As of Monday, anyone visiting patients at the North Bay Regional Health Centre will have to wear a mask.
Celebrating with your family this December could come with increased expenses as data shows many traditional holiday foods are going up in price.
Every Giving Tuesday, many Canadians generously dig into their wallets to donate to charities, but as the cost of living climbs, research suggests many Canadians are also in need of help.
A new report by more than 30 researchers is estimating how much food will cost in 2024 and how much money it will take to feed families.
Canada's grocery code of conduct is in the final stages with advocates saying it would help lower food prices while big grocers say it won't.
A federal housing advocate is accusing every level of government in Canada of failing to uphold the Inuit's right to housing -- and therefore denying their human rights.
There were some tense moments in North Bay on Friday after information that a weapon was possibly at a local high school prompted a lockdown and police response.
Two men from Ontario have been arrested on charges of terrorism after allegedly producing recruitment videos for a listed terrorist organization and circulating far-right manifestos online, police say.
An investigation is underway after an infant with no vital signs was brought to a northern Ontario hospital, Ontario Provincial Police say.
Three Moosonee residents between the ages of 28 and 40 are facing multiple firearms-related charges after provincial police received a tip about a 12-gauge sawed-off shotgun in the community.
As the world transitions to electric vehicles, the provincial government is providing money for junior mining companies to spur exploration projects.
Here's a list of items Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency recalled this week, including mushrooms, more caffeinated energy drinks, and electric cooktops.
Despite some critical comments from Ontario’s auditor general, the CEO of Science North wants to reassure northerners that the science centre is thriving.
A man is dead after being shot by police officers amid a domestic disturbance north of Toronto Thursday night, the province’s police watchdog says.
There is good news and bad news for the Canadian economy next year.
A large low-pressure system centred about 750 kilometres to the northeast of Newfoundland is causing clouds to stretch all the way to Portugal.
A Palestinian-Canadian is suing the federal government in an effort to get his four grandchildren out of Gaza. Mohammed Nofal, 74, is alleging Global Affairs Canada and immigration officials created a discriminatory policy that denied his family help in evacuating a war zone in the days following the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel.
A jury has resumed deliberations in the case of Ibrahim Ali, whose marathon first-degree murder trial in B.C. Supreme Court wrapped up yesterday.
An Ontario teen is among the first patients in the country to have a rare type of cancer surgically removed by doctors who trained using a virtual reality system that allows them to 'walk' inside a patient's body.
With no signs either side is ready to retreat, the marathon voting session in the House of Commons has stretched into its second day, seeing MPs stay up all night rejecting Conservative attempts to defeat government spending plans over the Liberals' refusal to scrap the carbon tax.
A Regina woman’s Airbnb property was raided by police who have arrested four people and allege drug activities were taking place there.