Here's our full regional round up
Here's our full regional round up
Canada Day celebrations are making a big return in 2022, here's where you can catch some of them in Waterloo region and surrounding areas.
The Stratford Police Service has released its use of force data from the past two years, including incidents involving members of BIPOC communities.
It’s not the kind of news folks in Clinton, wanted to hear. Their community’s emergency room will be unavailable for the entire Canada Day long weekend.
Police are investigating a pellet gun incident that left one person injured in Breslau.
The eviction deadline for people living at an encampment at Victoria and Weber Streets in Kitchener has come and gone, but residents of the property say they’re not moving.
Police are trying to identify a man who allegedly committed an indecent act in front of two youths at a Waterloo park.
The news comes just two days after the City launched a naming contest for the young bird, which it said was the first offspring of Victoria Park swans, Otis and Ophelia.
A miscommunication involving a COVID-19 booster shot has left a Kitchener woman concerned for her 86-year-old mother.
A woman who has been living at an encampment for more than a decade could soon have a roof over her head.
The Special Investigations Unit has cleared a Brantford police officer who responded to a well-being call during which a 23-year-old woman was seriously injured after she jumped from a balcony.
Some communities in Waterloo region are reimagining Canada Day to be more inclusive and to honour Indigenous peoples.
Farmers markets play an important part in any community - a place for a new business to test out their product, farmers to sell items off the farm and a popular place for people to visit.
The event will be the first held at the city's in the newly renovated Carl Zehr Square.
Over the last several months, the encampment at the corner of Victoria and Weber Streets in Kitchener has undergone several changes, including an eviction day that came and went.
A Guelph woman is hoping to encourage more people to play board games.
Guelph police have arrested a man they say phoned in a gun call in attempt to draw officers away and avoid being arrested.
A Guelph man is facing charges after reportedly being arrested for impaired driving and then smearing feces on a security camera while he was in a cell block.
Ontario drivers could soon see the end of "unfair" insurance policies with premiums based on postal codes, Premier Doug Ford said Thursday.
Ontario gas prices are about to take a huge drop and one expert says it will be 'well worth waiting' if drivers can hold off on filling up.
An Ontario man says he's frustrated with his bank after almost 500,000 of his travel points disappeared.
Ontario is more than doubling the maximum rate a landlord can raise a tenant's rent next year – marking the highest rent increase guideline in the province in a decade.
A Nexus card is supposed to help put low-risk Canadians on the fast track when crossing the U.S. border, but at least 330,000 Canadians aren’t sure when their applications will be processed.
A recently opened tunnel is offering visitors a brand new view of Niagara Falls.
As gas prices and food costs continue to escalate and another interest rate hike is expected next month, many Canadians are wondering if a recession is coming and how to prepare for a possible economic downturn.
Experts are divided on whether the 'Eco Mode' button will save drivers money on gas.
In the wake of last year’s discoveries of unmarked graves at residential schools and the prominent displays of the Canadian flag during 'Freedom Convoy' protests, some Canadians are re-evaluating the meaning of the national symbol.
Thousands of people converged on downtown Ottawa to celebrate Canada's 155th birthday, while police and city officials braced for possible protests against COVID-19 restrictions.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling on Canadians to recommit to the country’s values, including respect, hope and kindness, in his official Canada Day message.
A recent survey shows nearly 50 per cent of Canadians who rent expect to do so forever. As rising interest and inflation rates contribute to a sense of pessimism among first-time homebuyers in Canada, some are sharing their struggles with purchasing their first house.
Russian missile attacks on residential areas killed at least 21 people early Friday near the Ukrainian port of Odesa, authorities reported, a day after the withdrawal of Moscow's forces from an island in the Black Sea seemed to ease the threat to the city.
The Assembly of First Nations says an Ontario court has rejected a bid by National Chief RoseAnne Archibald to overturn her recent suspension.
The Royal Canadian Navy says it has relieved the commanding officer of a warship in the Pacific Fleet.
Stunning new revelations about former U.S. president Donald Trump's fight to overturn the 2020 election have exposed growing political vulnerabilities just as he eyes another presidential bid.
A lack of programs to certify lifeguards amid the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to the industry-wide shortage seen in Canada, a Toronto city official says.
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre marches with anti-mandate demonstrators, as Ottawa preps for protests. Glen McGregor reports.