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A Guelph animal hospital is warning dog owners to keep a close eye on their pets after two dogs who walked on the same trail got sick.
Provincial police are investigating after someone broken into a home in Waterford, Ont. and, instead of stealing, left something behind.
Health officials in St. Catharines confirm that they have a patient in hospital there that is being tested for coronavirus.
Part of Highway 7 was shut down in Perth County on Tuesday morning after a salt truck crashed and spilled its contents.
Shaelyn Heise knows what it’s like to live with depression—she's been living with it since she was a child. Up until a few years ago, she says talking about it made her feel uncomfortable.
A Keswick man has been charged after police say he allegedly defrauded the same store in Guelph on four different occasions.
English Catholic public school boards will see their schools' doors closed as another union has announced strike measures.
Wellesley Township fire crews were kept busy Monday night, battling a fire inside a metal fabrication shop.
The public was able to get their first look at the possibilities for a new transit hub in Waterloo region on Monday night.
A woman in Port Dover called police after she noticed a drone outside of her window while she was changing.
A 77-year-old man is scheduled to appear in court on Monday to face a second-degree murder charge.
Jim Karahalios, husband of Cambridge MPP Belinda, announced Tuesday that he is joining the race to lead Canada's Conservatives.
Kitchener city council voted unanimously on Monday night to ask the provincial government to release the details of a regional government review conducted last year.
Some revealing numbers about the need for more affordable housing, on a variety of levels, were presented to Kitchener City Council on Monday night.
A Mono Township man has been charged after a serious crash that sent three people to hospital.
As employees struggle to get to work and customers struggle to get around, some businesses in Waterloo Region are feeling the effects of the Grand River Transit employee strike.
The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario has announced that it will be ramping up its labour action in order to pressure the Ontario government to come to a deal.
There is still no resolution for Waterloo Region, as the area enters its second week of the GRT strike, with no new talks scheduled as of Sunday.
With public elementary school teachers set to walk out three days over the course of two weeks, many families will be scrambling for childcare.
A Kitchener family is appealing to the community for help to find a missing dog, that they believe was taken.
Provincial police say five people are facing charges after a human trafficking and criminal harassment investigation in Haldimand County.
Public health officials in Ontario say the wife of a man who is the province's first case of the new coronavirus has tested positive for the virus.
All elementary schools in the Waterloo Region District School Board will be closed this morning, as job action continues.
With Super Bowl LIV less than a week away, families around the continent are planning their game-day menus.
Regional police are investigating the first homicide of 2020.
Kobe Bryant, the 18-time All-Star who won five NBA championships and became one of the greatest basketball players of his generation during a 20-year career all with the Lakers, died in a helicopter crash Sunday. He was 41.
The ongoing Grand River Transit strike, a three-vehicle crash that left an Ingersoll man dead, and the number of ‘sugar babies’ at local universities round out the top stories of the week.
Three people have been injured following a two-vehicle crash within the town of Erin.