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A poll commissioned by software developer Craig Radcliffe using crowdfunding says Karen Redman is in the lead for regional chair.
Six people have been arrested after Waterloo regional police say they seized methamphetamine, fentanyl and heroin from a Cambridge motel.
Guelph Hydro and Alectra Utilities will be permitted to merge after receiving approval from the Ontario Energy Board. The deal is expected to close on Jan. 1, 2019.
A researcher with the Ontario Veterinary College is in the process of looking at ways to provide veterinary staff with better resources to make the process of putting down a pet easier for owners.
Students from the Guelph area who went on a field trip in New York City were part of a video posted to Twitter by actor Gerard Butler.
A 1988 experiment with debit cards by one big bank in one small city could be a sign of things to come.
An attempt to encourage civic engagement has landed TheMuseum in hot water. The offer for free admission for voters "constitutes bribery," says city clerk, and contravenes the Municipal Election Act.
Gerard Seguin, the former director of HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre, has been sentenced to three years in prison for possessing child pornography, making child pornography and committing an offence to a minor.
Waterloo Regional Police Service Chief Bryan Larkin says a pilot program that saw increased police presence in Galt won't continue.
Servers and bartenders now have one more responsibility on their plate — detecting cannabis impairment before letting the booze flow. But there's a new concern about increased liability for waiters now that recreational marijuana is legal in Canada.
A crowd of 14,000, and 462 charges laid — Waterloo Regional Police Service says this year's Laurier homecoming event was the biggest one they've seen.
Voter turnout in municipal elections in Waterloo region is traditionally low. Very low, in fact. Municipal elections always get the lowest turnout, and experts say there are a number of reasons for it.
Tech start ups in Waterloo region say the legalization of cannabis has the potential to grow their businesses.
Biologist Seabrooke Leckie has devoted much of her career to moths, documenting the thousands of species living here in Ontario. But with the growing popularity of moth memes, her passion has turned into a punchline — and she's got mixed feelings.
Officers with the Waterloo Regional Police Service will be able to use cannabis off-duty, and there is no time limit assigned to when they must stop using it before they are on duty.