Region of Waterloo staff say sweeping new provincial housing legislation will cost the region and its seven municipalities an estimated $530 million over the next 10 years, and taxpayers could be on the hook to make up the difference.
A victim has been identified after a multi-day investigation in Brant County that began as a suspicious death before being ruled a homicide.
St. James Catholic High School construction teacher, Jerry Della Savia, says he thought it was the perfect opportunity to take skills learned during class and have students apply them in a valuable way in the community.
Two bottles of children's Tylenol arrived at Apothecare Pharmacy in Kitchener Tuesday morning, and by the lunch hour, one of the two bottles was claimed.
The Ontario government intends to appeal a court's decision that struck down a controversial bill that limited wages for public sector workers.
The competitive cheerleading team from Wilfrid Laurier University is gearing up for the University World Cup Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida.
Downtown Kitchener gets its own one-stop local gift shop for the holiday season.
The average price of a house in Kitchener-Waterloo is forecasted to drop by two to 15 per cent next year.
Layoffs at ApplyBoard follow similar moves at tech companies in Waterloo region and around the world as investor exuberance around the sector fades and companies re-examine payroll costs in preparation for a potential recession.
The Ontario Green Party has asked the integrity commissioner to investigate whether the premier or housing minister tipped off developers about their plans to open up the Greenbelt.
Woodstock police are investigating a suspicious death in the area of Fyfe Avenue. According to police, officers were called to the area around 2:18 a.m. after a 9-1-1 call reporting a dispute.
An incident that sparked a flurry of controversy just over a year ago is back in the spotlight.
The Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are looking for a suspect after a change machine in Fergus was broken into.
Neighbours tell CTV News they’re shocked and saddened, and they never imagined a homicide would happen in their quiet farming community.
A collision at a busy Kitchener roundabout has resulted in serious injuries for a 52-year-old man.
The Guelph General Hospital COVID-19 Assessment Centre will be expanding to include influenza and common cold assessment.
Suspended Guelph police constable Corey McArthur believes the decision he must resign or be fired should be reduced to him being demoted.
While Ford is in the midst of a massive recall involving windshield wipers, an Ontario man said he has been trying for more than two months to get his wiper motor repaired on his Ford F-150 pickup truck.
Cyber Monday is the busiest online shopping day for Canadians — and some of Monday's deals are still available.
An Ontario man who lost more than $10,000 after a cheque he wrote was cashed twice said he was pushed to the 'end of his rope' trying to fight TD Bank to get the money back.
November has overtaken December as the busiest shopping month for Canadian consumers, according to the Retail Council of Canada (RCC).
November is 'Make a Will Month,' and Ontarians can now opt to craft a will online for under $100 with a new option recently approved by the Law Society of Ontario.
When the highways turn slippery in many parts of Canada road crews add salt, sand and brine to help drivers get added traction.
A Toronto man said he has been trying to buy a 2023 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid for the past month, but there is such a shortage of cars he could have to wait as long as a year if he orders one.
Anyone who is jetting away for the holidays is advised to give themselves extra time and arrive early at the airport. Here's what else you need to know when travelling this season.
CTV National News Executive Producer Rosa Hwang shares what she witnessed during a visit to a refugee camp in Pakistan, where Afghan children live in flimsy tents set up in a park, without the basics like running water or enough food, with only their mothers for protection.
Despite warm and mild temperatures stretching on throughout most of the fall season, the wrath of winter may be coming soon, experts say. But frigid temperatures aren’t expected to last.
Danielle Smith introduced the Sovereignty within a United Canada Act in the legislature Tuesday while trying to reassure Albertans that it has nothing to do with leaving the country.
The Bank of Canada lost $522 million in the third quarter of this year, marking the first loss in its 87-year history. In the central bank's latest quarterly financial report, it says revenue from interest on its assets did not keep pace with interest charges on deposits at the bank.
The RCMP has confirmed it is investigating 'broader foreign actor interference activities' in Canada, but Commissioner Brenda Lucki is declining to provide more details given the investigations are 'ongoing.'
An experimental Alzheimer's drug modestly slowed the brain disease's inevitable worsening, researchers reported Tuesday – but it remains unclear how much difference that might make in people's lives.
A disciplinary case was opened against Croatia at the World Cup on Tuesday after the team's fans taunted a Canada player with Serbian family ties.
The Senate passed bipartisan legislation Tuesday to protect same-sex marriages, an extraordinary sign of shifting national politics on the issue and a measure of relief for the hundreds of thousands of same-sex couples who have married since the Supreme Court's 2015 decision that legalized gay marriage countrywide.
Chinese military jets conducted several intercepts of a Royal Canadian Air Force patrol plane as it flew surveillance sorties from Japan as part of an international effort to enforce sanctions against North Korea, the Department of National Defence confirmed Tuesday.
CTV News Political Commentator Scott Reid reacts to Alta. Premier Danielle Smith's proposed Sovereignty within a United Canada Act.