Ontario's police watchdog says strip searches are happeni...
One of Ontario's police watchdogs says unnecessary and illegal strip searches have become commonplace.
Pot brownies see seniors seek medical help
A monthly community lunch for a group of Ontario seniors took a strange turn this week after many attendees got sick from consuming cannabis-laced brownies.
NDP calls for public inquiry after integrity report on OP...
Integrity Commissioner J. David Wake launched an investigation into the hiring of Taverner following numerous complaints and accusations of political interfe...
Denley: Ontario PCs' modest education plan will still be ...
The moderately ambitious plan will still be seen as revolutionary in the context of an education system that measures success primarily by class size and dol...
Former Liberal minister Philpott urges PM to tell Canadia...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to reset the political spotlight on the federal budget Thursday, but it was overshadowed by opposition manoeuvres in Par...
WSIB workers stage walkout to protest staff shortage, int...
Protest comes in wake of changes at Workplace Safety and Insurance Board including creation of new ‘call centre’ model that employees say shortchanges injure...
Star: Doug Ford’s trained seals embarrass themselves
For too long, elected MPPs have checked their brains and their backbones at the door on arrival at Ontario’s legislature.
Metrolinx to shrink Mississauga, Brampton LRT in order to...
The CEO of Ontario's transit agency revealed a new plan which will eliminate three stops around Square One.
Ontario government says it will end Liberal Fair Hydro Pl...
The Progressive Conservative government is introducing legislation that will put an end to the previous Liberal administration’s hydro plan while maintaining...
Mississauga takes another step forward in plan to separat...
Mayor Bonnie Crombie said now is the time for the move because of the provincial government's undertaking of a review of regional governance across Ontario.
Ontario government to provide $10M per year for horse rac...
Finance Minister Vic Fedeli says the funding will support breeding and industry development for Ontario-bred horses and will be administered by Ontario Racing.
Ontario may lift ban preventing major pharmacies from sel...
Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government is considering lifting a ban that prevents major pharmacy chains from selling in-house brands of prescription medicati...
'Serious assault' at Brock University sends 3 to hospital...
Two people were stabbed and another was shot with what's believed to be a pellet gun in a "serious assault" that saw cruisers descend on Brock University Thu...
Great Lakes are rapidly warming, likely to trigger more f...
The Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., which likely will bring more flooding and other extreme weather such as heat waves and dr...
Protesters call on city to 'save our subway' from provinc...
Mayor John Tory's executive committee gave its stamp of approval to the latest staff report recommending ongoing engagement with Premier Doug Ford's governme...
Criminals hiding billions of dollars in GTA real estate, ...
Transparency International Canada report called "Opacity: Why Criminals Love Canadian Real Estate" analysed 1.4 million home purchases since 2008 and found t...
Two 'exceptional' students accepted at entrepreneurial pr...
A second Timmins student has been accepted into an exceptional-student entrepreneurship program for those excelling in science, technology, engineering arts ...
Moose Cree council dissolved, chief is out, after mass re...
In a demonstration of non-confidence in the current chief, nine of the 12 members of Moose Cree First Nation Council tendered their resignation Wednesday night.
Timmins approves new hotel tax
Timmins council made it official this week, passing a bylaw introducing a Municipal Transient Accommodation Tax. The bylaw was given third and final reading ...
2 stabbed, 1 shot in Brock University incident
Niagara Regional Police are investigating an incident on the campus of Brock University that sent three people to hospital with non-life threatening injuries...
Scuffle breaks out at anti-racism event in Toronto
A vigil and rally for the victims of the New Zealand mosque terror attacks turned tense after at least one well known far-right activist showed up. The rally...
Brock University briefly closed as police investigate 'se...
Brock University was briefly closed as police investigated a "serious assault" on its campus Thursday night. 
Members of the Sudbury Five try weather reporting
Members of the Sudbury Five basketball team try their hands at weather reporting with funny results.
PCs plan to replace Liberals’ hydro rate cut plan
Energy Minister Greg Rickford said the changes would be made through the Progressive Conservative’s “Fixing the Hydro Mess Act” tabled in the legislature on ...
