Canadian Adam Oake is among volunteers delivering aid to civilians in Ukraine, but he says donations are drying up and he's issuing a plea for help.
In the age of doorstep deliveries, porch pirates who steal items from front doors have become common, but one North Bay mom says she was scared by a recent encounter with one.
A wellness check on a person living on Churchill Avenue in Wawa last month led to the discovery that the victim was being forcibly confined in their home by three people.
More Canadians are ending their lives with a medically-assisted death, says the third federal annual report on medical assistance in dying (MAID). Data shows that 10,064 people died in 2021 with medical aid, an increase of 32 per cent over 2020.
Salman Rushdie, whose novel 'The Satanic Verses' drew death threats from Iran's leader in the 1980s, was stabbed in the neck and abdomen Friday by a man who rushed the stage as the author was about to give a lecture in western New York.
Canadian universities reported record-high surplus revenues in wake of the pandemic as schools took advantage of last year's strong stock market performance.
Despite a police misconduct probe that found a high-ranking B.C. officer had stalked and harassed his ex-girlfriend for years, a criminal investigation into the case did not result in charges.
Algoma Steel announced Friday that United Steelworkers Local 2251 have agreed to take the company’s last offer to a vote by employees in the affected bargaining unit.
The City of Iqaluit has declared a state of emergency due to a water shortage.
Rising over beaches, buildings and statues, the last supermoon of the year created ample viewing and photo opportunities around the world Thursday night.
Two sisters adopted into separate families have found each other after 35 years of separation.
An announcement Friday morning in Sudbury was aimed at boosting agricultural innovation in northern Ontario. The federal government is spending more than $400,000 to grow the agriculture sector.
It was standing room only inside the Noelville Community Centre on Friday morning as Memorial Cup winner Philippe Daoust made a triumphant return home to French River.
The new Indigenous hub at Victory Park on Frood Road in the Donovan area of Greater Sudbury was officially named at a ceremony on Thursday.
This week, the North Bay Police Service charged a 34-year-old suspect following two recent incidents involving a charity and social services agency.
It doesn't get any more Canadian than the loon, which are a big part of the northern Ontario landscape. But some people on Manitoulin Island say they aren't seeing them as much.
A group of motorcycle enthusiasts in North Bay were victims of vandalism this week because of their support for the LGBTQ2S+ community.
While improving, air traffic in the Sault is currently at three-quarters of pre-COVID-19 pandemic numbers.
Some heated words escalated into violence this week in Sault Ste. Marie when a vehicle struck a pedestrian on Queen Street East.
A company in Sault Ste. Marie is celebrating a significant milestone of community support.
It's national Farmers' Market Week and few are more thankful for farmers in Timmins than Rock Whissell.
Ontario Provincial Police are dealing with a serious collision in Hearst on Thursday evening.
Timmins has a new mayor -- and she's the first person of colour to hold the seat. Kristin Murray has been appointed to take over the mayor's office until the upcoming election.
A group challenging Quebec's new language law logged a first legal victory against the legislation on Friday, as a judge temporarily suspended a provision requiring English court documents to be translated into French.
A Virginia woman is packing up her life and moving her family to Vancouver Island in response to the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Four goals and a pair of assists from captain Mason McTavish powered Canada to a dominant 11-1victory over Slovakia at the world junior hockey championship Thursday.
The summer of 2022 is shaping up to be a bumper season for both pink and sockeye salmon in British Columbia rivers, with one veteran Indigenous fisherman reporting the biggest catches of sockeye in decades.
The Royal Canadian Air Force has grounded the Snowbirds aerobatic team after one of the jets suffered a hard landing last week in northern British Columbia.
A community of about 200 townhouse condominium units has been told that $3.5 million is needed for renovations and individual unit owners will have to pay their share.
The Ontario government is planning to move forward with several tax credits that could provide hundreds of dollars per year to residents.
A recent research report released by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries found that condo boards should be making sure there are enough reserve funds being budgeted to help pay for expensive repairs in the future.
\Salman Rushdie remained hospitalized Saturday after suffering serious injuries in a stabbing attack, which was met with shock and outrage from much of the world, along with tributes and praise for the award-winning author who for more than 30 years has faced death threats for his novel 'The Satanic Verses.'
Anne Heche remains on life support and under evaluation for organ donation after a car crash that led to her brain death, a representative for the actor said Friday.
The FBI recovered documents that were labelled 'top secret' from former U.S. President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, according to court papers released Friday after a federal judge unsealed the warrant that authorized the unprecedented search this week.
RCMP in the Northwest Territories have begun using roadside cannabis-screening technology that has faced criticism from defence lawyers elsewhere in Canada.
A plane bound for Toronto has been forced to divert to Iceland after a Canadian man allegedly became violent and tried to open the aircraft door mid-air.
Iranians reacted with praise and worry Saturday over the attack on novelist Salman Rushdie, the target of a decades-old fatwa by the late Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini calling for his death.
Ukraine's health minister has accused Russian authorities of committing a crime against humanity by blocking access to affordable medicines in areas its forces have occupied since invading the country 5 1/2 months ago.
A union representing tens of thousands of government workers handed the B.C. government 72 hours' strike notice Friday afternoon.