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A statistics professor at the University of Waterloo discusses how he continues to beat the Roll Up To Win contest at Tim Hortons.
A Hamilton, Ont., family is hoping to raise awareness about Strep A after the tragic death of their two-year-old.
A one-time grocery rebate for low income Canadians is coming at time where many residents in the region are struggling to keep up with their food bills.
Cambridge city councillors have unanimously approved a plan to drop speed limits in residential areas and school zones across the city. Here's what that will mean for drivers.
A collision in Centre Wellington downed hydro lines and closed a portion of a road on Tuesday.
In the 2023 federal budget, the government is unveiling continued deficit spending targeted at Canadians' pocketbooks, public health care and the clean economy.
Guelph is moving ahead with building a rec centre in the city’s south end despite the increased cost of construction.
Waterloo regional police say they arrested a 24-year-old man Tuesday after responding to a report of a man in possession of a possible firearm in Kitchener.
Guelph police say a 15-year-old was found after going missing Tuesday afternoon.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) say an SUV collided with a building in the Village of Erin on Tuesday morning.
A truck driver from Woodstock, Ont. has been charged and had his vehicle taken out of service after two wheels came off its trailer on Highway 403 near Wayne Gretzky Parkway in Brantford.
Those looking to offer accommodations for a short-term rental – such as through websites like Airbnb – will soon need a business license to operate in the City of Guelph.
Provincial police released the identity of the pedestrian killed in the Municipality of Meaford on Saturday in an alleged hit-and-run.
Waterloo regional police have arrested a pair they say stole a vehicle, crashed into another, tried to steal the one they crashed into, ran away, and were tracked down by a police dog.
Five planets formed a line across the evening sky on Tuesday. Here are some tips for viewing the alignment and where best to see them in Ontario:
Thousands of Canada Revenue Agency workers are threatening strike action and it could cause a delay for Canadians trying to file their 2022 taxes.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) is continuing to investigate a robbery at a convenience store on Christopher Drive in Cambridge.
Preventing heart failure and managing diabetes are the potential benefits of a new discovery by University of Guelph researchers.
The building of a new four-lane Highway 7 is still on the agenda, according to the recently released 2023 provincial budget.
A Cambridge Grade 11 student is headed to France and Belgium next week as part of a fully-funded educational tour of major First World War sites.
The executive director of the Sanguen Health Centre says there will be challenges ahead for them to provide the same level and breadth of care.
A Good Samaritan is being credited with saving a paddle boarder near Port Dover.
The Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance has announced plans for a new 128-bed long-term care home beside Stratford General Hospital.
Waterloo regional police are investigating after they say threats were found written inside a washroom at a Cambridge high school.
The SIU has ended its investigation into the 2022 death of a Kenilworth man. They say he was found dead after OPP responded to a report of domestic disturbance.
Residents who live in low-lying areas are being warned about the possibility of localized flooding.
The truck driver who ran over and killed an Ontario animal rights activist pleaded guilty to careless driving causing death on Monday, a case the Crown lawyer said stood the 'very reasonable' possibility of acquittal had it gone to trial.
Trevor Hendershott, 37, of Woodstock has been in custody since his arrest on March 9, but on Monday after a bail hearing, he was granted bail with a number of strict conditions.