The recent fluctuating weather has impacted outdoor sports this winter in northern Ontario.
Sudbury District Restorative Justice has been serving Greater Sudbury, Espanola, Manitoulin Island and Chapleau for nearly two decades.
Dozens of Ukrainian newcomers who recently arrived in Canada experienced a hockey game for the first time Thursday night.
Looking ahead to the 2026 municipal election, North Bay city councillor Jamie Lowery wants to change the way municipal politicians are elected.
The manager of a Tim Hortons in North Bay was wrong to fire a long-term employee because of her physical limitations, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has ruled.
A survey on parking at city-owned lots throughout the city, as well as on-street parking downtown, began recently in the Sault.
Crews were able to isolate the outage to Steven Street, and as a result, Great Northern Road will be reduced to one lane at Stevens Street to McNabb Street, PUC said Friday afternoon.
A busy Sault Ste. Marie intersection could be getting a makeover. City officials have taken the next steps towards expanding the junction, or adding to neighbouring roads, but they need public input to do so.
A project decades in the making is taking a major step forward in providing state-of-the-art healthcare to the James and Hudson Bay area.
The provincial government has announced applications are open for programs that support economic development for Indigenous people, organizations and communities.
A 34-year-old Timmins man is facing numerous charges following an incident in the north end of the city Thursday morning.
Police seized about $20,000 in narcotics in a raid of a northern Ontario home on Wednesday and now six people are facing charges.
A Laval, Que. man considered one of Canada's most wanted criminals has been arrested in Mexico on allegations of pimping and serious sexual offences. A Canada-wide warrant was for Blake Charbonneau's arrest last year, with a reward of up to $50,000 offered last year for information that could lead to his capture.
The body of a 29-year-old Sudbury nurse was recovered Wednesday night from a lake near Parry Sound after her snowmobile went through the ice, police say.
People can pay tribute to former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley this weekend as he lies in state for two days at the legislature before his funeral Monday.
When the cold and snow have people hunkering down, these outdoor enthusiasts find motivation in braving the Canadian winter through community and sport.
The nation and the city of Memphis struggled to come to grips Saturday with video showing police pummeling Tyre Nichols -- footage that left many unanswered questions about the traffic stop involving the Black motorist and about other law enforcement officers who stood by as he lay motionless on the pavement.
A Peterborough, Ont. man attended a Toronto Maple Leafs game to complete his bucket list a day before passing. Heather Butts reports.