Phase one of Canadore 'Village'
Plans for new multi-ethnic teaching facility unveiled at North Bay's Canadore College.
Weather July 18/17
Thunderstorms could spoil the sunny weather. In your seven day forecast, Marina Moore has the details.
Parkdale celebrates widening of Dufferin Street bridge
Parkdale residents are celebrating the end of detours at Dufferin Street and the completion of a pedestrian bridge over the train tracks at Queen Street West.
SIU probes death of Chatham, Ont., man
SIU investigating death of 52-year-old man found inside home in Chatham, Ont.
No concerning water issues at First Nickel mine, says for...
Defense lawyer John Illingworth began his case in the trial against First Nickel and Taurus Drilling by calling Roger Breau to the stand. Breau was the forme...
Using facial recognition to solve a cold case
OPP using new technology to help identify human remains found in Algonquin Park 37 years ago. Jessica Gosselin reports
Long overdue upgrades to an 80-year-old rink
Renovations underway at an arena in South Porcupine with the help of long-time volunteers. Kyle Gennings reports.
High level basketball camp comes to Timmins
A group of university basketball coaches are in Timmins to help develop young players. Lydia Chubak reports.
The show wants to go on, but performers need support
Sudbury’s live theatre scene is struggling and a couple of productions are turning to new strategies. Isaac Cohen reports.
Indigenous children in Northern Ontario waiting too long ...
The Chief of Serpent River First Nation is calling on the provincial and federal governments to improve mental health resources for Indigenous children livin...
Province launches mentorship program for black children, ...
Ontario has launched a mentorship program aimed at supporting black young people by making things like job skills training, tutoring and the arts easier to a...
Cat shelter closing down after three decades
After more than 30 years of helping felines find a new home, a Sault Ste. Marie shelter is closing its doors. Jairus Patterson reports.
Via Rail plotter wants to appeal sentence
Man convicted in Via Rail terror plot seeks to appeal sentence
Do you know this man? OPP hope forensic art will crack de...
In April 1980, a hiker veered off the Hardwood Lookout Trail near Whitney, Ont. — and stumbled across human remains. Decades later, police are still trying t...
Spence murder conviction overturned
The Appeal Court of Ontario has overturned a murder conviction against a Timmins man.
Clipping of toe nails, stinky food – here’s why the GO tr...
Catching someone clipping their toenails on the GO train may be gross, but it’s not a reason to push the emergency alarm.
North Bay pharmacy brings new DNA collection service to t...
A North Bay pharmacy is offering a DNA test to see if your medication is helping or hurting. Joey Slattery reports.
Toronto police celebrate 2017 Caribbean Carnival with kic...
The Toronto Police Service held its annual Caribbean Carnival kick off at police headquarters on Wednesday.
Rideau Canal closures put boaters' travel plans on hold
The closure of many locks along the Rideau Canal has forced vacationing boaters to wait until water levels retreat.
Teaching youth Indigenous traditions for two decades
Waabinong Head Start Family Resource Centre celebrates 20th anniversary. Lincoln Louttit reports
Loblaw warns minimum wage hike will mean cost cuts
Loblaw Companies Ltd. warned Wednesday that minimum wage increases threaten to harm its bottom line and it will have to find ways to cut costs.
Iconic Sam the Record Man sign to shine over Yonge-Dundas...
Work has begun to restore a giant neon sign that once drew people to Toronto's landmark Sam the Record Man music store in the city's downtown.
Bank robber ‘the Vaulter’ sentenced to 15 years
Canada’s most notorious bank robber “the Vaulter” has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Jeffrey James Shuman, 55, pleaded guilty last m...
Via Rail trying to limit scope of policy allowing couples...
Via Rail is trying to limit the scope of a policy to make its trains more accessible to travellers using wheelchairs and mobility aids.
Canada's endangered wild ginseng under threat from poachers
Conservation officers in Ontario and Quebec are using surveillance and other techniques to outsmart poachers bent on digging up Canada's most endangered plan...
Sam the Record Man sign to shine again
Iconic Sam the Record Man sign to shine over downtown Toronto square this fall
The gravitational 'chirp' explained
The universe is a chirping, jiggling, rippling thing.
Caressant Care and College of Nurses at odds over serial ...
Caressant Care Woodstock, the nursing home where Elizabeth Wettlaufer murdered seven residents, and the College of Nurses of Ontario are telling two differen...
Caressant Care and Ontario College of Nurses at odds over...
Caressant Care Woodstock, the nursing home where Elizabeth Wettlaufer murdered seven residents, and the College of Nurses of Ontario are telling two differen...
Human case of West Nile Virus reported in Timiskaming Dis...
In a statement released this afternoon, the Timiskaming Health unit said this is the first case of the virus in their region, and first reported this year in...
Think before you flush: Gatineau launches campaign to lim...
The City of Gatineau has a blunt message for residents: don't treat your toilet like a garbage can.
Via Rail seeks to limit scope of wheelchair and mobility ...
Via Rail is trying to limit the scope of a policy to make its trains more accessible to travellers using wheelchairs and mobility aids. The national rail pro...
Via Rail tries to limit scope of wheelchair policy
Via Rail seeks to limit scope of wheelchair and mobility aid policy
Elizabeth Wettlaufer: Killer nurse was fired twice but re...
The first time Ontario’s nursing regulator heard of Woodstock nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s abuses was when the serial killer confessed to them while under ps...
Health Canada green lights supervised injection site for ...
Health Canada has granted an exemption that paves the way for the opening of Ottawa's first supervised injection site — potentially as soon as this fall.
Nadjiwan returns home for album release at Thunder Bay's ...
An accomplished musician who was born in Manitoba but grew up in Thunder Bay is returning to the Lakehead Wednesday to perform as the latest headliner in the...
'It was not a cover-up': Police chief hammered with quest...
Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders denied Wednesday that a delay in notifying the province’s Special Investigations Unit about an alleged beating of a young ...
'It was not a cover-up': Police chief faces mounting ques...
Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders denied Wednesday that a delay in notifying the province’s Special Investigations Unit about an alleged beating of a young ...
Tory optimistic parts of Toronto Island will be open July 31
Crews are working on the ferry docks on Toronto Island ahead of Monday’s planned reopening of sections of the park to the public. Mayor John Tory said ...
Streets finally dry, downtown core preparing for La Machine
Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All in a Day from 3 to 6 p.m.
Ottawa mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus
Mosquitoes in Ottawa have tested positive for West Nile virus for the first time this year, according to Ottawa Public Health.
Police search for suspects after tombstones toppled at ce...
Gatineau police are asking for the public’s help to find those responsible for causing thousands of dollars in damage to a cemetery earlier this month.
Ottawa man wanted in shooting deaths of 2 men
Nationwide warrant issued for Ottawa man wanted in 2 homicide cases
Police to lay murder charge in March death now deemed a h...
A man will be charged today with first-degree murder in the March death of a woman on Burnside Avenue.
Superior Court orders ‘Big Blue Monster’ home in Brampton...
Ontario’s Superior Court has ordered a 6,600-square-foot Brampton monster home at the centre of a four-year dispute to be demolished.
Canada-wide warrant issued for suspect in shooting deaths
Police have issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for an Ottawa man in connection with three shootings earlier this week that left two men dead and a third in ...
How blankets can teach 500 years of Indigenous history
A simple exercise, requiring only blankets and a script, can be a powerful education tool for Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants alike.
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