Countdown to a potential strike by Ontario education workers could begin Friday as bargaining reaches impasse
The countdown to a potential strike by 55,000 of Ontario's education workers could begin in earnest Friday.
A Barrie, Ont. woman says she was viciously mauled by a dog in her front yard, leaving her bloodied and injured, and now she wants the owner to come forward and take responsibility.
Red tape, roads, growth and whether to build a new arena were the hot topics Thursday evening as the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce hosted a fireside chat with select mayoral candidates.
A court hearing next week will seek approval for a $4.725 million legal bill from the legal firms helping Laurentian University emerge from insolvency.
The province unveiled money for the mining, manufacturing, digital economy and forestry sectors in North Bay and Mattawa on Friday.
The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 has reached a two-month high in Ontario, as most public health indicators now point to a fall resurgence of the virus.
Myles Sanderson was responsible for all 11 deaths during the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last month, according to RCMP.
Police in Sudbury say a 39-year-old driver has lost their license for three days after they came to the police station after they had been drinking.
Construction is starting on what SMS Equipment says will be a unique facility able to handle growing demand for heavy equipment servicing in Timmins.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has been dampened for thousands in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia who are still without power -- almost two weeks since Fiona hit on Sept. 24.
Greater Sudbury mayoral candidate Bob Johnston says 30 of his election signs were recently stolen and three burned.
The Blue Jays are set to begin the MLB post-season against the Seattle Mariners in a best-of-three wild-card series at Rogers Centre this weekend.
The lone Ontario NDP leadership candidate, Marit Stiles, is touring of northern Ontario cities this week. Thursday they were in the Sault meeting with local leaders.
The City of North Bay has issued more than $200 million in building permits so far this year, surpassing last year’s all-time record of more than $150 million.
A resident of Nipissing First Nation was killed Wednesday when she was involved in a collision at the intersection of Michaud Street and Queen Street in Sturgeon Falls.
Linda Reid won $107,067.50 in September’s Sault Area Hospital Foundation (SAHF) 50/50 draw.
One person has been charged after Ontario Provincial Police on Manitoulin Island responded to a traffic complaint Oct. 4 around 3:45 p.m. on Bidwell Road in the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands.
The Soo Greyhounds announced this week that New York Rangers prospect Bryce McConnell-Barker has been named captain for the 2022-23 Ontario Hockey League season.
A physician recruitment task force in Timmins is urging candidates in the upcoming municipal election to make the local doctor shortage a priority in their platforms. The group said the city is in a healthcare crisis and if the community doesn't come together, the problem will get dramatically worse.
Deposits being explored in the Timmins area could become major source of high-quality nickel for the electric car battery market.
In Timmins, students -- including international students -- are struggling with inflation and rising costs for groceries and other staples.
The New England Patriots have signed Sebastian Gutierrez, who worked at a pizza parlor in North Dakota, to their practice squad.
The families of two women and a teenage girl, all Indigenous, who went missing and then died in the Lower Mainland have come together in an effort to raise awareness about their loved ones and push for systemic change in B.C. policing.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has apologized after removing the royal titles of four of her eight grandchildren. She's not changing her mind about the move, however.
There's plenty of finger pointing, blame and anger in Halifax after another rowdy Dalhousie unofficial homecoming party over the weekend.
A B.C. judge has awarded a former Tofino resident more than $70,000 in damages after he brought a civil lawsuit against a man who attacked his car with a 2x4 in 2018.
Ottawa police say six young people are facing charges following an attack last month near a local high school, video of which was widely shared on social media.
When a woman from Beaverton, Ont., got a call from someone who said she was eligible for a carbon tax rebate from the government, she says she initially believed them, but instead ended up stuck in an expensive home warranty program.
An ultra-cheap Canadian airline is selling plane tickets at a price the CEO says might be the lowest ever offered out of Toronto.
Businesses in Ontario are now allowed to pass on credit card fees to customers. There are a few things businesses and consumers need to know.
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Canada will be pursuing a series of new financial and immigration measures against Iran, as well expanding its sanctions regime, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
Health Canada approved on Thursday the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster vaccine that targets the BA.4 and BA.5 strains of the Omicron variant. It is the second combination vaccine greenlighted by Health Canada's vaccine review team, but the first that targets the virus strains that are now most common in Canada
Nike has suspended its relationship with Hockey Canada amid an ongoing scandal of how the sports body has handled sexual assault allegations.
The battle to save a part of Juno Beach in France from development is over after the Canadian government announced it would pitch in to buy the land and prevent the construction of a condo on the historic battlefield.
Uvalde's school district on Friday pulled its embattled campus police force off the job following a wave of new outrage over the hiring of a former state trooper who was part of the hesitant law enforcement response during the May shooting at Robb Elementary School.
Two new subvariants of the Omicron strain of COVID-19 identified in recent months could fuel increased cases and hospitalizations in Canada through the fall and winter, infectious disease experts say.
Thanksgiving weekend weather is shaping up to be drastically different depending on where in the country you live.
The United Conservative Party has placed Danielle Smith, the former leader of the now defunct Wildrose Party, at the helm as it looks to solidify support ahead of the next provincial election.
As he turns 70 on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin finds himself in the eye of a storm of his own making: His army is suffering humiliating defeats in Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands of Russians are fleeing his mobilization order, and his top lieutenants are publicly insulting military leaders.