Guelph police have arrested a man in connection to a two incidents of porch pirating caught on camera.
A young brother and sister duo have spruced up an old trailer and are running a booming coffee business out of it.
The patios of Downtown Guelph were full of customers for the second day of step one in Ontario’s reopening plan.
Guelph police say staff at a local business prevented the theft of thousands of dollars worth of personal care products.
Hundreds gathered in Guelph for a vigil and walk Thursday night in honour of the Muslim family killed in an attack in London, Ont. earlier this week.
A video of a Guelph roller skater has gone viral online as the retro activity sees a resurgence amid the pandemic.
A variety of asparagus called the Guelph Millennium, developed at the University of Guelph, has been advancing the asparagus farming industry in southern Ontario for years.
People who received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose before May 9 in Waterloo Region and Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph will be able to get a second dose early, according to the Ministry of Health.
An American trucker had a rude awakening when a rock was thrown through his side window, according to Guelph police.
Guelph police say DNA evidence has helped them solve two sexual assault cases that have remained open for over two decades.
Residents in Guelph are raising concerns about plants going missing from their property in recent weeks.
Waterloo Region recorded the highest COVID-19 daily case count in all of Ontario Wednesday, adding 72 new infections, along with one new death.
There are growing concerns in Waterloo Region about an underground market for hair cuts, with stylists choosing to work under the radar of the province's pandemic restrictions.
Waterloo regional police are searching for a missing 12-year-old boy in Cambridge.
Preparations are underway at the Stratford Festival for a return of theatre this summer, with in-person rehearsals beginning last week.
The Walper Hotel has set up a beehive on its roof to produce honey for guests and diners.
A four-foot-long ball python has now been missing in Kitchener for more than a week.
Accelerated second dose appointments are now available to Waterloo Region residents who received an mRNA vaccine on or before May 9.
A local resident raised concerns to the Waterloo Regional Police Services Board meeting about system racism in policing.
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) has approved boundary changes for elementary schools in the region ahead of the opening of the new Huron Brigadoon catholic elementary school next fall.
NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says that she has never 'felt safe' and alleges she was racially profiled while being in the House of Commons.
The Coca-Cola stock took a $4 billion dive after soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo pushed Coke bottles away from him during a press conference.
MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos is donating $2.7 billion to a number of charities including groups fighting racial injustice.
A herd of 15 wild Asian elephants have made a 500-kilometre journey from a Chinese nature reserve, defying attempts to redirect them.
A California university student's graduation photos taken in farm fields where she worked with her family have gone viral.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul is calling out efforts by members of the party’s governing body to force her removal following internal policy disputes as “racist” and “sexist.”
Help for the struggling James Bay community of Kashechewan has been slow in coming, as COVID-19 infections surge through overcrowded homes and isolation facilities remain non-existent, Chief Leo Friday said on Wednesday.
The Senate has passed Bill C-15, which seeks to align Canadian law with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), which the global body adopted in 2007. The long-anticipated legislation passed the upper chamber by a vote of 61 to 10, with nine abstentions.
In a scathing farewell speech, Nunavut NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq blasted the federal government for inaction on Indigenous issues and accused parliamentary security of racial profiling. Her comments have sparked reaction from her colleagues, who are speaking to the work still needed to be done to make Parliament a welcoming place.
The chief of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation on Wednesday expressed her “deepest gratitude” for the outpouring of support the nation has received from across the country and around the world.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller discusses a COVID-19 outbreak at an Ontario First Nation that is primarily infecting children.