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The election may be just under two weeks away but voting has already started. You can vote at your returning office right now, while advance voting opens tomorrow.
Fire prevention officers are investigating the cause of a fire at a Hespeler Road business in Cambridge.
It may be raining this weekend, but don't let that keep you from fun events like the quilt auction in New Hamburg or Kitchener BikeFest.
Lois Millar is 76 and still works on a casual basis in the emergence department of St. Mary's Hospital in Kitchener. She's now being recognized for more than five decades of service.
Police are searching for two men in connection with an improvised explosive device blast inside a restaurant in Mississauga, Ont., that wounded 15 people.
Owners of Pfenning's Organic Farm, who lost their son Andreas Pfenning after he went missing on a hunting trip, are organizing a fundraiser with the Advanced Tactical Training Search and Rescue group.
Kitchener South-Hespeler NDP candidate Fitz Vanderpool apologizes "unreservedly" over a 2006 incident and refutes claims by the Liberals that say he doesn't support equal marriage.
Ontario police are reminding drivers to be extra cautious on country roads after a horse-drawn buggy carrying 10 people rolled into a ditch last week.
Two weeks to go until election day — but the focus today is on two years ago when Liberals allege PC Leader Doug Ford was trying to sell "bogus" PC memberships inside an Etobicoke Tim Hortons. Here's where we are on day 16.
A life celebration will be held Saturday morning in Guelph's Exhibition Park for Jeff Eberhardt, known to many in the neighbourhood as Exhibition Park Jeff.
The Ontario Liberals have released an audio recording that allegedly features Doug Ford trying to sell "bogus memberships" to help secure the nomination of the PC candidate in his home riding.
A man from Cambridge, Ont. is suing BMW Canada for $2 million dollars, alleging the company owes him after a car fire led to income loss.
Smalle festivals are reconsidering the sale of alcohol at their venues after the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario increased the price of special events permits to $150 a day.
The Doug Ford campaign announced Tuesday if the Progressive Conservatives form the next Ontario government, they will bring forward legislation exempting all Royal Canadian Legion branches from municipal property taxes.
Waterloo Region District School Board wants to remind parents and youth of resources that are available online as they watch 13 Reasons Why's season 2 on Netflix.
University of Guelph's Bee Research Centre says it may take years for beekeepers to recover from their colony loss after the Ontario Beekeeper's Association reported a third of beekeepers lost 70 per cent of their colonies over the winter.
A local Liberal candidate would prefer that Wynne not visit and Andrea Horwath returns to her Hamilton roots by picking up an arc welder. This is your Campaigner.
While the federal government's new Tobacco and Vaping Products Act forces tobacco companies to use plain packaging, it also opens up a world of advertising possibilities for vaping liquids and e-cigarettes.
Refugee and immigrant women in Waterloo region have taken recipes traditionally prepared from memory and created a cookbook now sold by a community arts group in Waterloo.