A 62-year-old man was killed Tuesday evening when his truck hit a guard rail and crashed on Estaire Road.
With construction expected to be complete in November, Greater Sudbury is restricting traffic again at the corner of Frood Road and Lasalle Boulevard.
Laurentian University provided an update on its plans for the future at a Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce event Tuesday.
An 18-year-old resident of Sagamok First Nation has been charged following an incident Sept. 23.
A Manitoulin Island taxi company owner charged in a historical sexual assault pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Tuesday morning, his second conviction this year.
A new report commissioned by L'Association canadienne-francaise de l'Ontario (L'ACFO), suggests the city of Greater Sudbury could be doing more to protect the French language.
The president of Universite de Sudbury made an impassioned plea to allies of the francophone community on Monday morning in English at Franco-Ontarian Day as the school continues to try and garner support from the provincial government.
Sudbury's downtown mall is vying to become the new home for the city’s main public library.
A senior from Calvin Township died in a crash involving an off-road vehicle on private property east of North Bay on Sept. 20, police say.
A judge in Sudbury, Ont., has rejected claims of self-defence by a man charged with stabbing a victim in the back four times.
A wildfire that began beside railway tracks in the Pointe au Baril area Sunday afternoon is being held.
A retired Ontario Provincial Police detective in Greater Sudbury recently released his first book – David Lalonde penned the fictional mystery novel ‘Death of a Millionaire: An Inspector Jack Butler Mystery.’
A Greater Sudbury driver is accused of travelling 144 km/h in an 80 km/h zone on Radar Road in the city last week, provincial police say.
Friday marked a banner day for two community groups on Manitoulin Island that are still struggling under the weight of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The president of a college in North Bay, Ont., says a recent protest at the school that saw students sleeping in tents was a “publicity stunt” organized by an outside group.
There was no hustle and bustle outside of Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Anthony Rota’s North Bay constituency office on Wednesday.
Four people are facing charges for violating Ontario Fishery Regulations in connection with a recent tournament on Lake Nipissing.
An investigation is underway in MacTier after a Canadian Pacific Kansas City train derailed Wednesday morning.
An Ontario widower, still grieving his wife's death, is unsure how to pay for a medical bill from their last vacation to Florida, which costs more than US$124,000.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered 'unreserved apologies' Wednesday for Parliament's recognition of a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War and said the Canadian government has reached out to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the wake of the incident.
Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu says she hopes to table a piece of legislation this fall that she says is the closest the federal government has come to co-developing law with First Nations.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan said Wednesday she won't recuse herself from Donald Trump's 2020 election interference case in Washington, rejecting the former president's claims that her past comments raise doubts about whether she can be fair.
Dozens of people faced criminal charges Wednesday after authorities said groups of young people, apparently working together, smashed their way into stores in several areas of Philadelphia, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing.
The studio lights are going dark at 'ET Canada.' Corus Entertainment says it has decided to cease production on the long-running Canadian arts and entertainment news magazine after 18 seasons.