CTV News at Six
Sentencing in a hit and run trial, a Cambridge encampment being cleared, and some big changes for CTV Kitchener round out the most-read stories of the week.
Nearly a million minimum wage earners in Ontario got a pay bump today.
A driver is facing speeding charges after allegedly telling Ontario Province Police, “I am running late for my tee time.”
A sea of orange filled the streets of Kitchener Saturday morning as the sound of drummers and singers emanated throughout the city’s downtown core.
There are eight potential scenarios based on the results of the three games.
Huron County OPP is investigating after a seasonal cottage was allegedly wrecked by vandals causing more than $100,000 in damage.
Collectors of all kinds got a special treat Sunday wit the return of the Collectibles Expo to Bingemans.
Ontario residents can now access treatment and medication for six more common ailments at pharmacies across the province.
The OHL season is officially underway for three local teams.
The True North Reconciliation Walk gave locals a chance to reflect and remember in a tranquil environment.
A community collaboration at Wilfrid Laurier University is shining a brighter light on Indigenous culture.
Indigenous music, learning, dancing, and a new exhibit launch were just some of what was available at THEMUSEUM on Saturday.
The family and friends of Joshua Tarnue are left with questions following new police developments in the murder case.
Waterloo regional police have arrested a youth and recovered both a stolen vehicle and a loaded firearm.
An event in Kitchener helped spark some new ideas when it comes to electric vehicles.
A special Grand River Transit bus has hit the road.
A number of events are being organized around Waterloo Region to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Saturday Sept. 30.
A 38-year-old Kitchener man is facing charges in connection to what police call hate-motivated vandalism found at Willow River Centre in Kitchener.
An open house was held for Cambridge OPP's new facility on Saturday five years after their last headquarters was destroyed in a fire.
The Toronto Blue Jays could clinch a playoff spot for the second straight season.
A major development in a local infrastructure project has been unveiled by the province.
A list of what is opened and closed Sept. 30 on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
After four years in Kitchener, and 22 years with CTV, Tony Grace is taking his talent to CTV National News.
The Paris Performers Theatre has been forced to cancel the upcoming season but they’re optimistic this isn’t the end.
In a city known for its tight-knit spirit, a recent spike in suspected drug-related deaths has sent shockwaves through the Guelph community.
Waterloo regional police say a death they were investigating in Kitchener is no longer considered suspicious.
The day started with a sunrise ceremony and a polishing ceremony. A feast, a circle dance and a walk around Ring Road are also planned.
Waterloo regional police have named a suspect in the murder of 18-year-old Joshua Tarnue and arrested another person in connection to the shooting.