Sault Ste. Marie's 20-bed residential withdrawal management facility will soon be accepting clients.
There have been three big instant lottery wins in northern Ontario recently. A Sault senior, a couple from North Bay and a Kapuskasing man are all celebrating wins of $100,000 or more.
A 33-year-old suspect has been charged after police in Elliot Lake received reports of an unconscious driver asleep behind the wheel on McLaren Crescent.
More college and university grads are finding their homeownership dreams further out of reach than in years past.
Garden River First Nation has undergone a major shakeup around its council table.
A sudden death that took place in Elliot Lake on Sept. 9 is not suspicious, East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police said Wednesday.
Protests and counter-protests about gender inclusive education are taking place in communities across northeastern Ontario, here is a look at what is happening and why.
Harvest Algoma is back from the brink of closure. The United Way's community food hub had been looking for another organization to take over operations for months, after growing "too large."
Due to a shortage of available doctors, Manitoulin Health Centre said Tuesday it will only be operating one of its two emergency departments for several days in October.
While no one appears to have been injured, Sault Ste. Marie police say shots were fired on Douglas Street around 1 a.m. Sept. 16.
Police turned the tables on three people chasing a victim down a street in Blind River on Sunday when responding officers began chasing them.
A 71-year-old man from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., found guilty of having and making available child pornography to others, has been sentenced to 30 months in prison.
A suspect already in custody had more than $11,000 in illegal drugs on him, Sault police said Monday.
As the official end of summer nears, more frost advisories have been issued for a second day in a row for several areas in northeastern Ontario.
The Algoma Fall Festival is making its way back to Sault Ste. Marie next month. Hosted by the Algoma Arts Festival Association, the multi-disciplinary event features various artistic mediums including visual art and music.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says it is investigating “a matter” related to the Top 50 Classic tournament held earlier this month on Lake Nipissing.
Red-light cameras in Sudbury have been busy in the last year catching drivers at different locations in the city.
Sudbury’s auditor general is refuting allegations from a road resurfacing company that levelled several personal accusations against city staff that halted work on a project this summer.
The Parole Board of Canada has extended day parole for cop-killer Clinton Suzack for another six months.
A shortage of ophthalmologists has forced health officials with the Timmins and District Hospital to find a new strategy to address wait times, specifically for cataract surgery.
North Bay city council is purchasing a new beach rake worth $100,000 to replace an old unit in order to keep beaches clean.
Premier Doug Ford said he will be reversing his government’s decision to open up the Greenbelt to developers, calling the controversial land removals a “mistake.”
Police in Timmins are investigating a serious motor vehicle collision that took place Thursday morning on Riverside Drive between Joseph Street and Royale Street.
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A Toronto-based law firm was awarded a nearly $4.5 million contract to work on former special rapporteur David Johnston's ill-fated foreign interference probe.
The U.S. is in touch with Indians at high levels after Ottawa said Indian government agents had links to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada, and Washington is giving India no 'special exemption' in the matter, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Thursday.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to arrive in the national capital for his first official visit to Canada since Russia launched a full-scale invasion in February 2022.
An investigation into unmarked graves and missing children by British Columbia's Sto:lo Nation has revealed at least 158 deaths, most of them at an Indigenous hospital.
As Canadians report their frustrations with 'out-of-control' tipping culture, some wonder whether it is time to remove the option to tip at restaurants and is it even possible amid rising food costs?