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Two Cambridge residents have been charged in connection to the death of a one-year-old in May.
Region of Waterloo Public Health has declared a workplace COVID-19 outbreak at Junior's Sportsbar & Grill in Cambridge, with about 200 patrons potentially exposed to the virus.
Health officials in Waterloo Region recorded one COVID-19-related death and nine new cases on Wednesday.
Final arguments for a teen charged with second degree murder in the death of Bradley Pogue continued Wednesday.
Provincial police say more than 35 vehicles had their tires slashed in Mount Forest overnight.
A coroner's inquest into the death of an Ontario teen at a provincially-run school for the blind more than three years ago is scheduled to begin next month.
A Kitchener mother said one of her children is involved in an incident that police are investigating at Alpine Public School in Kitchener.
Waterloo regional police have charged a provincial police officer with assault.
Another 321 cases of COVID-19 are being reported across Ontario on Wednesday, as well as 10 additional deaths linked to the disease.
Health officials in Waterloo Region have declared a COVID-19 outbreak in a cohort at Galt Collegiate Institute in Cambridge.
Kids in Ontario will be allowed to go trick-or-treating this year, but may have to refrain from saying that same phrase in exchange for candy on Halloween night.
Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) trustees have voted to allow teachers to upgrade the protective masks they wear, even though some administrators say the move wasn't necessary.
The Vatican says Pope Francis is willing to visit Canada where Indigenous leaders have been calling on him to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools.
Daylight saving time for 2021 is about to end and Ontarians will have to turn their clocks back—but one politician is hopeful it could be for one of the last times.
Guelph police are investigating after they say staff at a business in the west-end found a burglar in the store when they arrived at work on Tuesday.
Guelph police have arrested a man they say went to a store he is banned from, swung a hockey stick at an employee, was arrested when he came back to the store, and was arrested again when he returned to the same store the next day.
Provincial police are investigating after $100,000 worth of Hershey and Ferrero Rocher chocolate was stolen over the weekend.
After moving to a City of Kitchener winter maintenance facility for the summer, A Better Tent City is on its way to a new location.
Brantford Ward 1 Councillor Rick Weaver has resigned from his position on city council.
Health officials in Waterloo Region logged eight new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday as the region passed another major milestone in the vaccine rollout.
Final arguments are underway for a teen charged with second-degree murder in the death of Bradley Pogue.
Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA) is adding physician assessment to its COVID-19 assessment centre in Stratford.
A new survey conducted by Ontario University Athletics (OUA) shows racism is present in every one of its programs.
Only 44 per cent of Canadians plan to give out Halloween candy this year, a new survey shows.
Downtown Kitchener will play host to a series of Halloween events this weekend.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he is confident the province can reach 90 per cent coverage with COVID-19 vaccines even without approval for children under 12.
Local childcare centres are facing a shortage of early childhood educators, leaving some families needing child care on long waitlists.