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Waterloo regional police are investigating two reports of bomb threats emailed to businesses over the weekend.
Health officials in Waterloo Region reported 41 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend.
Waterloo regional police doled out more than 300 charges during a Thanksgiving weekend crackdown on unsafe driving.
Pfizer has asked Health Canada to approve the first COVID-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11 years old.
A Cambridge mosque that was vandalized this summer is diverting donations it received to repair the damage to a local homeless shelter.
Some 215,000 Ontarians successfully downloaded their COVID-19 vaccine certificate QR code Monday morning and they should consider themselves lucky.
Stratford residents now have a new way to travel to Kitchener and Union Station in Toronto.
Waterloo regional police are seeking the public's assistance is identifying the owner of three World War II medals recovered during a break and enter investigation.
Three people have been charged after a firearm was reportedly shot during an altercation in a Guelph parking lot over the weekend.
Ontario has logged 373 new COVID-19 cases on Monday as the province's new enhanced vaccine certificate becomes available to all residents.
The regulatory body for Ontario's medical profession has barred two outspoken doctors from issuing any medical exemptions related to COVID-19 vaccinations.
A 15-year-old Guelph boy has been charged after he allegedly shared intimate images of his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend online.
Waterloo regional police are investigating an incident in Kitchener they say involved a person being shot by an airsoft gun.
Newly stationed plaques in front of the controversial Queen Victoria statue in Kitchener’s Victoria Park are drawing mixed reaction from area residents.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is reaffirming the province’s commitment of $9.8 million for a new mega hospital in Windsor-Essex.
Guelph police are searching for a person who reportedly went around a neighbourhood smashing Halloween decorations with a piece of wood.
Eight different faith groups gathered Sunday at the Baitul Kareem Mosque in Cambridge for the 40th Annual World Religions Conference.
Ontario provincial police are asking the public to help locate a missing 11-year-old girl last seen in Perth County on Friday.
Kitchener, Ont. native Ben Flanagan reached a career milestone on Sunday after taking the top spot at the Canadian 10K Championships in Toronto.
Three people have been hospitalized, one with serious injuries, after a crash in Brant County.
Members of the Six Nations Veterans Association gathered at Six Nations Veterans Park on Sunday for a ceremony to honour its war heroes.
Ontario has logged fewer than 500 COVID-19 cases for the seventh day in a row.
27-year-old Randy Nguyen from Cambridge has been identified as the shooting victim in a homicide investigation in Toronto.
After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the Frederick Art Walk returns to Kitchener to celebrate 20 years of combining art and community.
Tire shops have already begun installing winter tires for customers gearing up for the upcoming season, but a lack of overseas shipments is causing industry professionals to worry about their inventory in the coming months.
Students enrolled at the University of Guelph are connecting with the community through short-term volunteering opportunities made possible through Project Serve.
Starting Saturday, Region of Waterloo Public Health will no longer be updating daily COVID-19 case counts and other pandemic related statistics on the weekend.