Sudbury bar celebrates its history
The Townehouse Tavern in Sudbury stages a 30th anniversary celebration but looks back even further.
City seeks freedom to support local suppliers
Timmins city council has given unanimous support to a motion by Mayor Steve Black that asks the province to give rural and remote municipalities the exemptio...
Do you know the fire code? How Toronto tenant advocates a...
The Federation of Metro Tenants' Associations is working on an upcoming fire code overview designed specifically for tenants that it hopes to release on its ...
Two men injured, one seriously, in double stabbing in Mis...
One man is in serious condition following a double stabbing in Mississauga. Peel Regional police were called to the area of Fieldgate Drive and Bloor Street ...
'Like an open wound': Elliot Lake mall site still vacant ...
The community of Elliot Lake, Ont., is marking a tragic anniversary on Friday. Five years ago, a deadly mall roof collapse killing two of their citizens. The...
Ontario to offer genital transitional surgery in 2018
The Ontario government is increasing access to transition-related surgeries in the province.
Crime prevention murals complete in the Sault
Toronto street artist Magic-Finnga Wong has wrapped up his pair of murals in Sault Ste. Marie.
Legal clinic challenges Ontario panhandling law as uncons...
Gerry Williams was struggling to break a cycle of homelessness, alcoholism and post-traumatic stress disorder on the streets of Toronto as he was handed near...
Teen death investigation gets outside help
Chief coroner asks outside force to probe indigenous teen deaths in Thunder Bay
Abusive husband demands spousal support after woman leave...
A woman who was beaten by her husband regularly for 18 years — he pleaded guilty and spent time in jail — might now have to pay her abuser spousal support.
Connecting 24 northern hospitals digitally
North East LHIN project would bring ease to medical record sharing among northern hospitals. Natalie Van Rooy reports.
Will possible LCBO strike affect Timmins event?
Stars and Thunder organizers come up with alternate arrangements in the event of a LCBO strike. Lydia Chubak reports.
Deadline looming on Sudbury arena location
True North Strong offers ideas on how to improve the existing arena as city council vote approaches. Isaac Cohen reports.
Kiley May, Toronto Pride's youth ambassador, on the journ...
Toronto Pride's youth ambassador, Kiley May, on her journey to define herself and creating "more space for other people to be able to identify themselves."
Sloppy cash handling continues to cost city, AG finds
In 2016, $3,400 disappeared from two City of Ottawa client service centres. No one knows what happened to the money because municipal employees didn't follow...
Canadian Blood services needs Donors
New goal of 150 thousand donations to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Alana Everson reports.
Students volunteer for hands on health care
North Bay’s hospital offers volunteer program for post secondary students to encourage careers in health care. Joey Slattery reports.
Additional Provincial support for Sudbury’s “Place des Arts”
Queens Park contributes another 5-Million dollars to a new francophone art centre in downtown Sudbury. Jessica Gosselin reports.
Intimidation allegations mar Ontario PC candidate electio...
They could be swept into power next June, but first the Ontario PC Party will have to deal with internal battles over its nomination process for candidates. ...
City approves purchase of six new Chevy trucks
Timmins public works is purchasing six new four-by-four pickup trucks even though a couple of city council members are opposed to the idea.
Canada Day in Ottawa: Pack light, don't drive, say securi...
Looking to get to Parliament Hill for Canada Day? Be sure to get there earlier than usual, to avoid disappointment and leave the coolers — and your car — at ...
York Regional, Nishnawbe Aski police to investigate Indig...
Ontario's Chief Coroner says the York Regional and Nishnawbe Aski Police Services will now be involved in the investigations into the deaths of 17-year-old T...
Sending in the wasps to save the ash tree
Canadian made wasps are released in fight to save the trees from the emerald ash borer. Jairus Patterson reports.
Worker shortage impacts Timmins businesses
Millson Forestry and other businesses are finding it tough to keep qualified workers. Kyle Gennings reports.
Northern Sears Canada stores will be closing
Shoppers in the Sault say it leaves them with limited places to shop. Lincoln Louttit reports
B.C. man wanted for assault on sex worker in Vaughan
Peel Regional Police allege 33-year-old Asif Choudhry of Sechelt, B.C., met with an 18-year-old escort at a hotel in the area of highways 7 and 400 on the ni...
City Council backs off from 3-way stop signs on Pine
It looks like city council is backing off from the idea of installing a three-way stop sign at the intersection of Pine Street and Fifth Avenue in Timmins.
'The worst kind of law': Wynne government challenged to s...
The Fair Change Legal Clinic is challenging the Ontario government to repeal its panhandling legislation that the organization says violates the charter righ...
Ontario expanding access to transition-related surgeries
Ontario to offer genital transitional surgery in 2018
Police in Ottawa airport can now carry carbine rifles
Police at the Ottawa airport can now carry carbine rifles as part of their equipment, Ottawa police announced Thursday.
Police at Ottawa airport can now carry carbine rifles
Police at the Ottawa airport can now carry carbine rifles as part of their equipment, Ottawa police announced Thursday.
Constitutional challenge to panhandling law
Legal clinic challenges Ontario panhandling law as unconstitutional
Ottawa man charged after 'inappropriate' letters left at ...
An Ottawa man accused of attempting to make contact with a pre-teen girl by delivering "inappropriate" letter to her home is facing criminal charges of haras...
Attend city fireworks, don’t light your own
With Canada Day approaching, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue does not recommend family fireworks or informal neighbourhood displays.
Hydro bill cuts to take effect July 1
Cuts to hydro bills under Liberal government plan to take effect July 1
Hydro bill relief starts July 1, Ontario Energy Board says
Hydro prices for households and small business will drop on July 1, fulfilling a promise of the Fair Hydro Act introduced by the Liberal government in March.
More hydro relief coming July 1, Ontario Energy Board says
Hydro prices for households and small business will drop on July 1, fulfilling a promise of the Fair Hydro Act introduced by the Liberal government in March.
York Region police officer again charged for sex assault
After investigating, the SIU charged Const. Young Min von Seefried, 35, with two counts each of sexual assault and breach of trust by a public officer.
York police officer facing more sexual assault charges
A York Region police officer is once again facing sexual assault charges — the second time in just over two years.
Truck driver charged after porta-potties dumped on Queensway
An Ottawa truck driver has been charged after losing his load of three portable toilets in the eastbound lanes of Highway 417 Wednesday afternoon.
Ontario Increasing Access to Technology at Public Libraries
Ontario is helping people stay connected by increasing access to technology, digital services and training opportunities at public libraries in towns, cities...
New charges for former Ontario police officer
New charges laid against former Ontario officer serving sentence for sex assault
Growing tropical fruit in northern Ontario
A Sudbury woman is pleased that she's been able to eat a grapefruit that she grew at home. He brother started the plant from seed and gave it to he once it b...
Elderly man airlifted to hospital after two-vehicle colli...
An elderly man has been transported to hospital after a collision in Durham.
Ontario gives birth to more midwives with funding announc...
Hamilton Liberal MPP Ted McMeekin announced June 16 the province is providing $27.3 million to 89 midwifery practice groups across the Ontario. The funding w...
Cuts to hydro bills under Liberal government plan to take...
Hydro bills in Ontario are set to drop July 1 as the remainder of cuts promised by the Liberal government come into effect. Some of the cuts came into effect...
6 arrested after early morning Canna Clinic raids in Toro...
Early morning raids at several Canna Clinic locations in Toronto and Vancouver have resulted in six arrests, police say.
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