Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger gave his first state-of-the-city address Wednesday in more than two years to a virtual crowd over the lunch hour.
A new film called 'Night Raiders' by a Métis-Cree filmmaker is coming to Sudbury’s Cinefest this weekend.
The proof of COVID-19 vaccination system took effect Wednesday, requiring proof of vaccination to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, cinemas and casinos and indoor recreational facilities.
The widow of a Sudbury man killed on the job in 2019 is sharing the pain she has endured since her husband's death, as one of the companies charged in connection with the tragedy pled guilty in connection with the case.
A Sudbury-based company has received $8 million in private investment to support its work in cancer diagnostic technology.
Sudbury police say they have arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with vehicle theft and several hit-and-run crashes in the city.
With the exception of Sault Ste. Marie, which is still up in the air, Monday's election in northern Ontario left the same parties in charge of the same ridings.
Proof of the COVID-19 vaccination is soon to be the new normal across Ontario and for some of the major hubs in the northeast region, it’s key for their employment.
Canadore College will remain open Sept. 30, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, but will hold a special ceremony to mark the day, along with Orange Shirt Day.
Sudbury fire officials say police and the fire marshal have been called in to investigate a suspicious fire where one person was found dead.
The City of Timmins is joining other Ontario municipalities by bringing in a mandatory vaccine policy.
Sudbury police are asking the public to avoid Longyear Drive in the Falconbridge area as they search for a suspect in a hit-and-run crash.
Two days after the polling stations closed across Canada, Sault Ste. Marie was finally able to announce its winner.
An orthodontist in Timmins and a past president of the Ontario Dental Association says dental care is considered health care, which means dentists will treat anyone in the province regardless of vaccination status.
With no winner yet declared, election officials are scrambling to verify mail-in ballots in the Sault Ste. Marie riding from Monday's federal election.
A suspicious package that led to the evacuation of an area on Pine Street in the Sault contained road flares, police said Wednesday.
The ABC News Breakfast team reacts to feeling a magnitude 5.9 earthquake live on air.
Love can be hard to find during a pandemic. That's why a B.C. man is offering his friends cash bonuses if they can help him find a date.
There's video emerging of a unknown man hanging onto the side of semi-trucks in Atlanta, but it's not the first sighting.
Lava from the La Palma volcano has caused destruction across the Canary Islands.
Meet Ralph and Dorothy Kohler, the longest living married couple in America who just celebrated their 86th wedding anniversary.
While the People's Party of Canada did not manage to gain any seats this federal election, its accruing of the popular vote has experts saying the rise of the far-right populist party cannot be ignored.
Premier Doug Ford welcomed the launch of COVID-19 vaccine certificates in Ontario, saying the system is essential to prevent the province from entering into another lockdown.
Former Nazi death-squad member Helmut Oberlander has died in the midst of his Canadian deportation hearing.
A couple from Louisiana who were vacationing in Jackson, Wyoming, last month said Wednesday they saw an incident involving Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie in a restaurant in one of the last sightings of Petito before her death.
Sherbrooke police is looking for a suspect who allegedly assaulted a nurse in a pharmacy.