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The Ministry of Long-Term Care announced Tuesday that it had issued a mandatory management order for a Kitchener hospital to take over management of Forest Heights Revera.
The number of migrant workers who have tested positive for COVID-19 at a Norfolk County farm has risen to 164.
Ontario has extended the state of emergency an additional four weeks as the province recorded another concerning spike in new COVID-19 infections.
Shortly after picking up his new car, a young driver was clocked travelling over 220 km/hr before rolling the vehicle and fleeing on foot, Ontario police say.
A peaceful solidarity march scheduled for Wednesday in downtown Kitchener has public health officials concerned about the possible spread of COVID-19, but organizers say that public health has been top-of-mind since the beginning.
Region of Waterloo Public Health officials reported 17 new cases of COVID-19 in the region on Tuesday as testing numbers remained strong, with over 600 new tests reported.
Canada Post says customers can still visit their other locations at 34 Wellington Street and 511 Huron Street.
A Waterloo woman was told to cut her grass by city bylaw officials, even though she says she was letting it grow, for a good reason.
High temperatures and humidity could help fuel severe thunderstorms Tuesday and Wednesday.
“Don’t Stand So Close to Me” focuses on the things young people have felt and experienced over the last few months while also offering real-life lessons about hope and resilience.
Kitchener is closing sections of the popular trail this month while construction crews work on improvements.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service says the driver of a car was seriously injured in a crash involving a Grand River Transit bus in Kitchener.
A couple of entrepreneurs are planning to bring back some movie magic to an abandoned drive-in theatre in Woodstock in the midst of a pandemic.
The valedictorian of the University of Toronto's medical school says she hopes to inspire black children to pursue careers in medicine.
From pop-up weddings to virtual ceremonies, some couples aren't letting COVID-19 restrictions get in the way of their big day.
Waterloo City Council unanimously approved a substantial grant to support affordable housing options for seniors.
Firefighters are still at the scene of fire that destroyed a shed and caused significant damage to a Cambridge home.
A Kitchener woman says she felt compelled to speak out after she received a racially-motivated death threat online.
The province is calling on Ottawa for funds to help expand broadband access in rural and northern communities in Ontario, where access to the internet can be limited.
A peaceful demonstration against racism and police brutality is planned for later this week in Kitchener.
The University of Guelph says it is taking action after a student allegedly posted racist videos to TikTok.
Public health officials in Waterloo Region have declared the COVID-19 outbreak at Trinity Village long-term care home over.
A new provincial COVID-19 measure, designed to give Ontario ratepayers "stability" on their hydro bills this summer, could result in slightly higher hydro costs over the next four months.
There’s an effort in Waterloo Region to create a reliable and more cost-effective PPE supply for organizations, businesses and other community groups.
A Kitchener man is facing a number of drug trafficking charges following a traffic stop on Sunday.
Grand River Transit resumed fare collection for all buses, light rail transit and MobilityPlus services on Monday.
A Waterloo Region face shield manufacturer has announced it will be selling its products to the general public.
Toyota Canada reached a major milestone last week, as its nine-millionth vehicle rolled off the production line at its Cambridge facility.