Waterloo regional police have arrested four teenagers after they say a Pride flag was taken from a Kitchener high school, trampled on, and burned.
Sentencing in a hit and run trial, a Cambridge encampment being cleared, and some big changes for CTV Kitchener round out the most-read stories of the week.
Shots reportedly fired in a Cambridge neighbourhood now have police investigating.
Four people are officially in the running to become Cambridge's next Ward 1 councillor.
A driver is facing speeding charges after allegedly telling Ontario Province Police, “I am running late for my tee time.”
Nearly a million minimum wage earners in Ontario got a pay bump today.
A list of what is opened and closed Sept. 30 on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
A large crowd of over 600 people gathered in Breslau Sunday afternoon around a memorial wall covered with the names of those who died during and before the COVID-19 pandemic.
A sea of orange filled the streets of Kitchener Saturday morning as the sound of drummers and singers emanated throughout the city’s downtown core.
There are eight potential scenarios based on the results of the three games.
Huron County OPP is investigating after a seasonal cottage was allegedly wrecked by vandals causing more than $100,000 in damage.
Collectors of all kinds got a special treat Sunday wit the return of the Collectibles Expo to Bingemans.
Ontario residents can now access treatment and medication for six more common ailments at pharmacies across the province.
The OHL season is officially underway for three local teams.
The True North Reconciliation Walk gave locals a chance to reflect and remember in a tranquil environment.
In a city known for its tight-knit spirit, a recent spike in suspected drug-related deaths has sent shockwaves through the Guelph community.
Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are asking for the public’s assistance after they say an excavator and flatbed trailer were stolen from a Puslinch parking lot.
Guelph police are investigating after they say two female security guards were assaulted while removing a man from a business on Thursday evening.
A Scarborough family said they were shocked to get a notice from the City of Toronto that the artificial grass in their backyard, including a putting green, will have to be ripped out.
Ajay Sood and his family bought their dream home in Oakville this past July, but they say a contractor destroyed their house after refusing to finish the work despite being paid in advance.
One renowned chef is calling tipping culture 'one of the most ridiculous things in North America.'
An Ontario widower, still grieving his wife's death, is unsure how to pay for a medical bill from their last vacation to Florida, which costs more than US$124,000.
An Ontario businessman says he has to pay about $38,000 after he was the victim of a cheque-cashing scam and failed to immediately report the fraudulent activity to his bank. The businessman says that the reason for the delay is because he doesn't use online banking.
An Ontario woman is warning others after a fraudster impersonating a Service Canada employee convinced her to empty out $50,000 from her bank account.
New legislation has some smaller recruiting firms in Ontario concerned they could be driven out of business. smaller recruiting firms in Ontario concerned they could be driven out of business.
An Ontario woman looking for a part-time job is devastated after losing hundreds of thousands of dollars to an employment scam.
From ultra-low interest rates that led to a huge spike in real estate demand to the speed with which interest rates shot up to levels not seen in a generation, it's been hard to keep up with the shifting landscape for mortgage holders.
Images captured by satellite show that the damage left in the wake of some of Canada's worst wildfires.
McDonald's and Wendy's have defeated a lawsuit accusing them of deceiving hungry diners by exaggerating the size of their burgers.
Aggrieved and defiant, former U.S. president Donald Trump sat through hours of sometimes testy opening arguments Monday in a fraud lawsuit that could cost him control of some of his most prized properties.
The trial of Cameron Ortis, a former senior RCMP intelligence official accused of passing on top-secret national security data, is set to begin on Tuesday.
The collapse of a church roof during a mass in northern Mexico has killed at least 10 people and injured 60, and searchers said Monday that no further people were believed to be trapped in the wreckage.
Two people are dead after a bear attack in Alberta's Banff National Park.
As Canadians prepare for another respiratory virus season this fall and winter, some may be curious to know if what they have is a cold, flu or possibly COVID-19. With rapid antigen tests being one popular option, CTV News looks at how many are still in stock in Canada and where you can get one.
On Tuesday, MPs will be electing a new Speaker of the House of Commons, in the wake of Anthony Rota's resignation. It will be a day for the Canadian political history books, as well as a day full of pomp and procedure. Here's what you need to know about the role, the contenders, and the process.
'The guy can't find his way off of a stage': Trump on Biden