacies, Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children is warning.
A B.C. man, who was among the first Canadians approved for Canada's Vaccine Injury Support Program, says he is frustrated with the length of time it is taking to receive compensation.
The wolves that were found outside their enclosure at the Greater Vancouver Zoo Tuesday appear to have been freed on purpose, according to officials.
Kherson, located north of the Crimean Peninsula that was annexed by Moscow in 2014, was the first city to fall after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. The port remains at the heart of the conflict and Ukraine's efforts to preserve its vital access to the sea. For Russia, Kherson is a key point along the land corridor from its border to the peninsula.
A Quebec cardinal and about 80 clergy members are accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit; inflation may have peaked but essential costs still high.