A Sault Ste. Marie family is excited to move into their new home after being selected by Habitat For Humanity to take ownership of the agency's recently completed house on Wellington Street West.
Snowmobilers, UTV and snow bike racers from across Canada are in Sault Ste. Marie to participate in the 2022 Snowcross racing event.
The Ministry of Transportation is reporting the closure of Highway 17 in both directions from White River to Batchewana Bay following a snowfall warning from Environment Canada.
A professor at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie is being recognized by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities for her research in health sciences.
Sault Ste. Marie Fire Services say there were no injuries following an apartment fire in the city Friday morning.
Sault Ste. Marie's police chief is urging the public to share tips with police about criminal activity, as the latest statistics from the Sault showing more guns being taken off the streets.
A 65-year-old man from Sault Ste. Marie is facing more than a dozen charges after he accidentally shot himself in the leg earlier this month.
Sault Area Hospital has piloted an identification program for caregivers that aims to improve communication between caregivers and medical professionals across the province.
A former nurse in Sault Ste. Marie says she is willing to re-enter the profession to help with Ontario's nursing shortage. But she says regulatory roadblocks are holding up her application to have her license reinstated.
Ontario's Special Investigations Unit has found no criminal police wrongdoing in a Sault Ste. Marie shootout resulting in the death of a 19-year-old man last September.
There is a new trend in the personal care industry, offering silent appointments for clients who want to relax and not hold a conversation.
Restaurants Canada said restaurants in Ontario will need more time and clarity from the Ford government when indoor dining resumes.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) from the Manitoulin detachment raided a home on Hardwood Road in Baldwin Township on Friday.
After the past 25 months, forgetting the pandemic for even a little while may sound like a fantasy -- after all, the coronavirus has gotten our hopes up before. But infectious disease experts say there just may be an end in sight.
The number of lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ontario has passed 1,000,000 as deaths related to the disease total more than 11,000.
A cruise ship that was supposed to dock in Miami has instead sailed to the Bahamas, after a U.S. judge granted an order to seize the vessel as part of a lawsuit over US$4 million in unpaid fuel.
Temperatures are set to plunge once again and with the bitter cold plumbers throughout Northern Ontario have been busy dealing with frozen pipes.
A man pleaded guilty Monday to abducting 4-year-old Cleo Smith from her family's camping tent on Australia's west coast last year.
A federation representing truckers across Canada has denounced a series of planned protests against the federal government's cross-border travel vaccine mandate, arguing such demonstrations aren't a safe or effective way of resisting the policy.
Tensions soared Monday between Russia and the West over concerns that Moscow is planning to invade Ukraine, with NATO outlining potential troop and ship deployments, Britain saying it would withdraw some diplomats from Kyiv, and Ireland denouncing upcoming Russian war games off its coast as unwelcome.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
An Ontario man thought he won more than $1,400 on a sports bet, only to find out that when it comes to tie games, definitions differ.
Doctors in Maryland performed a medical first, transplanting a genetically-altered pig heart on a 57-year old man.
As the United States and the United Kingdom withdraw embassy and diplomatic staff from Ukraine amid the ongoing buildup of Russian troops at the borders, Canadian officials won't say whether their diplomats will follow suit.
Self-testing COVID-19 rapid antigen tests authorized by Health Canada for purchase and use by the general public contain very low quantities of ingredients that are potentially harmful in larger amounts.
Quebecers will have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter big-box stores with a surface area of more than 1,500 square metres, except for grocery stores or pharmacies.
While Canadian authorities have yet to confirm the identities of the three Canadians shot at a resort near Playa de Carmen, Mexico, reports from Mexican media indicate that at least one Canadian killed was allegedly linked to an international criminal organization.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accuses conservatives of fear mongering when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for truckers.
Sylvain Charlebois of the Dalhousie Agri-Food Analytics Lab says vaccine mandates could close the border to about 140,000 truck drivers.
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