Oro-Medonte Township plans to repeal a bylaw passed controversially last summer to permit special events on 185 acres of Burl’s Creek Event Grounds, which is to host two large music festivals this summer.
Huge hydro bills have left some tenants of Barrie apartment building looking for answers.
School officials are asking parents to park four wheels and send their kids off on two.
Barrie firefighters set up fans to disperse smoke from a home after a basement fire started at 8 Warner Rd. on Monday.
BRADFORD - A 42-year-old Bradford man is facing several charges after police say he threatened someone with a knife during a dispute.
A waterspout touched down on Florida's Fort Lauderdale beach amid a Memorial Day crowd on Monday, lifting an inflatable bouncy house into the air and injuring three children, police said.
WINNIPEG - Canadian health authorities are investigating after 34 people became sick with salmonella infections after contact with live baby poultry, the country's Public Health Agency said on Monday.
Toronto Police say a boy who claimed to be wounded in a drive-by shooting Sunday in fact had accidentally shot himself.
The Ontario government introduced back-to-work legislation for striking public high school teachers Monday but students aren’t expected to return to class before the end of the week at the earliest.
Thirteen men have been charged with using an underage girl as a sex trade worker over a five-year period.
The RCMP will release the 18 seconds it edited out of Parliament Hill terrorist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau's pre-attack video.
A special Ontario ombudsman’s investigation into Hydro One uncovered stunning billing errors, “outrageously” bad customer service and an organization that misled even the electricity regulator on the extent of its problems.
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At least 13 people died and dozens more were injured after a freak tornado ripped through the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Acuna on Monday morning, flipping over cars and tearing down homes, the government said.
Alberta's first NDP cabinet will be sworn-in on the steps of the Alberta Legislature at 2 p.m.
A New Zealand man has been hailed internationally as a hero for removing his turban to help a bleeding child.
The trial in Iran of jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian will be closed to the public when it starts on Tuesday, his brother said on Monday.
Britain's oldest pub, with a history that dates back to the 8th century, is reportedly under pressure from an animal rights group to change its name from Ye Olde Fighting Cocks to reflect "modern sensibilities."
Niagara Regional Police are considering creating "safe zones" in cop station parking lots for strangers to complete Internet sales.