Acting on behalf of another government agency, Ontario Provincial Police in Blind River, Ont., found weapons and drugs while doing a wellness check on children.
Security video released from inside a holding cell in Orillia in 2019 shows the interaction between an officer and a woman accused of intoxication that resulted in an assault conviction for the eight-year OPP veteran.
Police in Moose Factory, Ont., have arrested now arrested all three suspects in connection to an ongoing investigation into a weekend home invasion.
The Ontario College of Family Physicians recognizes doctors who demonstrate excellence in their regions. One Timmins doctor stood out in the northeast.
The long-discussed plan to build a new art gallery and library in Greater Sudbury is moving forward after city council approved a $65 million plan at a special meeting Tuesday.
A 26-year-old is facing charges after he was caught driving nearly triple the speed limit in Brampton, Ont. Peel Regional Police say the driver was stopped near Queen Street East and Goreway Drive on Monday night. According to investigators, the driver from Caledon, Ont. was travelling at a speed of 153 km/h in a 60km/h zone.
Cancer care in Sault Ste. Marie is getting an upgrade. The Sault Area Hospital will soon be installing new radiation treatment equipment.
Police are warning about the spread of unverified rumours in the active investigation into the suspicious disappearances of two men in Smiths Falls, Ont. and are renewing a call for those with information to come forward.
A northern Ontario business is a finalist for an international awards show celebrating advancements in virtual reality.
Linda Stoner loves photographing wildlife, especially chipmunks. The retired wedding photographer from North Bay focused her lens instead of on the furry rodents, but in a special way.
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The annual Festive RIDE campaign launched Tuesday in Greater Sudbury. It’s a message that gets repeated year after year.
RE/MAX is forecasting a mixed bag in 2024 in northern Ontario, with some areas seeing rising prices while others will see the average cost of a home decline.
A 35-year-old man is facing several charges following a traffic stop in Mattawa earlier this month.
The City of Timmins and the Porcupine Health Unit have issued a “precautionary” boil water advisory for Pine Street between Second and Third Avenue, effective Monday.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says one person has died after a salmonella outbreak linked to Malichita and Rudy brand cantaloupes.
Some grocers are reconsidering their self-checkout strategy to find a balance between meeting their customers' demands and mitigating losses from theft.
Testifying at her Toronto retrial, Cindy Ali maintained that her disabled daughter, Cynara, died during a home intrusion in 2011, while the prosecution suggested she killed the girl in an act of mercy.
Attempts to reach 41 construction workers stuck in a collapsed tunnel in northern India for two weeks were again stymied Saturday. The drilling machine broke down late Friday while making its way through the rubble, stones and metal.
The world's largest iceberg is on the move for the first time in more than three decades, scientists said on Friday.
A Toronto man said he was devastated to find out his family photos, children's artwork and other precious items had gone missing while stored in a storage unit.
More than a third of Canadians are shopping online for Cyber Monday sales, according to the Retail Council of Canada's (RCC) latest survey.
Bad Boy Furniture has begun the process of clearing out $25 million in inventory as it restructures its business.
A large majority of Canadians agree that higher immigration is fuelling the housing crisis and putting pressure on the health-care system, a new Leger poll suggests.
A new report from Royal LePage predicts the cost of homes near ski hills will not cool in 2024, but instead heat up across in many regions. Here's where.
Every Giving Tuesday, many Canadians generously dig into their wallets to donate to charities, but as the cost of living climbs, research suggests many Canadians are also in need of help.
An emergency alert concerning drinking water in Maple Creek sent to phones across Saskatchewan Tuesday afternoon was a mistake.
Andre Dawson wants to be immortalized in the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Chicago Cub – not a Montreal Expo.
A crew member who was recovered from the ocean after a U.S. military Osprey aircraft carrying six people crashed Wednesday off southern Japan has been pronounced dead, coast guard officials said.
International mediators worked Wednesday to extend the truce in Gaza, hoping the territory's Hamas rulers will keep freeing hostages in return for the release of Palestinian prisoners and further respite from Israel's air and ground offensive. It will otherwise expire within a day.