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The rural Oxford County intersection where an OPP officer and a school bus driver were killed Monday was less than a month away from becoming a four-way stop when the deadly crash happened.
The death of an OPP officer Monday morning adds to a growing list of Ontario police officers who have died while on-duty in the past few months.
It was a night of indecision at Waterloo region's catholic school board as trustees went back and forth trying to find the best approach to fill a vacant seat.
Roads in the cities of Guelph, Waterloo and Stratford have ranked as the worst roads in Western Ontario.
A mother and son duo from Waterloo have claimed a small fortune after hitting an Encore win on a Lotto 6/49 draw.
Work continues to make everyday life more accessible for those with disabilities across Waterloo region, and the need for that is especially highlighted on National AccessAbility Week in Canada.
Advocates plan to address the homelessness crisis in Kitchener at a city council meeting Monday night.
Brantford police have closed St. George Street for an active investigation.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a crash on Pinebush Road in Cambridge.
Police are investigating an overnight shooting in Brantford that saw a home hit by gunfire.
Waterloo Fire says no one was home at the time of a Monday afternoon house fire.
Guelph police say they’re looking for the driver of a white Chevrolet pickup that was involved in three hit and runs on Friday evening.
A 'truly innocent' engaged couple was shot dead while attempting to flee their attacker outside their home after a landlord-tenant dispute escalated on Saturday night, according to police.
Guelph police have arrested a man after an employee was allegedly poked in the eye during a robbery.
The Stratford Festival is no stranger to star power, but those experiencing Monty Python's Spamalot got a lot more than they paid for.
Rania Mukhtar is still processing her recent trip to Sudan, which was interrupted by the outbreak of military conflict between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.
Waterloo regional police have arrested a man after a resident was allegedly woken up by someone breaking into their Waterloo home.
Ager Hasan being found guilty of second-degree murder, a Cambridge woman climbing Mount Everest, and free tuition for some First Nations students round out the most-read stories of the week.
The BIG Downtown Food Truck Picnic rolled into Guelph's Exhibition Park and was attended by a few Grey Cup champions.
A man has been arrested following reports of an axe being swung at someone in downtown Galt.
The discussions, which some companies call 'stay interviews,' are designed to collect feedback from employees and are aimed at learning what the company can do to retain valued team members and keep them happy.
Firefighters were kept busy with an encampment fire in downtown Galt early Sunday morning.
One person has died following a three vehicle crash on Highway 6 in Wellington County.
There's an event in the Royal City that's bringing people together through movement, meditation, breath, and wellness.
It was beetles galore in St. Jacobs, but the village didn't have a pest problem.
A 15-year-old from Stratford is giving back in a big way by hosting an annual bowling event in support of the Ronald McDonald House.
An inspection blitz in Wellington County has led to several commercial motor vehicles being taken off the road.