With little more than two years on Canadian turf, the American-owned Big Lots and Liquidation World stores will be closing by the end of February.
Four Guelph men face charges in connection to the theft of electronics from an Orillia Walmart.
Barrie firefighters were called to a Brucker Road townhouse fire during the dinner hour Tuesday evening in the city's south end. At least one of the units was heavily damaged and one car was destroyed in the blaze, which also caused extensive smoke damage.
Tony Williams, a Grade 12 Joan of Arc student, joins a team of student volunteers in the school's kitchen as they prepare meals for about 200 of the city's needy Tuesday evening. The students have been preparing for the meal for several weeks.
The frost could be off the pumpkin again before a year-round market in downtown Barrie crops up.
Two Barrie teens charged with making serious threats on Facebook were in court on Tuesday.
The Conservatives hinted Tuesday that Russia should check its Arctic rhetoric after President Vladimir Putin pushed plans to beef up his country's military presence in their northern waters.
A day after the U.S. government dumped its last shares in General Motors at a $10-billion loss, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s office confirmed there’s no rush to sell the Canadian stake in the automaker.
Ontario Progressive Conservatives have lost one of their most high-profile members of caucus — Thornhill MPP Peter Shurman.
U.S. President Barack Obama shook hands with Cuba's Raul Castro at a memorial for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday, a rare gesture between the leaders of two ideological opponents that reflected the anti-apartheid hero's spirit of reconciliation.
Students are letting their taste buds do the talking when it comes to healthy food.
So, you say you’re seeing a light at the end of the long, dark gas plant tunnel?
A Texas actress pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday to making the toxic agent ricin that was sent in letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The Ontario Appeal Court has paved the way for Michael Rafferty to fight his first-degree murder conviction in the 2009 slaying of eight-year-old schoolgirl Victoria Stafford.
A couple and four young children missing in frigid weather since they went on an outing to play in the snow on Sunday in a remote mountain range in Nevada were found alive on Tuesday huddled in a canyon, a sheriff’s dispatch supervisor said.
Three senior Ontario Power Generation executives were fired following a scathing auditor’s report that uncovered “very generous” pensions, salaries and perks.
A California man was arrested on Tuesday on accusations he ran a “revenge porn“ website, one that featured nude pictures of women often posted by jilted or angry ex-lovers, officials said.
A fast-moving snowstorm barrelled through the U.S. mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, cancelling flights, snarling roadways and shutting schools and government offices while winds kept the midsection of the country in an icy grip that killed at least 11 people.
This might sting.