CBC | Kitchener-Waterloo News
Around 60 canoes were launched into the Grand River Thursday morning as part of a reconciliation event, organized by Waterloo region Indigenous organizations and members of the regional police service.
A fundraiser that raked in more than half a million dollars to bring a large-animal CT scanner to Canada has turned out to be a lifesaver for Esther the Wonder Pig.
Tesla Motors Canada is suing the Ontario government, alleging it has suffered "substantial harm" and lost sales amid the cancellation of an electric vehicle rebate.
A man and a woman have been arrested at a tent city in Guelph's east end. Police also seized a number of items believed to have been stolen.
An inquest into the April 2015 police shooting death of Beau Baker in Kitchener will move forward. The Ontario coroner’s office says the inquest will take place in February 2019.
Ontario announced that cities get to opt-out of private pot sales, but in the Region of Waterloo — who gets to decide remains unclear.
Police say more testing is needed to determine the cause and time of death of a 28-year-old woman after her body was found in a Kitchener home earlier this week.
The Liberal government will declare a federal statutory holiday to mark the tragic legacy of the residential school system, fulfilling a recommendation made by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).
Kitchener diver C.J. Moore died on Aug. 12 following what police believe to be a drowning incident near Port Burwell.
West Grey police officers responded to a noise complaint Tuesday night, only to discover a slumber party in progress and a bat at large in the family's home.
The federal government will begin phasing out the outdoor use of nicotine-based pesticides beginning in 2021, part of an effort to stem the mysterious global decline of honey bee colonies.
Educators are learning to become better teachers thanks to a program that is bringing together two school systems: one in Waterloo region and one in Haiti.
Mixed media artist Gloria Kagawa has a solo show opening at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto this Saturday. To prepare for the exhibit, Kagawa has been going back over decades of her art to decide what to show.
University of Waterloo economics professor Anindya Sen says waiting until next spring to open retail pot stores in Ontario 'is just bad policy.'
The union representing jail guards in Ontario says the province's simmering opioid crisis, which has killed 850 people in the province in 2016 alone, is 'magnified' inside Ontario's jail system.
An Ontario Liberal MPP has introduced a private member's bill that would give municipalities across the province the power to ban the sale of handgun ammunition within their boundaries.
A 24-year-old man was rushed to hospital Tuesday after a slab of quartz fell on him while he was at work.
Yvonne Umutoniwasi has been identified as the woman at the centre of what police are calling a suspicious death investigation.