Members of the North Bay Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police and a Québec family are marking a grim 10-year anniversary, but remain committed to resolving the suspicious disappearance of a young resident.
A Temiskaming Shores resident has been charged with impaired driving after their snowmobile hit an ice hut, police said.
The airsoft community, that uses low-power guns that fire lightweight plastic pellets, is finding itself in the government's crosshairs with a new bill that could wipe out the hobby and one northern business is not going down without a fight.
The area covered by the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit will emerge from lockdown in the coming days, Ontario's chief medical officer of health said Thursday.
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the death of a 37-year-old after finding the person unresponsive at a Temiskaming Shores home.
In an effort to attract students from southern Ontario, six northern colleges are banding together to promote the north. Study North aims to offer southern students a northern educational alternative.
Citing declining numbers, the Ontario government has announced it is closing 26 youth detention centres, including several in the northeast.
Few details are available, but an explosion levelled a dormitory Wednesday in the Municipality of McDougall, north of Parry Sound.
The North Bay Police Service, working with Ontario Provincial Police and Ottawa police, arrested three people Feb. 28 in an enforcement operation dubbed 'Project Northern Lights.'
As part of their International Baccalaureate program requirements, four students at Chippewa Secondary School brought the talk of mental health to the forefront at their school.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit has received lab confirmation that two people in the district of Parry Sound have tested positive for one of the COVID-19 variants.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit is reminding the public of the Ontario Ministry of Health’s updated guidelines for self-isolation, even if you only have one symptom of COVID-19.
Two Towns Past Powassan, a limited-edition craft beer, has been flying off the shelves since being released by New Ontario Brewing in North Bay.
A young girl in Timmins is turning heads with her ability to operate a snow machine at the age of three.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts said Friday pre-registration for the COVID-19 vaccine is now available for adults 80 years of age and older and people who receive chronic home care services.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts reported 30 new COVID-19 infections Friday, including 29 in Greater Sudbury and one in Sudbury district.
Greater Sudbury will move into the red-control COVID framework on Monday, the province announced Friday afternoon.
A York Region doctor accused of sexual assault faces additional charges after police say more victims came forward with allegations.
The Ontario government has released a detailed list of people who will be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase 2 of the province’s distribution plan, which officials say focuses on age and at-risk groups.
The first one-shot COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson has been authorized by Health Canada, making it the fourth vaccine that can be administered to Canadians.
Wayne Gretzky confirmed on Thursday night that his father, Walter Gretzky, has died.
Bhangra dancer gets shoutout from Canada’s top doctor
Purr-fect rescue: The Royal Thai Navy is being praised for saving four cats trapped on a sinking boat.
For the second time this week, a pair of astronauts are getting the International Space Station ready for new solar panels.
The U.S Coast Guard released video showing joint efforts by Canadian and U.S. teams to rescue 31 crew members from a sinking vessel.
An oil refinery in northern Alberta added a four-legged robot dog to its workforce.
In this 1999 interview, Walter Gretzky reflects on his son Wayne Gretzky's retirement.
A Toronto woman is warning others about a taxi scam where perpetrators stole some $3,700 from her bank accounts.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that Pfizer-BioNTech has agreed to move up a portion of its vaccines scheduled for the summer, with an additional 1.5 million doses arriving in March.
Ontario has announced Toronto and Peel Region will move into the grey zone of the province's COVID-19 reopening framework Monday, lifting the stay-at-home order and allowing some businesses to open their doors for the first time since last November.
There's a possibility that British Columbians could be living in a "post-pandemic world" by the summer if things go according to plan, Dr. Bonnie Henry said Thursday.
While public health measures to help limit the spread of COVID-19 have made some Canadians feel lonely or isolated, experts say these restrictions have had the opposite effect on others, leaving families and couples who live and work in the same space with little time for themselves.