Northern Ontario was disproportionately affected by the pandemic, according to the Northern Policy Institute.
Officers responded to the occurrence where a youth had entered into a verbal dispute with the 58-year-old resident of Wende Street.
Basketball has returned to the streets of Timmins, with the ‘Blacktop 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament’ taking over part of the city’s downtown Saturday.
The ‘Walk of Sorrow’ is passing through the north once again, to continue raising awareness of the lasting impacts of the residential school system and call for action.
After a successful July of summer programming and events the Municipality of Val Rita-Harty decides to continue for August as well.
The Ontario Provincial Police have charged a person in connection to a fire which damaged two residences on Government Road West in Kirkland Lake on May 5.
The Ontario Provincial Police executed a search warrant on a residence on Main Street in the Town of Kirkland Lake on Aug. 4.
Exhibit shows the expedition of Paul Commanda.
Kirkland Lake resident wins over $625,000 in LOTTO MAX draw.
The Timmins Chamber of Commerce is once again offering free rapid antigen screening kits to businesses and organizations in the region.
Timmins Police Service have charged a 79-year-old driver with failing to yield after a 72-year-old motorcycle driver was struck on Algonquin Boulevard this week.
The Stardust Festival is underway in Cochrane this week, special guests from NASA and Jeff Beso’s space exploration company, Blue Origin, are on hand to talk about careers available in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) field.
Students in Ontario schools will not be required to wear masks come the fall semester, the Ministry of Education confirmed Monday.
When schools in one North Carolina county reopen later this month, new security measures will include stocking AR-15 rifles for school resource officers to use in the event of an active shooter.
A suspect already in handcuffs managed to overpower a Toronto police officer and steal their SUV, sending police on a wild early morning chase in the city’s midtown area on Monday.
Alberta Health Services has issued an enforcement order against a Banff home after an inspection discovered that as many as 42 people were staying inside the property, saying the maximum number of occupants of the facility 'was exceeded.'
Here's what you need to know as Ontario's politicians return to Queen's Park.
China said Monday it was extending threatening military exercises surrounding Taiwan that have disrupted shipping and air traffic and substantially raised concerns about the potential for conflict in a region crucial to global trade.
Air Canada denied a customer complaint and instructed employees to classify flight cancellations caused by staff shortages as a "safety" problem, which would exclude travellers from compensation under federal regulations. That policy remains in place.
A flash mob that started with a dance in Ottawa's ByWard Market ended with a 'Yes' as a Barrhaven man proposed.
Environment Canada has extended heat warnings in a number of provinces, as unseasonably hot conditions continue across the country.
A state of emergency remains in place for central Newfoundland, as well as a provincewide outdoor fire ban, as a long-burning forest fire continues to grow.
Pfizer’s antiviral medication Paxlovid is designed to reduce the risk of hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19. It’s approved for use in Canada, but the rules about who can prescribe and dispense it vary by province.