CBC | Kitchener-Waterloo News
A back-to-work bill that would end a strike by college faculty in Ontario appears on track to be pushed through the legislature on Sunday.
CBC's The Morning Edition takes listeners to Grand Valley Institution for Women, the federal prison in Kitchener, Ont., and introduces them to the women who live, work and volunteer within its walls.
Manifestos outline a plan and vision for the future. CBC K-W's food columnist Andrew Coppolino has cooked up an idea that the time is right for Waterloo region to document and plan for the future cuisine that represents us.
The Guelph Santa Claus Parade will have a different look this year. An Indigenous group of drummers and dancers will be at the head of the parade, followed by a group of new Canadians. Guelph Pride is also taking part for the first time.
Heavy rain leads into a weekend featuring frequent celebrity appearances of Santa Claus throughout the area. If you're planning a road trip, be on the lookout for gas bargains as fuel prices remain high.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation is warning drivers all lanes of Highway 401 will be closed at Regional Road 25 in Milton this weekend due to construction.
There have been no reported victims in Waterloo region of a new scam that targets students from China and tells them to go into hiding. Police and university officials are warning students to be aware of the scam.
Queen's Park analyst Robert Fisher weighs on in whether the tax cuts the Liberals are offering will win votes from business owners.
Of course the big event this weekend is Santa is coming to town, but there’s so much more happening in and around Waterloo region.
The Ontario Liberal government's second attempt to push through legislation to end the province's college strike on Friday did not get unanimous consent, but the bill was introduced and will be debated starting on Saturday.
Be prepared for heavy rain beginning Friday, continuing into the weekend. Environment Canada is forecasting 25 to 40 millimetres of rain between Friday night and Saturday evening.
The ex-girlfriend of accused killer Mark Smich told jury members at the Laura Babcock murder trial about a night when Smich and friend Dellen Millard told her they were testing out a towering animal incinerator.
Pinery Provincial Park remains closed to the public after several Indigenous demonstrators called on an occupation a week ago.
College students in Ontario have been out of the classroom for more than a month, and some are seeking a class action lawsuit to get some tuition money back. The legal route can be long, though.
Laini Lascelles, a spiritual advisor with Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ont., says more needs to be done for Indigenous women after they leave prison to ensure they do not return.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's office says her government is presenting legislation that will end the province's college strike, after negotiations reached an impasse.
A local landlord says one of his tenants "subleased" his property multiple times, when in reality, she was being evicted.
Conestoga College faculty picketing at Doon Campus in Kitchener cheered after hearing word the latest contract offer was rejected by the membership.