Fire crews are on scene at a blaze at a factory in Cambridge. Police have closed Sheffield Street and some buildings in the area have been evacuated. More
Waterloo Regional Police have seen a significant increase in the number of fake bills being passed off as real cash in the region this year. The fraud branch is hosting an information session Monday night to inform people what to look for and how to "know your note."video
Conestoga College students will be back in the classroom Tuesday morning. But NDP MPP for Kitchener-Waterloo, Catherine Fife, says back-to-work legislation is not the answer.
A paramedic with Perth County Paramedic Services has recently returned to Canada after spending a week in Antigua as part of a relief effort team - an experience she says changed heraudio
As Ontario students prepare to go back to class on Tuesday after five weeks away, Ontario is shedding some light on how they will be compensated for lost time in the classroom.
Eyes on the road: Ontario Trucking Association puts stricter rules in place after increase in deadly crashes
The Ontario Trucking Association has released new guidelines for truck drivers, to address the issues of driver inattention and fatigue after a number of deadly crashes.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
The Laura Babcock murder trial is entering its fifth week of testimony and jurors in a Toronto courtroom will hear from only a handful more witnesses as the Crown is expected to wrap up its case against co-accused Dellen Millard and Mark Smich.
Ontario college students are scrambling to get ready for class on Tuesday after the Liberal government's back-to-work legislation passed on Sunday, ending the longest strike in the province's history.video
GO PUBLIC 'They tell me they're blind, and I still have to sell them internet': Bell insider on high-pressure sales
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
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.audio
A Six Nations school is doing its part to keep Indigenous languages alive in the most modern of ways — with an app.
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.video
Check out brand new music from Stuck on Planet Earth, Bahamas and The Elwins.audio
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 had a different look this year. An Indigenous group of drummers and dancers were at the head of the parade, followed by a group of new Canadians.audio
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Queen's Park analyst Robert Fisher weighs on in whether the tax cuts the Liberals are offering will win votes from business owners.audio
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.
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.
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.
Santa Claus parades in Waterloo region kick off Nov. 18 and continue until mid-December throughout the area.
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.video
Conestoga College faculty picketing at Doon Campus in Kitchener cheered after hearing word the latest contract offer was rejected by the membership.
A local landlord says one of his tenants "subleased" his property multiple times, when in reality, she was being evicted.
Patrice Butts has been the mother-child coordinator at Grand Valley Institution for Women for almost 20 years, and says the program's goal of fostering strong family relationships has broader community implications.audio
What does passing a stopped school bus with its lights flashing have to do with the Ontario government selling pot?
Dellen Millard, who is acting as his own lawyer, will continue his cross-examination of his former employee, Shane Schlatman, on Thursday at the ongoing Laura Babcock murder trial.
Two Wilfrid Laurier students were at Kitchener City Hall on Wednesday asking people to fill out a survey to get their thoughts of safe injection sites.
Cambridge's new pedestrian bridge in Galt will open on Dec. 7 as part of a walking tour of Christmas light displays.
Guelph's 100 steps are set to reopen early in 2018 after the pedestrian bridge over the train tracks has been replaced, the city says.
Until the end of the month, police are calling on the public to turn in their prohibited weapons for safety.
In southwestern Ontario, the largest increase by far was in Brantford, where contraband cigarettes accounted for half of the cigarettes smoked, up from 36 per cent last year, according to a study commissioned by convenience store owners.
A 29-year-old inmate is challenging Waterloo region to be more accepting of women who are returning to community after serving time in a federal prison, asking people to look past the label.audio
As the province’s 12,000 college faculty professors vote on the latest offer from the College Employer Council, two of them want students to know: 'We’re really frustrated as well.'
A GO Transit bus was stopped going 71 km/h in a 50 km/h zone Tuesday afternoon by Guelph Police officers who are targeting drivers, cyclists and pedestrians on Gordon Street as part of Project Corridor.
Ontario Provincial Police launched a commercial vehicle safety blitz on Wednesday.
The Guelph Humane Society is looking for the owner of three stray dogs found with severely matted fur wandering Centre Wellington last week.
The province and LCBO told officials from the City of Kitchener and Waterloo Regional Police it needs to move "fairly quickly" to find a location for its marijuana store. The store is set to open next July.
The Waterloo woman charged with sex abuse-related offences against a seven-year-old admitted on the stand she created child pornography and participated in sexual offences against a minor.
Some small business owners in Toronto say the province's newly announced corporate tax reduction will do little to improve the stifling business environment in the province. Next year, small businesses will pay one per cent less in taxes.
The Progressive Conservatives announced a surprise policy promise on Tuesday revealing that they will slow down the implementation of the $15 minimum wage increase.
These are the tax cuts that Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa could offer to small businesses this afternoon in his fall economic statement.
Waterloo region's mayors and the CEO of the Waterloo Region Economical Development Corporation are visiting several U.S. states this week to bring more business home.audio
For $40 a year, residents in Kitchener and Waterloo will soon be able to borrow household items such as kitchen supplies or camping gear through the 'library of things.'
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ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)
- 'Significant' factory fire in Cambridge closes Sheffield Street
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- Highway headaches for travellers as MTO closes 401 at Milton
- Perth County paramedic returns from Antigua, ready to continue relief work
- As Indigenous women inmate numbers rise, more supports needed after release
- Meet the women who work and live at Grand Valley prison in Kitchener
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