Breaking: Telus and Bell mobile networks go dark in southern Ontario

SOUTHERN ONTARIO- Many Koodo and Telus customer today experienced the loss of mobile coverage. You may have experienced problems if you are a Bell or Virgin customer. From roughly 12:30 p.m. to 12:55 p.m. customers in Southern Ontario experienced the dreaded feeling of not being able to call or text their friends and family. TheContinue reading “Breaking: Telus and Bell mobile networks go dark in southern Ontario”

Conservative Leadership “debate” held with two out of four candidates in Toronto

Only half of the Conservative Leadership candidates attended a debate in Toronto at the Sheraton Hotel, hosted by The Independent Press Gallery of Canada (IPG) this evening. Read to find out more.

Visits soon to be permitted at long-term care homes, retirement homes and other residential care settings in Ontario

Starting June 18, you will now be able to visit loved ones living in retirement homes, long-term care homes, and other residential care settings — but with some restrictions. Read to find out more.

Black Lives Matter: Kitchener attendees reflect on U.S. protests and local movements

Even with a global pandemic, 36,000 people gathered at Victoria Park in Kitchener, Ont., on June 3, 2020 to combat racism and police brutality with a peaceful protest and march through the streets of downtown.

More than 200 guns, 200K rounds of ammo and a grenade seized from Kitchener collector

On Halloween, the Waterloo Regional Police Services (WRPS) executed a search warrant on Strathcona Crescent in Kitchener, Ont. Police seized 250 guns, 200,000 rounds of ammunition and a non-active grenade from a 57-year-old Kitchener man.