Anyone who received a single-use needle from Réseau ACCESS Network in Sudbury in the last several months is at risk of serious infection, the group announced Thursday.
A North Bay family is taking issue with statements from the federal government that the passport backlog has been “virtually eliminated.”
A busy Sault Ste. Marie intersection could be getting a makeover. City officials have taken the next steps towards expanding the junction, or adding to neighbouring roads, but they need public input to do so.
Residents in the Greater Sudbury community of Levack met Wednesday night to voice their frustrations with the City of Greater Sudbury.
Sault Ste. Marie-based R. F. Contracting Inc. has been fined $60,000 for an April 21, 2020, incident in which a worker was seriously injured.
A Saskatchewan woman is recovering in a hospital in Mexico during what was supposed to have been one of the happiest trips of her life.
With electric vehicles expected to drive a boom in global nickel demand, Vale has signed an agreement with a junior miner in Sudbury to develop nickel-copper deposits in the area.
For the past 40 years, Vale and the United Steelworkers Local 6500 have been the largest contributor to the United Way Centraide North East Ontario.
The Weeneebayko Area Health Authority on the James Bay coast is celebrating Thursday afternoon the ground breaking on its new health and ambulatory care centre.
Stan Butler, the former coach and GM of the North Bay Battalion, is taking over as coach of the OHL's Erie Otters.
On the day of mental health awareness, the military team at 22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base North Bay raised the Bell Let’s Talk flag to the blowing wind.
The Timmins Fire Department is sending 119 pieces of equipment it can no longer use to help fellow firefighters in Ukraine.
The Timmins Police Service says as conversations around mental health evolve, so has its approach to supporting its officers, who often deal with high levels of stress, including encountering traumatic scenes.
Lisa Roth said she was 'blown away' when her dog named Ares began pushing soil overtop of an older dog named Leonard who has passed away.
Former Parti Quebecois legislator Harold LeBel was sentenced on Thursday to eight months in jail after being found guilty in November of sexually assaulting a woman at his condo in 2017.
A renowned ex-coach in Canadian pairs skating was found guilty Wednesday of sexual assault and gross indecency dating back nearly 40 years.
An asteroid the size of a delivery truck will whip past Earth on Thursday night, one of the closest such encounters ever recorded.
As awe-struck Internet users obsessed over the wondrous abilities of ChatGPT, a 22-year-old in Toronto was feverishly crafting a tool to detect its misuse.
Paris Hilton has announced the birth of her first child with husband Carter Reum. Sharing a picture of a baby's hand clutching a woman's thumb, the media personality and heiress wrote on Instagram Tuesday: "You are already loved beyond words," alongside a blue heart emoji.
Those looking for a snow blower to clear their driveways may want to consider an electric model. Consumer Reports has been testing battery-powered snow blowers for the past six years and found electric models are improving.
A Toronto woman says she was given the runaround when she sought a full refund for her upcoming trip, which was cancelled outside of her control.
An Ontario man says he is 'devastated' after spending his entire life savings in an investment scam he got involved from a YouTube video he watched.
In an unusual move, the Russian Defence Ministry broadcast that one of its newest warships, the Admiral Gorshkov, had tested the strike capabilities of a hypersonic Zircon missile in a virtual drill.
The federal Liberal government is joining the Opposition Conservatives in no longer allowing its members of Parliament to expense taxpayers for home internet services.
In an exclusive interview with CTV’s Power Play, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is praising the moves from Western countries to send tanks to Ukraine.
On Feb. 27, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said his country needed fighters, and foreigners were welcome to join the front line in the defence against Russian aggression. Some Canadians were among the first to answer the call.
Canada is sending four combat-ready battle tanks to Ukraine and will be deploying 'a number' of Canadian Armed Forces members to train Ukrainian soldiers on how to operate them.
For some people, relaxation looks like settling down with a nice glass of wine and the most graphic, disturbing tale of murder imaginable.
One of the planet’s most unique wildcats has been detected for the first time on the tallest mountain on Earth — Mount Everest.
Retailers and tech companies use many tools to mine consumers for data they can share with third parties, but there are steps consumers can take to protect and safeguard their personal information.
Following the deaths of more than 300 children from contaminated cough syrups in several countries, Health Canada says it's been more than a decade since similar cases were identified here.
Deep snow, heavy winds, and lots of rain hit various parts of the Maritimes Thursday.