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.
The federal government announced this week that international students who apply for a study permit will need to show they have more than $20,000 to cover their tuition and living expenses.
The Conservative-prompted filibuster in the House of Commons ended Friday night, after MPs spent nearly 30 hours voting non-stop on the government's spending plans.
An assistant Crown attorney in Timmins is facing a Law Society Tribunal related to allegations of misconduct.
Residents in Sault Ste. Marie should expect to see a police presence near a fatal fire in the city Friday.
An inaugural conference focused on finding solutions to the toxic drug crisis in northern Ontario wrapped up in Greater Sudbury on Friday.
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.
Advocates are sounding the alarm on the rise in deportations in Canada and are calling on the federal government to follow through on its 2021 promise to expand a regularization program for undocumented people living in the country.
There is some optimism in the tea leaves this holiday season even as high prices and interest rates pinch the pockets of Ontarians – that’s the message from industry experts.
At least 99 hospital patients in Ontario have been placed in long-term care homes without their consent, the province's auditor general has found.
After seven weeks held hostage in the tunnels of Gaza, they are finally free to laugh and chat and play. But some of the children who have come back from captivity are still reluctant to raise their voices above a whisper.
An extremely rare white leucistic alligator has been born at a Florida reptile park. The 19.2-inch (49 cm) female slithered out of its shell and into the history books as one of a few known leucistic alligators, Gatorland Orlando said Thursday.
A Minneapolis store clerk died after a customer beat him and impaled him with a golf club, police said. The 66-year-old clerk was attacked Friday at the Oak Grove Grocery, a small neighborhood store in a residential area near downtown Minneapolis. A 44-year-old suspect is jailed on suspicion of murder.
City workers in Kyiv on Saturday dismantled an equestrian statue of a Red Army commander, the latest Soviet monument to be removed in the Ukrainian capital since Russia launched its full-scale invasion last year.
A jury has found Ibrahim Ali guilty of killing a 13-year-old girl whose body was found in a Burnaby, B.C., park in 2017.
The U.S. vetoed a UN security council resolution to demand a ceasefire as families pled for the release of hostages. Kevin Gallagher reports.