CBC | Kitchener-Waterloo News
In an effort to combat the rise of unsanctioned student parties that take place in university communities across the province, homecoming football games will take place on one of two weekends this fall.
Green Party of Ontario Leader Mike Schreiner will table his first private member's bill Wednesday to protect the Paris Galt Moraine, a source of drinking water for his riding of Guelph.
The Kitchener Centre NDP have nominated their candidate for this fall's federal election and it's ecologist Andrew Moraga.
Police say a suspected stolen GMC Trailblazer was driven at officers in Cambridge Tuesday afternoon. It then hit two cruisers as the driver fled the area, police say.
Hugh Burnett was a civil rights leader from Dresden, Ont. who fought for the Fair Accommodations Practices Act.
Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios says the province will set up an action centre to help people who were laid off by RV manufacturer Erwin Hymer Group.
Waterloo region is under a special weather statement from Environment Canada as freezing rain is expected to start Wednesday afternoon.
MPPs returned to Queen's Park on Tuesday, and three local MPPs told us about their top concerns as they return to the legislature.
Two students within the Waterloo Region District School Board have been told to stay home indefinitely while police investigate racist social media posts, the board says.
A Toronto man convicted of sexually assaulting a friend after a wedding in Kitchener, Ont., will get a new trial after the Court of Appeal for Ontario found the judge erred in his instructions to the jury.
A new study found that on average, single people looking to purchase homes in Kitchener, Waterloo or Guelph do not make the income necessary to qualify for a mortgage on the average home.
A Kitchener man was charged after he failed to stop for a red light at the intersection of Homer Watson Boulevard and Conestoga College Boulevard Sunday morning, causing a collision.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo have found that simple modifications to the classic pushup can be used to make the common exercise far more effective in targeting different muscle groups.
Doug Craig says he will be stepping away from the Conservative Party nomination race and instead support Tyler Calver, who is also seeking the federal Conservative Party nomination for Cambridge.
Alectra Uitilities says customers are receiving calls about overdue accounts, in "sophisticated" phone scam.
Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservative government will push ahead with their legislative agenda and prepare for their first budget, as Queen's Park resumes sitting on Tuesday.
After snowstorms and bus cancellations, you may want to get out of your house on this holiday Monday. Here's a few of the events taking place in Waterloo region and Guelph.