Provincial police are investigating the death of a resident at a long-term care facility in Orillia.
A 34-year-old suspect is in custody is facing attempted murder and other charges after three people received serious but not life-threatening injuries in a stabbing attack late Thursday morning in Sudbury.
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.
The search for a kangaroo that escaped an Ontario zoo will resume on Saturday morning, according to volunteers attempting to catch the marsupial.
A suspect has been charged with four counts of second-degree murder in connection with the Langside homicide.
An Ottawa family physician won't get to stay in Canada after she did not meet the threshold due to factors outside her control.
The union representing inside, outside and housing staff at Greater Sudbury has lost a grievance opposing the dismissal of staff who didn’t follow the city’s vaccination policy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The 80th anniversary of the first use of McIntyre Powder in Ontario mines was commemorated in Sudbury on Thursday.
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 Ontario Provincial Police charged two people with drug offences after a traffic stop of two vehicles this week on Highway 112 in Boston Township.
To meet the demand of the number of clients who need trauma support, Victim Services of Nipissing District has brought a new partner on board to help: a young yellow Labrador puppy named Toby.
Thursday was the final day of work for employees on the pulp side of Domtar’s pulp and paper mill in Espanola.
Algoma Public Health said Thursday it has noticed an increasing trend of COVID-19 cases in the region and a rise in wastewater surveillance.
While it’s a long way from becoming a reality, city council in Timmins has started the process of building an events centre in the city.
A traffic stop this week in northern Ontario led to the arrest of two people – one from Alberta, the other from Quebec – who were driving two separate stolen vehicles.
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).
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.
Canada is set to reimpose the cap on the number of hours that international students can work off campus. But with heightened cost-of-living concerns in Canada, many international students say they're not sure how they'll be able to afford their tuition and living expenses if they can't work full-time.
A federal inmate was charged Friday with attempted murder in the prison stabbing of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd.
Winter will be unusually warm and rainy across much of the country this year, according to the latest data from Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Two Chinese community centres in the Montreal area are planning to launch a $2.5 million defamation lawsuit against the RCMP and the Attorney General of Canada after being accused by the police force of hosting 'alleged Chinese police stations.'
Canada's First Quantum Minerals Ltd. announced Friday it has requested arbitration proceedings to fight a Panamanian decision to halt a major open-pit copper mine concession in Panama or obtain damages.
Israeli strikes on houses and buildings have killed at least 178 people throughout the Gaza Strip on the first hours of fighting after a weeklong truce collapsed Friday, according to the Health Ministry there. Israel said it struck more than 200 Hamas targets.
Waterloo man charged in alleged romance scam worth more than $2 million