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There have been 50 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Waterloo Region, while the number of those being treated in the hospital has remained the same.
Ontario is marking a grim milestone Sunday as health officials report that the province has logged more than 300,000 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began in January.
A two-vehicle crash in North Dumfries has left one driver with serious injuries.
After two crashes involving waste trucks in Kitchener resulted in two pedestrians dying, one of the victims' family is calling for change.
As Grey Bruce gets ready to enter the green zone for pandemic restrictions, one of the 'hockey hub' mass vaccination sites has been unveiled.
The NBA called off Toronto's game against the visiting Chicago Bulls on Sunday night due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
A man suffered minor injuries and has been handed impaired driving charges following an early morning crash in Guelph, according to police.
A demonstration at Waterloo Public Square was one of many across Canada on Saturday afternoon that was hoping to shine a light on current food production methods.
Another 44 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Waterloo Region, along with three more related deaths, as the area passed the 10,000 threshold for cases considered resolved.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Conestoga College found a way to go ahead with its 11th annual Pow Wow by holding it online.
Last summer, Bee Caskenette and the Cambridge-based community group 'Family 2 Family' set out to help people in need by starting a community garden and library in her front yard.
A University of Guelph student has created a website that helps debunk myths, conspiracies, and general misinformation around COVID-19…like how onions aren't the cure.
Waterloo Region's top doctor says she's growing concerned with the number of local COVID-19 cases starting to rise.
More than 1,100 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Ontario Saturday.
Norfolk County OPP are issuing a warning to the public after a large amount of counterfeit cash was picked up by several people.
A new study says that blood tests may be the key for doctors to get an idea of what to expect when treating COVID-19 patients.
Huron Perth Public Health are asking for the public's help to find a dog they say bit a child in Stratford.
The number of people who would have died from a COVID-19 infection is likely to be much higher than recorded because death certificates don't always list the virus as the cause of a fatality, experts say.
Waterloo Region will remain with the same COVID-19 reopening restrictions for at least one more week.
A tech executive of Kitchener-based Bonfire Interactive has received one the country's highest civilian honours for a project to help newcomers enter the job market and rebuild their lives.
Region of Waterloo Public Health has confirmed 71 new cases of COVID-19, as the Friday afternoon update marks another stark increase in daily case counts.
The 2021 Waterloo Region District School Board's Black history month celebration went virtual Friday night.
The region governed by Huron Perth Public Health is moving into the yellow-protect zone come Monday.
The pandemic has served up big changes for food truck operators.
The City of Kitchener's $3 million snow storage and disposal site is making sure to let the process happen naturally and without a serious environmental impact.
Student-athletes at most Waterloo Region secondary schools will unfortunately not be able to participate in spring time sports this season.
Canada is seeing an upsurge in vaccines distributed across the country, with numbers making up more than double of what was allocated in the last two weeks.
A Waterloo manufacturing company that specializes in personal protective equipment has laid off dozens of employees.