A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared in Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, the First Nation announced Wednesday.
Teacher union reaction to the Ford Government's back to school plan for the fall. Brendan Connor talks to ETFO's Liana Holm
With schools reopen soon, the Porcupine Health Unit wants families to think about being protected for the first day of in-person learning.
The federal and provincial governments are investing over $7 million to help Sault school boards take extra COVID precautions.
New Democrats say they've have been flooded with calls from Canadians aged 65 and up who suddenly find themselves cut off from monthly government payments due to the pandemic benefits they relied on last year.
The Canada Recovery Benefit is now unavailable to people who haven't yet filed their taxes for 2019 or 2020, according to recent changes on the Government of Canada’s website.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
As businesses reopen and social gatherings resume, some Canadians may notice they’re spending more now than they were during the peak of the pandemic. Here's how to stay on track.
Canada's seniors minister was warned in the spring that the Liberal government's plan to send $500 payments to pensioners in August would end with some of the money going to people who had died.
A Brampton, Ont., driver has been charged with dangerous driving following an eight-vehicle collision on Highway 11 east of Timmins.
Greater Sudbury Police are asking the public's help to solve a bizarre incident that took place July 30.
The owners of Voyageurs' Lodge & Cookhouse are calling for a major overhaul of northern highways following a fatal collision last month.
Residents of a home in New Sudbury are sharing their concerns about a big black bear roaming throughout a residential area. They are worried someone will be hurt after some very up-close-and-personal encounters.
A Sudbury medical technology company is hoping to change the way people access and conduct blood testing.
Organizers of the annual 'Welcome to Timmins Night' have found a way to host the event in-person this year.
Robert ‘Blastoff’ Esmie is helping future athletes in Sudbury reach their full potential.
Ontario health officials are reporting more than 200 new cases of COVID-19 after three days of daily infection numbers below the 170 mark.
After 1,300 km, 25 cats and kittens are settling into care with the Ontario SPCA before being adopted.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday that he's considering whether to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for federal employees. Trudeau said he is looking at whether new requirements to either require or encourage vaccination would be necessary in federal workplaces or in federally-regulated industries such as banking, rail and air travel, and Parliament.
About 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency workers are preparing to begin job action across the country on Friday and say travellers should expect long lineups and lengthy delays at border crossings and airports.
As Canada experiences a devastating wildfire season, researchers are warning that they’re projected to increase in size and frequency in coming years – raising the risk of adverse health effects for Canadians, including those living in cities.
Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino says the federal government won't share details on the numbers and whereabouts of Afghan refugees who landed in Canada yesterday and those who will arrive later to protect the evacuees and the security of the operation.
Quebec plans to adopt a vaccine passport given a recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the province, Premier François Legault announced Thursday.
A new Netflix series chronicles two friends as they build the June Motel in Sauble Beach, Ontario.
Gus the tortoise is the Museum of Natural History's star attraction and the iconic reptile is turning 99.
Andre De Grasse from Markham, Ont. sprinted to a gold medal in the 200-metre final in Tokyo. Two-time Olympian Anson Henry comments on De Grasse's performance.
Grace Lee has the story of a Nigerian refugee's difficult experience in Japan before she found a welcoming home in Canada.
Wildfires continue to ravage parts of B.C., the U.S., Turkey and Greece.
Watch the moment four redundant cooling towers were imploded at a former Yorkshire power plant on Aug. 1. The site will be redeveloped.