A worker who was found unconscious Friday at the Cote Gold Mine site in Gogama has died, officials said Friday.
The man at the centre of a massive police search this week in Bracebridge has been found dead.
Several Ontario hospitals are bringing back mask mandates for staff with COVID-19 cases on the rise once again – a clear sign the province has entered a new wave, an expert explains.
Ontario is bumping up the province’s minimum wage to $16.55 an hour starting Sunday. Here is what you need to know about the increase.
As enrolment continues to climb, and Sault Ste. Marie's rental market continues to tighten, the Board of Governors at Sault College has given the go-ahead to begin planning a new student residence.
The team from Providing Adults With Developmental Disabilities Lifelong Experiences -- PADDLE for short -- sent participants onto Trout Lake in a canoe without a paddle Friday afternoon.
MR80 in Hanmer is reopened Friday as Greater Sudbury police continue to investigate a fatal crash involving a 73-year-old man who suffered a medical emergency and crashed into a house.
Land-based learning was the focus this week for some students in the Wiikwemkoong Board of Education.
Four people from Dubreuilville have been fined for deer hunting violations in November 2022 in a remote part of northwestern Ontario.
Two people have been charged in Sault Ste. Marie after an incident at La Chaumiere Place this week.
In honour of Truth and Reconciliation, bronze statues depicting a shawl and grass dancers have been installed at each of Northern College's four campuses in northern Ontario
A nationally-recognized and long-time Timmins volunteer and trapper passed away this week at the age of 87.
The mayor of Pickering is speaking out against city councillor Lisa Robinson (Ward 1), who recently made headlines for calling herself a “modern-day slave” after having her pay suspended for one month due to bullying allegations.
During the height of the Second World War, Nazi Germany formed a division of Ukrainian volunteers to fight against Soviet Russia. One of its members was controversially honoured with two standing ovations in Canada's Parliament this week.
A conference to bring corporate Canada and Indigenous communities together to work towards economic reconciliation was held at Casino Rama over the past two days.
The studio lights are going dark at 'ET Canada.' Corus Entertainment says it has decided to cease production on the long-running Canadian arts and entertainment news magazine after 18 seasons.
Ajay Sood and his family bought their dream home in Oakville this past July, but they say a contractor destroyed their house after refusing to finish the work despite being paid in advance.
One renowned chef is calling tipping culture 'one of the most ridiculous things in North America.'
A new survey found that 48 per cent of Canadians say they won’t be taking any specific action to recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
A growing number of businesses popping up across Canada are offering unique experiences that invite tourists to dive into the history, language and culture of Indigenous communities.
The federal Liberal government has made a lot of promises to Indigenous Peoples. But do those promises line up with what communities on the ground really want and need, or reflect their diversity?
New data from the Canadian Climate Institute shows that emissions from the oil and gas industry and buildings continued to climb in the previous year, undercutting Canada's overall emissions reduction progress.
Economists warn both Canada's economy and individual Canadians could suffer from impacts of a U.S. government shutdown, and that those impacts will deepen and broaden the longer it lasts.
A new study finds walking an additional 3,000 steps per day can significantly reduce high blood pressure in older adults with hypertension.
Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said on Friday there was a 'climate of violence' and an 'atmosphere of intimidation' against Indian diplomats in Canada, where the presence of Sikh separatist groups has frustrated New Delhi.
The country's top soldier and outside experts say that finding almost $1 billion in savings in the Department of National Defence budget will affect the Armed Forces' capabilities, although the defence minister insisted Friday the budget is not being cut.
Air Canada pilots staged a picket at Pearson airport as the new contract negotiation deadline nears. Adrian Ghobrial reports.