A single-father of six children, five of whom are enrolled in the Calgary Board of Education’s Hub online learning program, thought the course load could be managed with two iPads among them. However, after just a short time, he says meeting the schedule has become too challenging.
A Sudbury city councillor is putting forth a motion that would look into the current regulations surrounding the payday loan industry. Geoff McCausland says he was upset after seeing what he calls an 'unfortunate' billboard heading into the Donovan.
Retired Mountie Katherine Hansen was overjoyed when she was offered a second stint in the RCMP's iconic Musical Ride this summer, but just days before she was to join the team in March, COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the tour season.
Marine authorities were puzzling on Monday over how to persuade at least one wayward humpback whale to leave a murky, crocodile-infested river in northern Australia and continue an annual migration to Antarctica.
Oracle said Monday that the Chinese owner of TikTok has picked the U.S. company to be its 'trusted technology provider,' beating out rival Microsoft in a deal that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the U.S.
Jack Cantin isn't even out of diapers yet and he's already got a international title he can add to his golfing resume. The French River toddler has taken first place in the 'Little Linksters Best Peewee Swing in the World' contest.
'The harm is incredible': Expert says people who were prone to believing in conspiracy theories before the pandemic are far more likely to oppose public measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 as the anti-mask movement continues.
Ontario Provincial Police said a 67-year-old man was found dead in an area where he went to pick blueberries and a black bear that was seen in the vicinity of the man's body was shot and killed by officers.
The lawyer representing a Sudbury doctor who is facing child pornography charges challenged the validity of search warrants and the actions of a police officer in obtaining the passwords to his client's computer.
Three St. Benedict High School students in Sudbury are now officially business owners thanks to business grants from the Ontario government. The budding entrepreneurs made the cut in a program called "Summer Company."
Marc Benoit, owner of Sudbury-based manufacturing company, A-10 Fabrication, has designed a golf ball retriever that will help ensure golfers around the world can stay safe while enjoying the game they love.
Ontario has announced the creation of an “advisory group” that will specifically look into the social and economic barriers young people experience on a day-to-day basis in areas such as education, skills training and employment.
For the first time, Canadian biologists have come up with a list of plants, insects and animals that don't exist in any other country and many of them are in danger of extinction if they haven't died out already.
In the age of COVID-19, millions of people are working from home, and while there are some real pros and cons about staying out of the office, one thing experts want you to look out for is "zoom fatigue."
Two anglers have quite the story to share after rescuing a young moose over the May long weekend. The two Sudbury men were fishing in the bush near St. Charles when they came across the calf, stranded and struggling in Barlow Lake.
As frontline healthcare workers continue to show up to work daily despite the risks of being so close to COVID-19, a new citizen-led initiative in Sudbury is working to make sure those workers don't fear bringing the disease home.
There's controversy brewing in Bonfield after a letter was mass mailed to the entire township from a disgruntled citizen comparing noise from the Bonfield Event Park’s drag strip to the killing of George Floyd in the U.S.
A Massey mother is turning her grief into a mission of mercy with help from her daughters. After losing her son, who struggled with drug addiction earlier this year, her family has decided to forego Christmas to help the Sudbury's less fortunate.
University officials say students may face 'significant penalties' for flouting COVID-19 guidelines as part of an effort to cut down on 'superspreader' events, warning that outbreaks sparked by students put vulnerable communities at risk.
Researchers in China have observed a curious link in one of the more specific COVID-19 studies to come out of this pandemic: hospitalized COVID-19 patients were less likely to wear glasses than the average population.