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The Region of Waterloo is reporting five new deaths related to COVID-19 in Monday's dashboard update.
The number of lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ontario has passed 1,000,000 as deaths related to the disease total more than 11,000.
It's been nearly a week since Ontario schools reopened to in-person learning and information on school closures and absenteeism rates is now posted online.
One person has died after a single-unit apartment fire on Weber Street in Kitchener.
A major rural road in Wilmot Township has been partially closed off for a house fire.
Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) says some bus routes may need to be cancelled for a short period of time due to staffing shortages.
More than 300 Ontario schools reported absence rates higher than 30 per cent by the end of last week, after students returned for in-person learning.
Students from the Wellington Catholic District School Board received masks that were too big ahead of the return to in-person learning, according to the board.
One person is dead after a residential fire in Simcoe late Saturday evening.
Emergency crews are responding to a 10-vehicle collision on Highway 400 in Innisfil.
A Guelph man who allegedly broke into a business within two days of being released on bail for a previous break-in to the same business has been rearrested.
The Waterloo Region District School Board says Eastwood Collegiate Institute in Kitchener is reopening Monday, after a water main break closed the school on Friday.
The Ontario Hockey League has announced the postponement of two regular season games, including the Kitchener Rangers Sunday afternoon tilt with the Windsor Spitfires.
Parents and guardians will be able to watch their kids play sports in Ontario when action returns on January 31, with a 50 per cent capacity limit on spectators.
Ontario health officials are reporting a drop in the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations on Saturday as ICU admissions linked to the virus climb.
The province's Special Investigations Unit says a snowmobiler suffered serious injuries after allegedly fleeing from police outside of Fergus.
Police are investigating after pornographic images, some of young children, were found on a playground at a Kitchener elementary school.
A teacher with the Waterloo Region District School Board, who was removed from a virtual board meeting this week after making what the chair called "transphobic" comments, said the experience left her feeling "bullied, slandered and abused."
After battling a Minister’s Zoning Order in their own communities, several grassroots organizations are taking on another proposed MZO fight in Wilmot Township.
A row of homeowners on Ahrens Street in Kitchener are disappointed after receiving Sidewalk Snow Removal notices from the city following Monday's snowstorm.
Community spread remains high and even as case numbers stabilize, it will take several weeks for the impact to be felt at local hospitals, Dr. Wang said.
Health officials in the Region of Waterloo reported six more deaths related to COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total to date to 334.
No injuries were reported after a large structure fire on Puslinch Lake Friday morning.
The Gorge Cinema in Elora will remain open after the building was purchased by a new owner.
Hospital officials in Waterloo Wellington say they've seen a "dramatic increase" in the number of COVID-19 patients over the past few days.
Residents have been displaced and businesses damaged after a tractor trailer careened off Main Street and plowed into storefronts in Listowel, Ont.
Monday's winter storm has affected recycling collection in Brantford. As of Friday, the city is still behind on picking up blue bins.
A Waterloo woman has won $250,000 thanks to a lucky lottery ticket.