A man is dead and another is in hospital after a vehicle crashed into Lake Ontario early on Saturday morning.
While he’s a big supporter of what the city has planned for downtown, the owner of Wacky Wings on Shaughnessy Street says he and his staff are “heartbroken” they are being forced out of their location.
Ontario Liberals have selected Bonnie Crombie, a three-term big city mayor and former MP who boasts that she gets under the skin of Premier Doug Ford, as their next leader to go head to head with the premier in the next provincial election.
Provincial police are investigating the death of a resident at a long-term care facility in Orillia.
Organizers of an Esports tournament at St. Mary's College in Sault Ste. Marie are hoping it will show students how they might go about turning their gaming interest into a career.
Walmart Canada says it will invest nearly $1 billion this fiscal year on a slew of projects meant to modernize the retail giant's Canadian footprint.
The indictment of an Indian national for the attempted assassination of a Sikh separatist and dual U.S.-Canadian national 'validates' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's allegations that the Indian government may have been involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen as having 'real substance,' according to two of Canada's former national security advisers.
A couple from Montreal who recently moved to Florida fear they may have to sell their newly purchased vehicle after Toyota refused to provide them a compliance letter, a policy by some manufacturing companies that has seen owners unable to import their cars into the United States.
Greater Sudbury has launched an employment land community improvement plan (CIP) as a way to stimulate growth and attract new development on industrial lands.
The most wonderful time of the year is approaching — and families are starting to get into the Holiday spirit with Christmas photos.
A Northern College graduate is leaving her post-secondary career with a pretty big honour: she's the recipient of the 2023 Premier's Award as a recent graduate.
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Students from five schools mostly in northeastern Ontario competed in a robotics challenge after designing and building their own robot over the past three months.
Sudbury's emergency food bank has seen an outpouring of support from the community after it was broken into last weekend.
A recent information session on homelessness in North Bay found that compassion can go a long way toward helping someone on the streets.
The NoahStrong Foundation is partnering with North Bay Regional Health Centre on an initiative to help people find affordable hotel rooms when their loved ones are unexpectedly hospitalized in the city.
The chief of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is assuring the public that a thorough investigation is ongoing into the Oct. 23 mass shooting in the city.
A southern Ontario man has been fined $7,000 for violations during an October 2022 hunt in northwestern Ontario.
Thursday was the final day of work for employees on the pulp side of Domtar’s pulp and paper mill in Espanola.
The Ontario Provincial Police charged two people with drug offences after a traffic stop of two vehicles this week on Highway 112 in Boston Township.
Sandie Rinaldo sits down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to talk about how he said he would 'never' become a politician back in 1995.
Former Saskatchewan junior hockey coach Bernard (Bernie) Lynch was found guilty by a Regina Court of King’s Bench judge on Friday of sexual assault and assault stemming from incidents that took place in August of 1988.
With sextortion being a growing problem in Canada, there are tips and resources online to help parents, caregivers and youth address it.
Canada's spy agency says it has launched a workplace assessment of its British Columbia office over 'serious allegations' raised by whistleblowers who say they were sexually assaulted and harassed by a senior officer.
Royal commentator Afua Hagan on five revelations in a new book that's sure to send shockwaves through the Royal Family's ranks.
Compared to the peak pandemic years of 2020 and 2021, Canada experienced an uptick in prescription drug shortages in 2022 that Health Canada says has continued throughout 2023.
A new survey from Consumer Reports has troubling news concerning electric vehicles (EVs) as owners say they are less reliable than gas powered cars.
The number of lithium-ion battery fires in Toronto has nearly doubled this year, according to Toronto Fire Services (TFS).
In medieval times, hospitals took care of the 'poor and infirm,' but how were inhabitants selected and what were their lives like? Researchers analyzed 400 skeletons to find out.
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.6 struck Saturday off the cost of the southern Philippines island of Mindanao and Philippine authorities issued a tsunami warning.
Canada's lopsided 5-0 win over an experimental Australia side in the rain Friday at Starlight Stadium and the hoopla surrounding it provided a taste of what is to come in Christine Sinclair's farewell game at B.C. Place Stadium.
Rick Hansen's life changed the day he was told he'd never walk again, but instead of letting his disability stand in his way, he became an advocate for accessibility rights and a Paralympic Athlete. Here's how that happened.
LGBTQ2S+ advocates are not backing down in their legal fight against the Sask. Party’s Parents’ Bill of Rights, submitting an amended application against the legislation on Friday evening.
Michael Keough has to pause in the middle of his phone call from Newfoundland and Labrador's largest jail to cough and wipe his eyes -- there's black mould on the wall where the phones are, he explains, and it irritates him after a while.