After receiving multiple complaints, police in Timmins are warning ATV drivers to stay off city streets.
The Timmins Police Service has charged nine people following raids Tuesday of residences on Rea Street South and James Avenue.
During a virtual meeting with the Timmins news media, the medical officer of health for the Porcupine Health unit expressed her grave concerns about climbing COVID-19 case numbers and variants of concerns.
A bison found on the property of Cedar Meadows Resort and Spa in Timmins is causing some people in the area to take risks to get a closer look.
Two Sudbury men, ages 31 and 33, are facing impaired driving and other charges after Ontario Provincial Police pulled them over in Cochrane on April 29.
The theme for this year's Canadian Mental Health Week is to 'Get Real' about how you feel. Mental health professionals said during the virtual launch of the week's activities that heavy feelings lighten when people put into words what they are feeling.
Northern Ontario health officials are advising the public about the risk of possible COVID-19 exposure on a recent train route.
Some quick-thinking residents in Kirkland Lake saved the life of a child who fell into the Blanche River on Sunday evening.
The Porcupine Health Unit (PHU) has declared an outbreak at the YMCA Poplar child care centre in Timmins. Four individuals from the YMCA have now tested positive for COVID-19.
People in Ontario's trucking industry believe that while the issues that are causing small trucking businesses to shutter and keeping drivers out of work are complicated — impact is clear and serious.
Timmins city council has decided to fulfill a promise made one-hundred and three years ago by the Town of Timmins council in 1918.
Timmins Police Service officials are warning people who sell their crafts and other products at public markets to be aware of a new scam that's targeting them.
Three people from around northern Ontario have been charged for breaking gathering rules under Ontario's stay-at-home order following a protest in Kirkland Lake.
Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger says he hasn't lobbied local Liberal MPs to get the federal government to intervene in the crisis at Laurentian University.
Three more people have been charged by the Ontario Provincial Police in connection with a January shooting in Espanola.
The Ontario Conservation Officers Association has named Sudburian Peter Koskela the 2021 Conservation Officer of the Year.
A 56-year-old Sudbury woman was killed Tuesday evening when her vehicle struck a moose on Highway 69 in Wallbridge Township, north of Parry Sound.
The North Bay Police Service said Wednesday afternoon that the situation in the area of Lee Avenue, Lakeshore Drive, and MacDonald Avenue East has ended.
In a statement Wednesday, Canadore College and Nipissing University announced it was reversing its earlier decision that gave 200 nursing students "unsatisfactory" or "in progress" grades for their clinical courses.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Abdu Sharkawy weighs in on what a post-pandemic world might look like, and how we'll get there.
The adorable boy ordered some sprinkle donuts and gave the workers some smiles!
A woman who purchased a condo in Old Montreal says she was hit with a surprise $50,000 increase; the builder blames construction costs.
Merella Fernandez has the story of a former Syrian refugee's journey coming full circle back to the hotel that first gave him shelter.
Heather Butts has the story of a trio of newborn tiger cubs that have the Toronto Zoo roaring with excitement.
Following Wednesday's announcement that Health Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children ages 12 and up, provinces are now deciding how their vaccine rollouts will reflect this information moving forward.
Experts warn there could be a dramatic rise in the number of cases of chronic fatigue syndrome in the wake of the pandemic as some patients with long-term COVID-19 symptoms develop the debilitating disease.
Indigenous groups from across the country held grieving ceremonies on Wednesday to remember the nearly 1,200 missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada.
Canada is sending as many as 25,000 vials of the antiviral remdesivir and up to 350 ventilators from its National Emergency Strategic Stockpile to help respond to the critical COVID-19 situation in India.
New polling data by Nanos Research has found a strong majority of Canadians are in favour of travellers being required to show proof of vaccination prior to domestic travel or to attend a large group gathering.