An officer with the Greater Sudbury Police Service, who kept up her attacks on Canada’s vaccine rules months after she was forced to leave an arena in Espanola in September 2021, has been demoted.
Laurentian University has added four people to its board of governors, including an Indigenous health centre CEO and a former Conservative Party campaign director.
The North Bay Battalion are off to a hot start this season. The team sits on top of the OHL’s Central Division and are playing well above .500.
A survey conducted by the Canadian Automobile Association finds that since 2019, there has been a 10 per cent increase in cannabis-impaired drivers.
As groups representing early childhood educators (ECEs) held rallies across Canada on Wednesday in support of a National Day of Action, workers in northern Ontario are speaking out.
A northern Ontario mother is warning parents and guardians about a social media challenge that tricks others into becoming an unsuspecting victim -- including her daughter, who broke her arm.
After a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, White Pines Collegiate in the Sault is again taking to the stage. The high school is in preparations for a production of ‘The Wedding Singer,’ based on the 1998 Adam Sandler movie.
A Toronto-based mining company has been fined $300,000 for a workplace fatality that took place last year at Hemlo Mine near Marathon, Ont.
Officers from Sault Ste. Marie Police Service were called to a 'serious incident' in the area of Douglas Street and Second Avenue Thursday night.
The Timmins and District Hospital's assessment clinic has been busy seeing people with respiratory illnesses.
A Timmins doctor charged with sexual assault in July is facing several more charges after five more people came forward, police said Friday.
Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus says he wants to make sure a disaster such as the Laurentian University insolvency never happens again.
A Timmins family won $147,730 in November's 50/50 draw in support of Timmins and District Hospital Foundation.