Multiple people injured following explosion at Mississaug...
Peel police say there are multiple injuries following an explosion at a Mississauga plaza Thursday night.
15 people injured following explosion at Mississauga rest...
Fifteen people are hurt after an explosion an Indian restaurant at a Mississauga plaza Thursday night.
2 males wanted after improvised explosive device detonate...
Police say an improvised explosive device is responsible for an explosion at a Mississauga restaurant that injured 15 people, including three who paramedics ...
Trudeau accepts award for LGBTQ advocacy
Trudeau accepts award for LGBTQ advocacy, says more work to be done
Ottawa police investigate assault at Christian Science Re...
Ottawa police are investigating allegations of an assault at the Christian Science Reading Room on Laurier Ave.
Multiple injuries reported in Mississauga restaurant expl...
Multiple injuries are being reported following an explosion at a Mississauga plaza. Peel Regional Police say they were called to the area of Hurontario Stree...
Amazon to bring 1,000 jobs to Ottawa with new warehouse
Two MPs are confirming online retail giant Amazon is set to make a major investment in Ottawa, with a warehouse that will employ roughly 1,000 people.
Victor closure may not be the last seen of De Beers
De Beers Canada has been actively searching for an opportunity to prolong its stay in Attawapiskat, beyond the lifespan of the Victor diamond mine.
Walnut Studios artists find new workspace after devastati...
After losing thousands of dollars worth of artwork and supplies in a devastating fire at Walnut Studios over the weekend, a small group of Toronto artists ar...
Police ID woman killed in targeted attack
Woman killed in 'targeted attack' at Toronto apartment, police say
Woman, 21, identified as Annex murder victim
Toronto police have identified a 21-year-old woman who was murdered in the Annex on Wednesday afternoon. Police were called to the area of Kendal Avenue and ...
Ford denies claims he sold bogus memberships
Three major party leaders in southern Ont. today, 2 weeks from voting day
Sudbury Blues for Food set to return
28th annual music event in support of the Sudbury Food Bank
Curtain going up at Timmins High School
Timmins high school students to share award-winning local play with the community.
This Grade 5 student says 'it's important to talk' about ...
Grade 5 Shanty Bay Public School student, Madison McDermott, wrote and illustrated a new book titled You Are Never Alone that explores the challenges of livi...
Northern NDP candidates get big endorsement
President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation visits the North to endorse NDP candidates.
Hot weather arrives in Timmins
Environment Canada issues a special weather statement for the Timmins area, how do residents feel?
$5M in Connecting Link work this summer in Timmins
City council has voted to move forward with the 2018 version of the Connecting Link program at a cost of $5.1-million for reconstructing a portion of Highway...
More than 3,500 homes, businesses without power in Vaughan
More than 3,500 homes and businesses are without power in Vaughan Thursday evening.
Nearly 100 homes, businesses without power in Vaughan
Alectra Utilities says 89 homes and businesses are without power in Vaughan Thursday evening.
Power restored to more than 3,500 homes, businesses in Va...
Alectra Utilities says 89 homes and businesses are without power in Vaughan Thursday evening.
North Bay City Council considers building height rules
In an effort to attract more development, the City of North Bay is considering changing the building height rules. Joey Slattery reports.
Sault paper mill makes cultural landmark list
A Sault Ste. Marie mill places on National Trust for Canada’s Top 10 Endangered Places list. Jairus Patterson reports.
Fire destroys historic northern Ontario church
A historic northern Ontario church was destroyed Wednesday evening after a wildfire spread to the nearly 70-year-old structure.
How to protect yourself from financial abuse
CARP’s new National Director of Law, Policy and Aging talks about advance care planning and elder abuse. Lyndsay Moggy reports.
Gatineau cycling plan calls for major expansion
Gatineau, Que., is hoping to add nearly 150 kilometres to its existing 300-kilometre bike lane network by 2025.
Toddler died after being left in a vehicle and exposed to...
Tenants of a Burlington building where toddler was found dead in a vehicle Wednesday have hosted a prayer vigil and plan to wrap the boy's "wonderful family"...
Police confirm toddler died after being left in a vehicle...
Tenants of a Burlington building where toddler was found dead in a vehicle Wednesday have hosted a prayer vigil and plan to wrap the boy's "wonderful family"...
Police confirm Burlington, Ont., toddler died after being...
An autopsy has concluded a toddler left in a car parked outside a television station in Burlington, Ont., Wednesday died after being exposed to high temperat...
Police confirm toddler died from being left in hot vehicl...
An autopsy has concluded a toddler left in a car parked outside a television station in Burlington, Ont., Wednesday died after being exposed to high temperat...
Liberals promise better access to pensions for Ontario’s ...
“Portable pensions” for workers to take with them from job to job would be created under a provincial Liberal government, leader Kathleen Wynne says.
Autopsy says toddler’s death consistent with being left i...
An autopsy has determined that a 3-year-old boy found unresponsive in a vehicle in Burlington died as a result of being left in a hot car. Halton police say ...
Ford dismisses bogus party member allegations
Three major party leaders in southern Ont. today, 2 weeks from voting day
What type of maintenance should you give your lawn?
This week on Tony’s Green Thumb, James St. John talks about creating a healthy lawn. Tony Ryma reports.
Local makeup artist launches own product line
The story of one Sudbury woman’s journey to make her dreams a reality. Rebecca Nobrega reports.
4th annual Sudbury cancer centre fundraiser
Walk/Run/Bike for Hope this weekend raises money for the cancer treatment centre in Sudbury. Tony Ryma reports.
Provincial candidates lock horns at Timmins debate
The Timmins all-candidates debate for the Ontario June 7 election was pretty much a friendly affair Wednesday night until there was a bit of a dust-up involv...
Study shows mercury's toll in Grassy Narrows
Study on health impact of mercury contamination in Grassy Narrows to be released
Police officers rescue woman who got stuck in bathtub for...
Police in a community north of Toronto say a woman has been rescued after spending nearly three days stuck in a bathtub. South Simcoe police say officers wer...
Thunder Bay police charge 20-year-old man with attempted ...
Officers in Thunder Bay, Ont. say they have arrested a man allegedly involved in the Mac's Convenience Store robbery on Red River Road on Wednesday morning.
Woman stuck in bathtub for 70 hours: police
Police officers rescue woman who got stuck in bathtub for 70 hours
Car2Go to end Toronto operations in May
Car2Go to end Toronto operations in May over city parking regulations
Parents left in the lurch after play centre closes
A shuttered children’s indoor playground in Vaughn is promising to refund parents after it closed suddenly, leaving at least one mom with a lack of answers a...
Student voters look for tuition help
Student voters look for tuition, mental-health help
Culvert failure closes Highway 631 from White River to Ho...
Ontario Provincial Police in the Superior East detachment are advising drivers that highway 631 from White River, Ont. to Hornpayne will be closed due to a c...
Remains found near Highway 401 those of missing Toronto m...
Ontario Provincial Police say the human remains found near Highway 401 in Scarborough are those of a man who had been reported missing in Toronto.
'Black widow' star sighting one of the highest-resolution...
Imagine walking out to your backyard, setting up a telescope, pointing it at Pluto and being able to see a flea on its surface.
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