Orillia OPP has received several reports of a young moose roaming the neighbourhood in the north end of the city.
More details of the massive Collier Centre mixed-use development downtown were revealed, Wednesday.
A man wanted for assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon was arrested in Barrie Thursday morning.
Police have released the identity of a man who died after a canoe capsized on the Black River recently.
INNISFIL – An unoccupied home undergoing renovations was destroyed by fire, and several nearby homes were damaged, by a blaze in Gilford, Wednesday night.
Students are about to experience the intensity of what a real first-degree murder court trial feels like.
CLEARVIEW TOWNSHIP – About 22 acres of Simcoe County Forest will be torched within the Brentwood tract in the coming weeks during a prescribed burn.
MONTREAL - A Crown witness in the Luka Magnotta case has died.
Ontario’s “staggering” debt load should prompt politicians to consider using the private sector to deliver public services at lower cost, the province’s former finance minister says.
Ontario Progressive Conservatives intend to “vigorously defend themselves” in a $2 million libel lawsuit launched by Premier Kathleen Wynne.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. ─ A topless woman walked straight into the mayor’s office in Niagara Falls, Ont., around noon Thursday.
Ontarians have the right to know if a sex offender lives nearby, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
OTTAWA — The government won't budge on a plan to force voters to produce identification at the polls, but it may be prepared to bend on some other aspects of its controversial rewrite of Canada's election rules, the prime minister's point man on the file said Thursday.
A report in a Catholic magazine alleges aborted and miscarried babies in B.C. were shipped to a waste-to-power plant in Oregon to provide electricity to local residents.
A Florida school has halted its longtime tradition of giving kids small Dixie cups full of Mountain Dew before their exams after a student's grandmother complained.
It’s been a long, cold, record-shattering winter all across Canada, and the weather has wreaked havoc on our roads.
The lawyer for a man accused of harassing B.C. teen Amanda Todd online says he hasn't seen a request to extradite his client from the Netherlands.
The commissioner of Elections Canada concluded his investigation into robocalls made during the last federal election after finding insufficient evidence an offence was committed.
Alberta’s Auditor General says the provincial government’s split-budget reporting does not follow accounting principles and distracts MLAs from discussing budget decisions.