Three Cochrane men have been fined a total of $9,500 in connection with moose hunting violations that took place in October 2018.
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Canada's newest millionaires are a sweet, retired working-class couple from the town of Hearst in northern Ontario.
A Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry investigation has resulted in three men from southern Ontario being fined a total of $10,000 for moose hunting violations in the north from two years ago.
Two people are facing $9,000 in fines for an illegal moose hunt in 2019 near Hearst, and a later attempt to cover up the incident by claiming the animal was shot by a member of a First Nation.
In this week's gardening segment, Tony Ryma talks to master gardener James St. John about growing your own cannabis for personal use.
A manslaughter charge has been laid in the death of Carson Crimeni, two years after the Langley, B.C., teenager's life was cut short.
Health officials are warning people at two recent gatherings - in Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin Island - of COVID-19 exposure.
It was an emotional day in a Sudbury courtroom today as a man was sentenced for a 2019 stabbing death in downtown Sudbury.
Sudbury musician Larry Berrio is staging a concert Saturday to help a local club and the Big Brothers-Big Sisters organization.
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The Mud Dogs, from New Liskeard, cover 'Lookin Out My Backdoor' by Creedence Clearwater Revival