An Orillia woman will get her dream fulfilled with a new, innovative medical procedure that will allow her to once again run, play tennis and, most of all, play with her grandchildren.
Premier Kathleen Wynne hopped off a southbound GO train at the Barrie South station shortly after 9 a.m. Friday.
Bill Loiselle, part owner of BJ's Records & Nostalgia in Barrie, holds a rare copy of Get Behind Me Satan by the band The White Stripes.
Simcoe County District School Board officials are exploring potential partnerships for the Barrie North Collegiate addition, scheduled to be completed by September 2016.
Simcoe County wants residents to know more about its Official Plan (OP) and how it will affect them.
A Supreme Court ruling that municipal meetings can't begin in religious prayer is being contemplated by two local township councils that typically recite a Christian one before getting into their agendas.
Barrie's new parking plan still grinds the Downtown BIA.
As dull and dragging as it's sometimes been, Canadians are following the trial of suspended Sen. Mike Duffy with interest, a new poll suggests.
The report into alleged bad workplace behaviour by disgraced CBC star Jian Ghomeshi fails to provide solutions to eliminate the cultures of “entitlement” and fear at the public broadcaster, a prominent employment lawyer says.
Charles H. Hulse Public School will be closed from until Monday to allow time for the building to ventilate after pesticides used in the school reportedly made some children ill.
Without shelter of trees, talons of wind rend the vulnerable farm fields of Salabwek, Kenya, stripping away precious topsoil. But one 16-year-old arborist is bringing back the trees.
Teenagers inspired by the hardline Islamic State planned a major terrorism attack in the Australian city of Melbourne to mark the centenary next week of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli during World War One, police said on Saturday.
A construction crew accidentally ruptured a natural gas transmission line on Friday in Fresno, California, sparking an explosion and fire that injured up to 15 people, three of them critically, officials said.
A man who admitted killing a Montana teacher during a cocaine frenzy was sentenced to 100 years in prison by a state judge on Friday in a case that authorities said underscored a crime wave that accompanied a regional oil boom.
A group of zebras escaped from a farm near Brussels on Friday and wreaked havoc as they galloped through the Belgian capital's streets.
Four men face a combined 111 charges for a mass shooting that left five wounded, one critically, at a public housing complex in the city’s north end Thursday evening.
Suspended senator Mike Duffy "looks like hell" after nine days of trial, says journalist Mark Bourrie, a longtime friend who testified as a Crown witness Friday.
Journalist Mark Bourrie didn't want to be paid for helping Sen. Mike Duffy fight the Internet "trolls" who started posting "mean, anonymous crap" about him after he was appointed to the Senate in 2009.
A 49-year-old man who allegedly threatened to blow up Canada’s Parliament Buildings is headed to rehab.