The Sudbury Wolves hockey team called an 'emergency' news conference Thursday afternoon, saying it had some 'big' news to announce.
Hero welcomes for first responders don’t get much better than the one French River Fire Chief Roch Bigras received as he returned home on Wednesday to Noelville.
Dec. 6 is Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. It started in 1991 following the femicides of 14 young women at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal in 1989.
Police have arrested and charged two people after a traffic stop early Thursday morning in West Nipissing.
Many young people who play hockey dream about representing Canada at the World Junior championship, including two North Bay Battalion players who are going to Hockey Canada’s selection camp.
The effectiveness of northern Ontario hospital care is the focus of one of the Auditor General's annual value-for-money reports released Wednesday.
The Ontario Provincial Police Criminal Investigation Branch has laid criminal charges against a member of the Thunder Bay Police Service.
A video posted online shows a quick-thinking 24-year-old driver narrowly missing a head-on collision on a northern Ontario highway.
A 25-year-old snow machine driver has been charged following a collision in Timmins on Dec. 2.