The Kempenfelt Rotary Club's annual Taste the World took place at Napoleon Home Comfort and was aided by charitable partner, Grove Park Home. Taste the World is a culinary adventure. More than 400 guests enjoyed a global tasting experience with live music and dancing.
Almost 40 years ago, when Donald Feldhoff was just 22 years old, he awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of an intruder rummaging through the rooming-house kitchen.
The bell at St. Andrew's Church in Brechin may no longer toll, but its restoration affirms the heritage, history and strength of the community, say church members.
INNISFIL — Innisfil Fire and Rescue Service opened the doors of its newest facility to the public on Saturday.
Police are searching for suspects after damage was done to a church in Oro-Medonte Township on the weekend.
Late spring and summer are the prime times for large-scale events, and the region's health unit is ready to make sure the tens of thousands of people who attend them remain safe.
You don't have to go into the woods in Barrie to get a wildlife surprise.
This year's Huronia Motorcycle Ride for Dad fundraising total is expected to top last year's event.
Claire Allen has a couple of things she'd like to share about words: use them.
(SUBMITTED) - Chief Superintendent Angie Howe, Regional Commander of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Central Region and the communities of Collingwood and the Town of Blue Mountains are pleased to announce that Inspector Mary Shannon will become the new Detachment Commander of Collingwood/The Town of Blue Mountains OPP.
In an interview with police, Angela Nicholson said she agreed to go along with Curtis Vey's idea for her to light his house on fire by leaving a pot on a lit stove after Vey slipped sleeping pills into his wife's coffee because she loved Vey.
VANCOUVER -- A solid gold eagle sculpture encrusted with 763 diamonds and housing a world-renowned emerald was stolen in a violent robbery in suburban Vancouver.
With just one week to go, the federal government acknowledged publicly for the first time Monday that it may not be able to meet the Supreme Court's June 6 deadline for passing a law to govern medically assisted death.
Police in South Florida were called to a gruesome scene: a pair of alligators eating a human body.
The Cincinnati Zoo's director on Monday defended the decision to kill a gorilla to protect a 4-year-old boy who entered its exhibit, noting it's easy to second-guess after the child was recovered safely.
OTTAWA -- Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government isn't going to provided extended EI benefits to any more regions of the country, even those that are the on cusp of meeting government requirements for the extra help.
KITCHENER, Ont. -- An Ontario woman whose young niece went missing while fleeing Syria with her family says she knows there's a chance the girl didn't survive the shipwreck that killed her parents and siblings.
Wildlife officials in Thailand have begun removing some of the 137 tigers held at a Buddhist temple following accusations that the monks were involved in illegal breeding and trafficking of the animals.
A North Korean missile launch likely failed on Tuesday, according to South Korea's military, the latest in a string of high-profile failures that somewhat tempers recent worries that Pyongyang was pushing quickly toward its goal of a nuclear-tipped missile that can reach America's mainland.