The aftermath of the Old Marina Restaurant fire, a storm that tore through Elora, and the continued decreased of real estate prices in Waterloo Region round out the top stories of the week.
Kitchener residents found different ways to cool off during a heat warning on Sunday.
Two male suspects are at large who Brantford police say hit a number of vehicles while fleeing officers.
Waterloo regional police are investigating a shooting they say resulted in one person getting hurt.
The hosting Wilmot Thunder were able to make a splash at the 2022 U15 Boys Fast Pitch Canadian Championships in New Hamburg.
Ontario's legislature is set to resume this week for the first time since the re-election of Premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives, with politicians returning amid a health-care staffing crisis and skyrocketing inflation.
Regional police are investigating a robbery in Uptown Waterloo they say involved a group of males and a weapon being brandished.
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for most of southwestern Ontario, including Waterloo-Wellington, with local temperatures expected to climb into the high twenties or low thirties over the weekend.
An instance of hate-motivated graffiti is being looked into by Waterloo regional police.
A two-year-old child from Regina has been found safe, following an alleged abduction and Amber Alert.
The rapid growth of a long-burning forest fire in central Newfoundland has triggered a state of emergency in the area and the expansion of an outdoor fire ban to the entire province.
Air Canada denied a customer complaint and instructed employees to classify flight cancellations caused by staff shortages as a "safety" problem, which would exclude travellers from compensation under federal regulations. That policy remains in place.
Canada's summer of heat waves continues this weekend, with warnings issued in four provinces. CTVNews.ca looks at some of the heat records broken already this year in Canada.
Five people, including a suspect, were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a violent incident that drew a massive police presence to downtown Vancouver's main entertainment district Saturday night.
A meteorologist in Chicago had a priceless reaction on live air when he realized his television was a touch screen.