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The search continued Tuesday for a man police say may have information about the death of an 8-year-old boy in Cambridge. Neighbours also shared their concerns about the police response.
Provincial police have launched an investigation after human remains were found in the water in Dunnville, just northwest of Port Maitland.
A contentious topic is back under review in Cambridge. City council is hearing from a number of delegates sharing their thoughts about a paintball company's land and whether it should be re-zoned.
Cambridge is one step closer to building its long-awaited multiplex. Council has given its approval to continue the design development process for the Cambridge Recreation Complex and Idea Exchange library.
Brantford is calling for the federal government, provincial government and the Anglican Church to release all documents related to the former Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School in Six Nations.
Provincial police have released the name of the motorcycle driver who was killed on Friday the 13th near Port Dover.
After a stretch of summer-like weather, cooler temperatures have returned, prompting frost advisories.
An Elmira mother says her baby has an allergy to certain kinds of formula and finding the right brand has been difficult amid the shortage.
The owners of the Niagara IceDogs announced Tuesday that they had decided to sell the team to Darren DeDobbelaer, the general manager of the Brantford Bandits and Brantford 99ers.
Police say hate-motivated graffiti was discovered on a utility box in Kitchener.
Another record-breaking day for fuel prices across Canada and experts say they probably aren't coming down any time soon.
A local Indigenous group has created a large dreamcatcher, as a way to move towards reconciliation.
Elections Ontario will be setting up an advance polling station at the University of Guelph for the upcoming provincial election.
Experts with Western University’s Northern Tornadoes Project are investigating a potential tornado that may have touched down near Ripley, Ont. on Saturday afternoon.
A 22-year-old Wilmot Township man was transported to hospital by Region of Waterloo Paramedic Services on Sunday after he crashed into a car while riding a red Honda motorcycle in Kitchener.
A man has been arrested in connection to a stabbing that took place on May 9 in Cambridge, according to Waterloo regional police.
Waterloo regional police are searching for a man that approached a young female at a school in the area of Chesapeake Drive and Mooring Post Lane in Waterloo.
Ontario’s four main party leaders were relatively civil as they sparred at Monday night’s televised election debate in Toronto.
A 44-year-old Kitchener man was arrested and charged with break and enter and assault following a break-in at a commercial property in Baden.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service has released the name of a man they say could have information on the suspicious death of an eight-year-old boy in Cambridge.
According to Andre Perrella, a Wilfrid Laurier University professor, televised debates have long become more about political pageantry than a substantive exchange of ideas.
Waterloo regional police are investigating graffiti was drawn on the side of a building in the area of Gail Street and Avenue Road in Cambridge.
For the first time, the Pride flag will be flown in North Perth, Ont.
Police are looking for a driver involved in a hit and run collision in Kitchener that sent a cyclist to hospital with serious injuries.
The Kitchener Rangers' playoff run came to end over the weekend and the team is reflecting on their up-and-down OHL season.
Councillors in Kitchener have given the go-ahead for a new $93 million recreation and aquatics centre in the city's Huron South neighbourhood.
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford faced a barrage of attacks from the other three major party leaders in the Ontario election debate Monday.
This isn’t the first truck to become wedged under the bridge. At least five similar incidents have been reported in recent years including in 2020, 2018, 2016, 2015 and 2013.