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Spring flooding risk 'moderate to high' due to warm weather, extra rain and snow
The spring flooding risk is moderate to high for the Grand River watershed, according to the Grand River Conservation Authority.
Fewer police calls since Kitchener consumption site opened, chief says
Prior to an interim consumption and treatment site opening in downtown Kitchener this fall, there was worry the site could lead to a rise in neighbourhood crime. In fact, the opposite has happened, according to Waterloo regional police chief Bryan Larkin.
Catholic, French teachers resume talks with province ahead of Ontario-wide strike
Bargaining is set to resume today between the Ontario government and two teachers' unions, just one day before a planned joint strike by all four major teacher groups in the province.
How Mount Forest's 'Black Flashes' broke hockey barriers
It was rare to see black hockey players in the 1950s, especially in rural Ontario. Unless you were in Mount Forest. Three black men were recruited to join the small-town Redmen team, where the trio dazzled packed arenas.
Construction on new $104M bus maintenance facility in Waterloo set to start early next month
Regional councillors voted in favour of a new bus maintenance facility to be built in Waterloo. Construction, expected to cost $104 million, is expected to begin next month.
OPP use sonar scan in Lake Erie for 9-year-old swept into water Saturday
Facial recognition software used by Waterloo Regional Police Service in past
Farmers see both sides of rail blockade
Minorities, women underrepresented in City of Kitchener workforce census
Cambridge postpones consumption site vote until after March byelection
Kitchener GO train service won't decrease as Metrolinx expands, spokesperson says