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Region of Waterloo Public Health reported 88 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, as well as another death in Waterloo Region.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service received 110 calls to car crashes on Tuesday as the region saw its first winter storm of December.
A slow-moving system dropped a significant amount of snow in many communities in southern Ontario from Monday through Wednesday morning.
Grand River Hospital has temporarily paused some non-urgent elective surgeries as COVID-19 cases continue to impact the hospital.
Ontario health officials are reporting more than 1,700 new cases of COVID-19 for the sixth straight day as the number of deaths related to the disease spike in the province.
Provincial police are helping Six Nations police investigate a shooting death on Monday evening.
Waterloo regional police are searching for a suspect in a dumpster fire in Cambridge they believe was intentionally set.
Public health officials have reported another 77 new cases of COVID-19 in Waterloo Region, alongside three new workplace and business outbreaks.
As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.
One woman has died after a serious, multi-vehicle crash closed several lanes of traffic on Highway 7/8 on Tuesday morning.
In Brantford, some new rules could be on the way for private residential surveillance cameras.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been reported at one of Cambridge's fire stations after two firefighters tested positive.
Tuesday's wintry blast cancelled school buses and in-class learning for all students in Waterloo Region, marking the first virtual school snow day.
Guelph city council approved a 2.25 per cent tax increase in its 2021 budget on Tuesday night.
Areas to the north of Waterloo Region had higher accumulations, especially in communities where snowfall warnings and winter storm warnings remain in place.
The sister of a woman who was found dead in her Brantford home nearly nine months ago is speaking out about her death.
Waterloo regional police have charged a man who allegedly stole a moving vehicle from a Cambridge business last month.
Shares in BlackBerry Ltd. gained nearly 40 per cent in the wake of a deal with Amazon Web Services to develop and market BlackBerry's intelligent vehicle data platform, IVY.
A winter storm blanketed most of southern Ontario to start the month of December.
Region of Waterloo's medical officer of health has issued an order enabling enforcement of public health orders in Old Order Mennonite communities.
Demolition is nearly done at the site of the former Schneiders plant in Kitchener after it was delayed for more than a year.
A pair of University of Waterloo graduates have started a business aimed at reducing waste.
Fire crews in Woolwich Township spent their Tuesday morning battling flames from a barn fire.
Ontario is reporting another 1,700 new cases of COVID-19 as testing for the disease falls well below the province’s own daily goal of 50,000.
Severe weather has prompted a number of cancellations and delays in our coverage area.
The City of Kitchener is hoping to balance keeping the tax rate low while maintaining city services in its upcoming budget.
Region of Waterloo Public Health reported 73 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday after a weekend that saw a record-high 89 new cases reported in a single day.
A Brampton driver is facing a number of charges after allegedly fleeing from the scene of a crash in Guelph that left two people seriously hurt.