It has been more than two months since items that the Ontario government considered 'non-essential' have been available for in-person purchase and one Sudbury retailer had a lineup at opening time.
Art Walters of Elliot Lake, Ont., won $4.437 million in the May 22 Lotto 6/49 draw, the Ontario Lottery Corp. said Tuesday.
A humanitarian crisis is quickly overwhelming the remote community of Kashechewan, a northern Ontario First Nation on the coast of James Bay.
Mayors of towns along the Highway 11 corridor in the Porcupine region agree that lockdowns are the right move for COVID hot spot areas.
With the high COVID-19 caseload in the Timmins area -- more than 50 new cases were announced Thursday -- the medical officer of health for the Porcupine Health Unit is extending the current pandemic lockdown until June 24.
June is Seniors Month and Home Instead -- a company that provides caregivers for people in Sudbury and the north -- is helping Nipissing Serenity Hospice with a fundraising campaign.
Weeks after a burial site was uncovered in B.C., more remains were located at a former Regina residential school. Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Here's a tune from the 1930s called 'Deep River Blues' performed by Gus Richard from the Sudbury community of Azilda.
AHS says 10 patients who got COVID-19 in an outbreak at Foothills hospital were fully immunized. Virginia Wright reports.
The popular TV series Letterkenny is shot in Sudbury, and it's about to launch a spinoff called Shoresy, also be shot in the Nickel City.
CTV's Tony Ryma gets tips on caring for plants during extreme summer heat from Jeff Warner of Aidie Creek Gardens.
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