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Ontario has reported fewer than 300 new COVID-19 cases for the third day in a row as the province reaches a new vaccination milestone.
Firefighters responded to a massive blaze at an under-construction residential development near Huron and Fischer-Hallman Roads Tuesday night.
An upgraded system for booking COVID-19 vaccines in Waterloo Region launches on Wednesday.
People living in Waterloo Region or Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph who received an mRNA vaccine on or before May 30 are now eligible to book an accelerated second dose appointment.
A man has died after a crash on Highway 6 near Puslinch on Wednesday morning.
Premier Doug Ford is set to make a transit-related announcement in Toronto on Wednesday.
A Guelph musician was fined $1,500 by officials after performing for neighbours in his driveway this past weekend.
After going unclaimed for weeks, the $70 million Lotto Max jackpot has finally been won.
On CTVNews.ca, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid shares her advice for Canadians who sold their vehicles during the pandemic and are in the market for a new ride.
Two Kitchener men are charged with robbery and assault causing bodily harm after a disturbance near Westheights Drive and Driftwood Drive on Monday night.
As COVID-19 case counts dwindle, experts warn that COVID-19 will linger even after the majority of adults are fully immunized—but outbreaks could be far less devastating.
Waterloo Region logged 50 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday as active outbreaks of the disease jumped up to 18.
Waterloo Region's top doctor says close contact continues to be the driving force behind the local spread of COVID-19.
Waterloo regional police have arrested a 36-year-old Kitchener man in connection with a commercial garage break-in near Stirling Avenue on Sunday.
Three Waterloo Region COVID-19 vaccine clinics will have walk-in spots available for first doses starting on Wednesday.
A Guelph-Wellington paramedic is hoping to make conversations with children about death and grief easier through a new picture book, "An Emotion Called Grief."
The Waterloo Region District School Board will end its school resource officer program.
Three Kitchener men were arrested and charged in connection to a massive drug bust in Toronto.
COVID-19 case numbers in Ontario remained below the 300 mark for the second consecutive day Tuesday as the province reported a spike in deaths related to the disease while citing a data cleanup.
A man from Peterborough has been arrested in connection to a carjacking in Guelph last fall.
Guests from Six Nations joined the Kitchener Waterloo Land Back Camp at Laurel Creek Conservation Area on Monday to reinforce calls for permanent land and space for Indigenous peoples.
Provincial police say a man was killed while cutting grass in the ditch in a tractor in Mapleton over the weekend.
Health officials in Waterloo Region logged 61 new COVID-19 infections Monday, continuing the trend of an alarming spike in cases and hospitalizations in the community.
Police impounded more than a dozen vehicles and doled out 70 tickets following car rallies in Waterloo Region this weekend.
CTV Kitchener spoke to Associate Medical Officer of Health Dr. Rabia Bana about the latest cases and deaths in the Waterloo Region, along with outbreaks and vaccinations.
Guelph council is nearing a decision on just how many city councillors there should be.
Police are investigating a Sunday morning robbery at a convenience store near Christopher Drive and Champlain Boulevard in Cambridge.
Some members at a Cambridge Crunch Fitness claim money has been coming out of their accounts despite the gym being closed for months. The company said the mistake is the result of a technical error.