With news that the two people who died in the outbreak at the Lancelot-Skyline apartments in North Bay had the COVID variant, the medical officer of health says the area's lockdown is likely going to be extended.
It’s now almost the end of February and the Ontario Hockey League season still hasn’t started and officials say, right now, there is still no date on when players might be able to return to the ice.
A second person has died as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak at the Skyline-Lancelot apartment building in North Bay.
The City of North Bay has been named No. 1 in a race no community wants to win: government secrecy.
North Bay health officials continue to investigate a COVID outbreak at a long-term care home after conflicting expert opinions following 13 staff members testing positive for the disease.
North Bay firefighters are battling a huge fire at the Midas automotive shop on Main Street East.
North Bay OPP arrest a man for impaired driving following a two-vehicle crash and find cocaine and Percocet.
While its Sudbury YMCA facility is back open, its North Bay centre remains closed due to the region’s extended stay-at-home order.
In an update posted to its website, Cassellholme said seven of its staff members who originally tested positive for COVID-19 were reassessed and later tested negative.
One person is facing drugs and weapons charges after police responded to a medical distressed call.
Some North Bay business owners are feeling ‘disheartened’ after the province announced the stay-at-home for the North Bay-Parry Sound district would be extended until at least March 8th.
A city councillor in North Bay is asking council to reopen the already approved operating and capital budget in the wake of the area’s extended stay-at-home order.
Called 'Community Pass,' the app allows users to conduct screening and check-ins before entering businesses, upload positive COVID-19 test results and send in papers confirming your vaccination.
Timmins police say what started as an online romance turned into a tragedy: a 25-year-old woman became a victim of human trafficking.
Jeff Shrigley, a funeral director at Lougheed Funeral Homes, says he was bullied from Grade 3-9. He’s sharing his story to help others.
A 29-year-old man has died following a fatal industrial crash Wednesday afternoon on Powerhouse Road near the Wabagishik Power Plant.
Three people from Sudbury are facing numerous drug and weapons charges after Greater Sudbury Police raided a residence in the South End of the city Feb. 20.
Motorists in Greater Sudbury travelling near Skead Road and Radar Road should expect delays, police said Wednesday afternoon.
From 'covidiots' to 'quarantini' and 'Zoom bombing,' many new words and phrases have become common in how people talk about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on their everyday lives.
Technology solved the mystery behind a tiny cryptic message in one of the world's most iconic paintings that stumped experts for over a century.
An Arizona teen admitted to police that he faked his own kidnapping to get out of going to work.
Dashcam video captured the moment a dump truck collided with a barrier along the I-405 north of Renton, Wash.
A large gaggle of snow geese blotted out the sky over Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge in Garden City, Missouri.
A flippered forager was taken away in the back of a police cruiser after it was found wandering the streets of Charlottetown
Hockey card collecting has seen a huge rise in popularity over the past few months, especially with news about a few rare cards selling for six figures.
A train carrying liquid petroleum exploded after a collision with an 18-wheeler in Cameron, Texas.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says U.S. leadership has been 'sorely missed' over the past few years.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says Admiral Art McDonald has voluntarily stepped down as chief of the defence staff as he is investigated on unspecific allegations.
As the vaccine rollout picks up, a sweeping new national survey is looking for more than half a million Canadians willing to provide information on any adverse events that occur after vaccination.
The federal taxpayers' watchdog says complaints to his office spiked in the hours after he went public with concerns about how the Canada Revenue Agency locked users out of their online accounts.
Canada has now administered the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 3.08 per cent of the country's population.
The federal government will be back in court this morning to seek a fourth extension to the court-imposed deadline for expanding access to medical assistance in dying.