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A man from Sault Ste. Marie has been charged with arson and manslaughter in connection to a recent fatal fire.
Timmins police are looking for a suspect in the early morning armed robbery at a local hotel.
A new shelter for victims of family violence, based on the Anishinabe culture, opens on Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory.
Because of the shortage of labour in the trucking industry, the province is looking to use the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program to fill positions.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is scheduled to visit a Sudbury area steel fabrication company Wednesday, June 19.
Update on the forest fire situation in Northern Ontario as of Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
A woman from Cochrane wins $250,000 in lottery.
After 16 years, an annual fundraiser in support of breast cancer research is closing the curtain at a Sudbury elementary school. Chelsea Papineau reports.
Less than a year after freezing driver and vehicle fees in Ontario, the Progressive Conservative government is considering raising them again, while bracing for a 'negative reaction.'
Kentucky police have honoured a pizza delivery driver they say rescued two girls who were being abused by their father.
A man is sharing his story of mistaken identity after a person with the same name gets charged with child pornography. Ian Campbell reports.
A long-time manager at Village International, a Sudbury fair trade store, passes away at age 63.
A 140-year-old lighthouse on Manitoulin Island is set to reopen for visitors after being closed for several years. Lyndsay Aelick reports.
Canadian Blood Services is making some changes to mobile clinics in the North.
A North Bay man says he has found success in Canada after immigrating from India eight years ago. Brittany Bortolon reports.
Greater Sudbury Police Service has laid charges in a fatal crash that happened on MR80 in the Greater Sudbury community of Val Caron.
The arrest of a Sudbury man leads to the recovery of over $30,000 worth of stolen items.
Ontario Provincial Police have identified the two people who have died after a head-on collision on Highway 17 Friday night.
GO Transit and Ontario Northland to offer combined train-bus service between Toronto and North Bay.
Sault Ste. Marie police are investigating a suspicious fire that claimed the life of a 65-year-old man.
A petition started by grieving parents in Sault Ste. Marie that recently lost their son to a rare disease to be heard in the House of Commons.
An Alberta couple is holding an essay/letter writing contest and the prize is a house on 40 acres of land.
Sudbury woman is frustrated after wheelchair accessibility issues with two local restaurants.
Many gathered in North Bay for the fifth annual Walk to End ALS.
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