The Super Bowl is Sunday in Phoenix and officials with the Responsible Gambling Council said a recent survey found that almost half of Ontario’s regular sports bettors plan to wager on the big game.
In a case that dates to 2007, Wayne Foster, a former police officer in Sudbury, has been charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of sexual exploitation.
A grieving family in Noelville, Ont., is reeling after a judge dismissed a trial connected to a 2019 workplace fatality involving a close family member.
One person is in hospital with injuries and is also in police custody following a fire Wednesday on Main Street East in North Bay.
Spring is more than five weeks away, but some bears are already coming out of hibernation after one was spotted near a North Bay high school.
A new survey from the Bank of Montreal found Canadians think they will need $1.7 million in savings to retire, up 20 per cent from a couple of years ago.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is out with its annual Ontario Economic Report, which paints a gloomy economic picture for the province.
With less than a week until Valentine’s Day, the push is on for both florists and chocolatiers.
A body was found after a suspicious structure fire near Blind River, east of Sault Ste. Marie, on Monday morning, police say.
First Nations leaders are urging the Prime Minister to meet with them directly to discuss health care funding.
Planning for retirement or death may not be a pleasant task, but the Timmins Chamber of Commerce wants members to understand the importance of having a succession plan that will ensure their hard-earned companies live on.