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Several areas in southwestern Ontario are moving into different tiers under the province's reopening framework for COVID-19 restrictions.
Blowing snow is expected to make its way through Waterloo Region and Wellington County on Monday, while a snow squall warning has been issued for Huron and Perth Counties.
Region of Waterloo Public Health added another 42 COVID-19 cases to the region's total on Monday, bringing that number to 10,744.
Waterloo MPP Catherine Fife questioned the Ford government on Monday after a CTV Kitchener story revealed that local manufacturing company The Canadian Shield had laid off dozens of employees.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service will now offer a therapy dog program to help people who are victims of crime.
Adults over the age of 80 have started receiving their first doses of COVID-19 vaccines in Waterloo Region.
Health officials in Six Nations of the Grand River are urging people to stay home as active cases of COVID-19 spike locally.
Police say they have charged a man after reports of alleged dog abuse in Waterloo.
Waterloo regional police say a 19-year-old lost their vehicle and licence for a week after travelling nearly twice the speed limit on Trussler Road.
The Stratford Festival is back this year with live performances in an outdoor setting.
Guelph council has decided to only close streets in the city's dining district for special events.
An elderly man is facing several charges after he allegedly pointed a toy gun at a bartender in downtown Guelph.
As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.
With awards season upon us, Wilfrid Laurier University is taking a nod from pop culture picks to help get students excited about the upcoming semester.
An off-duty officer and another provincial police members are being credited for saving a man who was suffering from a possible drug overdose.
A recreational therapist at Grand River Hospital's Freeport Campus has found a way to help patients smile and find joy during the pandemic.
Police in Waterloo charged two drivers who were allegedly seen racing on Saturday night.
The 1,023 infections mark a decrease from Sunday’s report when 1,062 cases were added. The province logged 1,185 cases on Saturday and 1,258 cases on Friday.
There have been two serious crashes at a North Dumfries intersection in less than a month, with the first one taking the lives of two children.
Health officials in Wellington County are issuing a health alert after four overdose deaths were reported in the past eight days.
Waterloo regional police are searching for a man they say broke into an optical business in Kitchener two weeks ago.
Preregistration for COVID-19 vaccines in Waterloo Region, continuing red zone restrictions, and some Elvis sightings round out the top stories of the week.
There have been 50 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Waterloo Region, while the number of those being treated in the hospital has remained the same.
As a recent surge in temperatures is reminding Guelph residents of sunnier days eating and drinking outside, city council is debating options for the future of their patio season.
Waterloo regional police said they seized over $83,000 worth of suspected drugs as part of a drug trafficking investigation in Cambridge.
The federal government hopes to start receiving doses of AstraZeneca's recently approved COVID-19 vaccine this week as the flood of shots that flowed into Canada from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna last week partially subsides.
A heavy police presence in Woodstock has cleared after the public was told to avoid the area for several hours.
Guelph police say a man has been arrested and charged following an indecent act just outside of the city’s downtown core.