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Public health officials are warning that we are still in the early stages of the pandemic, as the region reports three more people have died of complications related to COVID-19.
Members of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association have ratified an agreement for a new contract following months of contentious negotiations and four one-day strikes.
A 77-year-old Brant County man is facing charges after police say a grocery store employee was assaulted, after advising a customer about the store’s physical distancing rules.
While many are adjusting to working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, transport truck drivers are adjusting to a different way of working while still on the road.
Toyota will be extending its North American plant shutdown into the beginning of May.
Following several days of above seasonal temperatures, shots of cooler air are expected to move in to Waterloo Region.
The housing market may have pumped the breaks amid the global pandemic, but farmland is as valuable as ever.
Littering is already a big problem for the environment, but during a pandemic it can become a health and safety issue as well.
A crash between a sedan and motorcycle has resulted in charges for a Kitchener driver and serious injuries for another.
Over 50 inns, hotels, B&Bs and trailer companies have responded to a call for temporary accommodations for healthcare workers in Huron-Perth.
Family tensions were running high this weekend, when Norfolk County OPP responded to a call for a domestic dispute involving cannabis.
A Guelph woman was reportedly assaulted by a man in the city's downtown core on Tuesday.
The Waterloo-based company says it has uncovered how China-backed hackers have been able to extract data without being noticed.
A Kitchener man who was once the mayor of Waterloo is being remembered after becoming the region's latest victim of COVID-19.
Stratford Police are trying to identify a man who they say purposely coughed on an LCBO employee.
Region of Waterloo Public Health officials are set to provide their thrice-weekly update on COVID-19.
Air Canada plans to rehire 16,500 laid-off workers via Ottawa's emergency wage subsidy, though the vast majority will remain at home amid the collapse of global travel triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Provincial police are appealing for witnesses to a hot dog heist in Norfolk County.
The province says more than 1,900 people in custody have been released in the last two weeks, out of concerns for public safety but one inmate says they're being left to fend for themselves.
Health officials now say that wearing a non-medical mask could help stop the spread of COVID-19, but only when used correctly.
The community is working to support frontline medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, in a campaign that's already received thousands of orders.
Perth OPP are investigating a bold theft of a transport truck, trailer and mini excavator from a business near Listowel.
Police in Waterloo, Ont. say the man allegedly assaulted the worker after his order was refused at the drive-thru.
The number of deaths at long-term care home in Hagersville, Ont. has risen by three, with a total of eight COVID-19 fatalities.
A local manufacturer who answered the call for medical equipment is taking its contribution a step further.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario announced Tuesday that Cannabis store will now be able to offer delivery and curbside pick-up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Region of Waterloo Public Health officials have reported another 22 cases since Monday morning, as well as another death due to COVID-19.
The total confirmed cases in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph now stands at 106, six more than were reported on Monday.