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Officials in Sudbury say the city is seeing an increasing number of suspected overdoses.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is looking for the individuals who shot two bear cubs.
The Sault Ste. Marie Remembrance Day ceremony will be heavily scaled down this year due to COVID-19.
Ottawa Public Health reports the outbreak is at Assumption School on Levis Avenue in Vanier. Two students have tested positive for the virus.
The outdoor farmers market will run until Oct.12 before moving inside for the winter.
Health officials in Ontario are confirming more than 400 new cases of COVID-19 for the third day in a row.
Quebec public health authorities announced Saturday that 71,005 people have tested positive for COVID-19, and 5,821 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.
In a recent survey funded by the Heart & Stroke Foundation results show young adults aged 16-24 are vaping less compared to before COVID-19.
The Porcupine United Church is 83-years-old. Most of its parishioners are over the age of 60 and it's one of the reasons the board has decided to put its pews up for sale.
CTVNews.ca looks at the policies of 18 school boards and regions across the country to get a snapshot of the different COVID-19 protocols and policies for students who become sick.
The chief suspect in a double stabbing in Paris told investigators he carried out the attack in anger over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad recently republished by satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, a judicial official said Saturday.
Health officials in Sudbury have confirmed two new cases of COVID-19.
Members of the Batchewana First Nation in Sault Ste. Marie spent Friday building a teaching lodge at the new train station for the Agawa Canyon Train Tour.
North Bay’s manufacturing sector is getting a significant boost from the Doug Ford Conservatives, which will create up to 15 new full-time jobs.
Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton announced nearly $2 million in jobs training for northern Ontario Friday morning as part of his province-wide tour.
Some residents in North Bay are hoping to change a current bylaw that says resident can't keep chickens in their backyard.
Film production is making a return to Greater Sudbury, as the local film and television sector recovers following months of shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater Sudbury Fire Services are on the scene in downtown Sudbury battling a fire at St. Andrew's Place.
Sudbury Student Services Consortium said it will have a fourth week of school bus cancellations affecting 14 routes due to the ongoing driver shortage.
Someone in Sault Ste. Marie is calling residents pretending to be selling tickets for the Sault Area Hospital 50/50 draw fundraiser.
The University of Sudbury and the French-Canadian association of Sudbury celebrated Franco-Ontario Day with a flag-raising Friday morning at the site where it all began.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is rejecting suggestions that his party will call an early election to take advantage of his soaring poll numbers thanks to his government's ongoing pandemic response.
A Greater Sudbury Police officer acted within the law during a June 12 arrest that left a suspect with a fractured hand, a provincial police watchdog has concluded.
The Ontario government is slapping tighter restrictions on restaurants and bars, as well as ordering strips clubs to close, in an effort to crackdown on "outbreak clusters" of COVID-19.