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Public health officials in Waterloo Region reported another 71 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, pushing the total number of cases over 3,800.
Waterloo Region's top doctor warned Wednesday that the Region of Waterloo is facing the "real possibility" of a lockdown as COVID-19 continues to spread. Here's what that would look like.
A new report from the integrity commissioner found that Wilmot's mayor violated the codes of conduct of the township and the region.
Region of Waterloo's top doctor said a lockdown is a "real possibility" as the spread of COVID-19 continues in the community.
Waterloo regional council has decided to close five regionally run child-care centres, despite passionate pleas from local parents who disagree with the move.
Just days after the discovery of a large party in one of its rental properties, Airbnb says it has a plan to curb New Year's Eve parties this year while Canada works to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has announced the first COVID-19 vaccines will be available in the province in early 2021 but supply will be "very limited."
As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.
The Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors says November was yet another record-breaking month, and the ongoing pandemic is only “fueling the already hot market.”
A proposed supporting housing project in Guelph is causing concerns for some residents.
Many communities in southern Ontario still have a good base of snow on the ground, following the multi-day snowfall event earlier in the week dropping over 40 cm in some places.
If you want to make someone smile, you can't go wrong with a cupcake.
Two Waterloo residents are filling hundreds of backpacks with essentials donated by community members.
The skating rink in Waterloo Public Square will open on Friday at 3 p.m.
A Kitchener man has been charged in relation to an alleged sexual assault that took place in Ingersoll earlier this week.
A garbage truck driver has been charged in connection to a fatal crash that killed a woman and her dog earlier this year.
The first commercial building to go up in downtown Kitchener in 25 years got a sign on Wednesday.
Police in Guelph are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery at a bank in the city.
The OPP put out the call and you answered. Hundreds of birthday cards have been collected by Ontario Provincial Police for 11-year-old Sarah Hamby of Beeton, Ont.
Health officials have declared a COVID-19 outbreak in a student cohort at Clemens Mill Public School after two students tested positive for the disease.
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.
Region of Waterloo Public Health reported 88 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, as well as another death in Waterloo Region.
A Guelph company is adapting its technology to help transport and store a COVID-19 vaccine once it's available.
Grand River Hospital has temporarily paused some non-urgent elective surgeries as COVID-19 cases continue to impact the hospital.
Employees at Toyota's manufacturing plants in Cambridge and Woodstock can now get tested for COVID-19 at work.
CTVNews.ca posed reader questions to infectious disease experts to get answers on the many uncertainties surrounding a potential COVID-19 vaccine and its rollout across Canada.
A controversial drive-in show in Linwood is moving to a new location.