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A 33-year-old Brampton man is facing possession charges after police say they uncovered drugs inside a holding cell.
A new policy at the University of Waterloo now allows international students who live in residence to stay on campus for 10 days.
The set up was just simple photos with Santa for children at Grand River Hospital in Kitchener, but a Waterloo photographer helped turn those images into playful Christmas memories as part of a global project.
Months after saying it would not cap the number of licences for retail pot shops after cannabis was legalized, the Ontario government has reversed course.
The Ontario government is asking for public feedback on the idea of letting private companies and corner stores sell alcohol.
On the latest episode of the Pollcast, Mike Crawley, the CBC's provincial affairs reporter in Toronto, breaks down the first six months of the Doug Ford era in Ontario.
Police in Waterloo region and Guelph are searching for a gas-and-dash suspect who has been seen driving a white truck stolen from Fergus.
A majority of people in Guelph want to see retail cannabis stores, according to results from two surveys conducted by the city. City council is set to decide whether or not to allow the stores at its meeting on Monday.
Two people who spotted a man going through their car in Guelph on Wednesday evening restrained him until officers arrived, police say.
Cambridge Coun. Frank Monteiro plans to introduce a motion in January that aims for the pedestrian bridge to be renamed to honour of former mayor Doug Craig.
Waterloo veterinarian Marie Hardy says a little bit goes a long way when it comes to pet food donations to The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. She's encouraging people to donate a little extra for furry friends.
The CEO of Cambridge Memorial Hospital says he's "cautiously optimistic" about a new performance bond that was signed between the lender, Bank of Montreal and contractor Bondfield Construction, to get a new patient care wing completed.
The revelation that one of Tori Stafford's killers has been transferred to a medium-security prison has sparked significant outrage. But experts say moving prisoners from maximum to medium security, even murderers serving life sentences, is not uncommon.
A nine-year-old Ontario girl has become the first child in Canada to undergo deep brain stimulation for epilepsy after years of having up to 150 seizures a day.
Stolen vehicles are often used to bash through walls and haul out ATMs, causing far more damage than the cash machine is worth.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the Bridgeport Café serves up a hot meal and social connections for people who need it. There's also a food hamper program, from The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
A group of 40 organizations, including a General Motors car dealership in Guelph, says Canada needs to keep tough vehicle pollution standards and move towards a zero-emission vehicle strategy regardless of what the U.S. may do.
The Guelph Community Health Centre hopes to keep its overdose prevention site running. The organization is in the midst of re-applying under the province's new Consumption and Treatment Services model.
A forklift operator was rescued from the frigid waters of the Port Stanley, Ont. harbour with the help of a good Samaritan on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 after his truck drove off the dock. The Ministry of Labour is now investigating the incident.