It's an understatement to say people in Greater Sudbury were shocked in May 2019 when Sudbury nephrologist Dr. Ian MacDonald was charged with using a computer at Health Sciences North to access child pornography.
But bigger shocks were to come.
Waterloo firearms seller Trigger Wholesale, Inc. is facing allegations that it is millions of dollars in debt, and that its directors and officers were behind what its creditor calls “a massive fraud.”
A former Sudbury woman who drove to Orillia to sign a lease for a new apartment has won a human rights complaint after the landlord suddenly refused to rent to her when he learned the size of her family.
His name is Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin. He comes with nearly 30 years of military experience, but now he's in for a mission like no other: overseeing the herculean logistical effort to see vaccines make their way across the country and into the arms of millions of Canadians in 2021.
An undercover investigation inside an Ontario pig farm reveals shocking conditions, and alleged abuse and neglect. W5 investigates how new laws may soon make it illegal to reveal what goes on behind the barn door.
The mayor of Sarnia is warning that the economies of two countries will be put at risk if the governor of Michigan proceeds with a move to shut down an oil and gas pipeline that runs under the St. Clair River.