The 7th annual Golf Marathon is taking place at Monte Vista Golf Course in support of children’s health in Greater Sudbury.
As Ontario moves into stages that will allow more venues to open, the Sudbury Theatre Centre is now accepting registrations for summer theatre camps.
Officials at Science North say a new exhibit is designed to elevate Indigenous people while providing a hands-on experience with inventions and techniques that still influence society today.
The number of first-year students attending Laurentian University is expected to drop significantly this fall with many who applied and were accepted now getting cold feet.
A 62-year-old man from Brant County drowned over the weekend, West Parry Sound Ontario Provincial Police said in a news release Monday.
A 33-year-old North Bay man is facing attempted murder and assault charges following an incident June 19.
A long-distance runner in Sault Ste. Marie is finishing up a unique journey. Jonathan Mogg has run every single street in the Soo while raising money for ARCH Hospice.
A group of vendors in Sault Ste. Marie are hoping their co-op venture will continue to rebound in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown.
Ontario Lottery & Gaming is again seeing record lottery ticket sales, with an estimated $140 million in prizes up for grabs in tonight’s Lotto Max draw, including a $70 million top prize.
Sault College is responding to an attempted cyberattack by suspending some of its technology services, to protect its network.
The owner of a northern Ontario garden centre says it’s not too late to plant some grass in your yard.
A youth in Temiskaming Shores is facing charges after Ontario Provincial Police responded to a call June 18 about someone making threats.
Heartbreaking discoveries of unmarked burials around the country and a health crisis in Ontario's far north have feelings of sorrow running high for the Grand Chief of the Mushkegowuk Council.
Two people have died from causes related to COVID-19, the Porcupine Health Unit announced Monday.
The City of Timmins can hear the wild blue yonder calling its name now that the re-paving of its runways and taxiways is complete.
A man in Cochrane, Ont. chartered a helicopter to airlift his dog to Espanola for surgery following an encounter with a moose.
Killer rapist Paul Bernardo has been denied parole. Two officers with the Parole Board of Canada took about an hour to reject his release application.
COVID-19 case numbers in Ontario remained below the 300 mark for the second consecutive day Tuesday as the province reported a spike in deaths related to the disease while citing a data cleanup.
Twenty people have been charged and more than $61 million worth of drugs were seized in what Toronto police are calling the largest bust in the service’s history.
All of Quebec will move to the green zone as of Monday, as COVID-19 cases drop and vaccinations continue.
Nova Scotia’s borders will officially open to Atlantic travel as of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, although some restrictions will still apply to those travelling from New Brunswick.
The Canadian Armed Forces ombudsman says the duties of his office are often impeded by operational interference from top military and defence department officials.
Grace Lee reports from Osaka, Japan, on the measures being taken to keep the venues at the upcoming Olympic Games safe from COVID-19.
Experts are warning people to be careful as online rental scams are increasing.
Ryan Brockington and Isaac Webster talk about writing a new book for children that celebrates different types of families.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.
Summer will officially begin late tonight and the season is once again looking above seasonal.