Nurses working for the Region’s Community Care Access Centres in Ontario could be walking off the job Friday morning.
268 health care workers in Waterloo-Wellington took the strike vote Thursday after mediation talks broke down.
Huawei has a job posting for a Research Director located in the region on the Chinese Telecom giant’s website and one of its responsibilities is to, “grow and lead an elite level team”.
There has been speculation online Huawei would soon open an office in Blackberry’s backyard like they have in Markham, Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton.
The region’s crime rate fell almost six per cent in 2013.
There were almost 26-thousand incidents.
It’s at a time where the national rate has dropped to its lowest point since 1969.
Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair has announced a plan to help Canada’s manufacturers and small businesses create full-time jobs.
Mr. Mulcair told 570 News Mid-Day with Eric Drozd he is proposing an incentive to businesses to stimulate job creation.
An early morning incident in Kitchener ends with a man charged with mischief and assaulting police.
Waterloo Regional Police say they were called to the area of Wilson Avenue and Franklin Street just before one this morning.
A crossing guard was sent to hospital after getting hit by a vehicle near St. Mary’s Hospital in Kitchener.
Waterloo Regional Police say he was hit on Queen’s Boulevard after school on Wednesday.
The mother of a Cambridge teen who died after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis wants to spread awareness about lung health.
Kayla Baker’s mother Susan Tremblett is sharing her daughter’s story as part of her new role as ambassador for the Lung Association’s National Breathing as One initiative.
At least 20 people were reportedly laid off at the Tim Hortons distribution centre in Guelph on Tuesday.
In a bid to improve road safety and cut down on deaths on Ontario streets, the province is reportedly considering reducing speed limits.
The change could reduce the default speed limit from 50 km/h to 40 km/h.
Some residents of a Guelph apartment have been displaced after a fire.
Firefighters were called to 32 Regent Street just after 12:30 Thursday morning.