Ontario Provincial Police on Manitoulin Island is investigating after a social media account used by Espanola High School was hacked.
Following the biggest single-day surge of COVID cases on Monday, the medical officer of health in Greater Sudbury says the city should be in the red zone, judging by the numbers alone.
Sudbury NDP MPP Jamie West is hosting a town hall Wednesday to voice opposition to expected program and staffing cuts at Laurentian University.
A 36-year-old Sudbury man is facing trafficking and other charges after police pulled him over for speeding Feb. 25.
Two Sudbury area MPs have announced federal funding to hire two youth interns to help local businesses explore and adopt green technologies.
Three Northern Ontario School of Medicine students have created a new app, 'Naloxone North,' which aims to help Ontarians order the life-saving drug at the push of a button.
The COVID-19 situation worsened in Greater Sudbury on Monday, as the health unit reported 32 new infections.
Laurentian University is celebrating the sixth annual Relay for Life event on March 13 as a virtual event.
A Sudbury school under a COVID-19 outbreak will remain closed longer than originally planned.
Sudbury's health unit has reported back-to-back days of double digit COVID-19 daily case counts.
The largest school board in northeastern Ontario has announced a handful of new COVID-19 infections that are impacting multiple schools and classrooms.
Last year 44 influenza cases were recorded in the area, but so far this year Sudbury has zero.
As part of their International Baccalaureate program requirements, four students at Chippewa Secondary School brought the talk of mental health to the forefront at their school.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit has received lab confirmation that two people in the district of Parry Sound have tested positive for one of the COVID-19 variants.
The Porcupine Health Unit is declaring an outbreak of COVID-19 at Pepco in Hearst.
As provinces and territories weigh how they'll handle administering the AstraZeneca doses after a national advisory committee cautioned against giving them to people aged 65 and up, Procurement Minister Anita Anand said the first 500,000 doses are set to land in Canada on Wednesday.
The Canada Revenue Agency says some taxpayers who repaid COVID-19 related benefits in 2020 are getting incorrect tax slips.
Reports of residents in Toronto getting bitten and scratched by raccoons are up over 60 per cent.
Reggae pioneer Bunny Wailer's death at age 73 closes an incredible chapter of music history.
A driver doing doughnuts in the middle of a street in Los Angeles hit a pedestrian, put her in the car, then fled from police.
Scientists used a particle accelerator to learn more about Little Foot, a 3.67-million-year-old Australopithecus fossil.
This artist garnered three million views after she narrowly escaped ruining a prized painting of her grandfather.
Montrealer Carlos Viani shares his 'confinement diaries' – images of how the COVID-19 pandemic is shaping the city.
A 10-second video was sold for US$6.6 million last week, showing just how much the non-fungible token market is booming.
Indonesia's Mount Sinabung sent a plume of ash over 11,000 feet above sea level, the country's volcanic monitoring agency, said.
A Toronto photographer is working with Ugandan girls to preserve their history in pictures.
Federal officials stress the fact Canada now has three vaccines that can drive down hospitalizations and deaths due to COVID-19.
Despite the rise of coronavirus variants that can spread more easily, experts say the risk of surface transmission of the virus continues to be negligible.
As some provinces open COVID-19 vaccinations to their oldest residents, experts say meeting up with older loved ones who’ve received the vaccine remains a dilemma.
The first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine are set to arrive in Canada Wednesday as confusion persists over who should get it.
The Canadian military says aircraft and ships have responded to an emergency aboard a Canadian fishing vessel that has been damaged by fire off of the coast of Nova Scotia.
New advice and the short shelf life of Canada's supply of AstraZeneca vaccines are forcing provinces to pivot their rollout plans.