Majority of councillors in Moose Cree First Nation resign
Moose Cree First Nation is facing an election as nine of 13 council members resigned Thursday.
Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day
A Sudbury elementary school in the community of Levack holds a special ceremony to mark World Down Syndrome Day. Lyndsay Aelick reports.
Like a champ, Bianca Andreescu battles back from edge of ...
In her first match since an improbable run to the BNP Paribas Open title on Sunday, Canada's Bianca Andreescu rallied for a 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-2 win over Irina-...
Like a champ, Bianca Andreescu battles back from brink of...
In her first match since an improbable run to the BNP Paribas Open title on Sunday, Canada's Bianca Andreescu rallied for a 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-2 win over Irina-...
Senators' Pageau suspended 1 game for boarding
The NHL has suspended Ottawa Senators forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau for one game for boarding Vancouver Canucks defenceman Ashton Sautner.
Parent reaction to new autism program changes
Northern parents of kids with autism react to the province's new changes announced to funding. Drew McMillin reports.
Ongoing fundraising for North Bay’s hospice
Nipissing Serenity Hospice plans 4th annual Hike for Hospice fundraiser to help offset construction costs. Eric Taschner reports.
Ontario Appoints Special Advisor for Alcohol Review
Ontario's Government for the People has named Ken Hughes to the newly created role of Special Advisor for the Beverage Alcohol Review.
City wants your opinion on Sparks Street refresh
Sparks Street is getting a refreshed look that brings more trees and more places to sit to the pedestrian mall — and the city wants to hear what you have to ...
Little Italy pot shop operators facing charges under Cann...
The City of Toronto says charges have been laid against the operators and property owner of an illegal cannabis dispensary in the Little Italy area following...
Police investigating after pot-laced brownies served at l...
Const. Miles Loach said the seniors began seeking medical help within less than an hour of eating chocolate brownies served as a dessert option.
Ontario PCs introduce legislation to end Liberal hydro plan
The Progressive Conservative government is introducing legislation that will put an end to the previous Liberal administration's hydro plan while maintaining...
Another OPP officer dies by suicide
An Ontario Provincial Police constable at a detachment in Ottawa has taken his own life, the 13th reported suicide of an active or retired member of the poli...
Police arrest 3 in 'largest single seizure of fentanyl' i...
Three people have been arrested and charged in what city police believe is the "largest single seizure of fentanyl" in connection with an ongoing drug traffi...
These Sudbury women are being honoured for their work in ...
Eight Sudbury women and one group will be honoured at an upcoming gala after being named recipients of the YWCA's Women of Distinction awards.
Quebec government uses big surplus to deliver electoral p...
Sitting on a $2.5 billion surplus, the Coalition Avenir Québec government used its first budget to strike a delicate balance between expensive tax cuts and n...
Sudbury musician releases new single
CTV Northern Ontario’s Tony Ryma talks to Sudbury musician Kevin Closs about his musical career and his newly-released single.
Cambridge University withdraws fellowship it offered to J...
England's Cambridge University has withdrawn a visiting fellowship offer from controversial Toronto University professor Jordan Peterson.
Shakeup on Brad Jacobs’ curling team
CTV Northern Ontario’s Tony Ryma talks to Brad Jacobs about the most recent change to his curling team.
Luncheon to celebrate respect for diversity
Sudbury police host luncheon to celebrate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Alana Everson reports.
Doctors delivering bad advice to expectant parents, Down ...
Advocates for children with Down syndrome say too often, doctors are automatically offering to terminate the pregnancy when they give parents the prenatal di...
Family of former UW student who died in jail demands answers
Soleiman was suffering from mental illness when he was incarcerated at the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay and died on Dec. 15, 2016, during a co...
Ford Government Taking Bold Action to Fix Hydro Mess
TORONTO - Ontario's Government for the People is reforming the electricity system to reduce costs, drive efficiencies and lower electricity rates for medium ...
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