Charges are pending against a transport truck driver from Port Colborne after “dual wheels” flew off a tanker trailer on Highway 401 and struck five other vehicles.
Ontario Provincial Police say they had to close their Peterborough, Ont., detachment for several hours after a man brought in a briefcase he thought contained an explosive device.
Winter hydro disconnections have been powered down in Ontario.
Bob White, one of the giants of the Canadian labour movement, has died at age 81.
The mayor of Cambridge, Ont., will publicly reprimand a city councillor who admitted to making lewd comments to one of his constituents.
There is one winning ticket for the $26 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw, and it was sold somewhere in Ontario.
It may have felt like justice, but there was little to celebrate. Danny Volpi, father of Brandon Volpi — the 18-year-old St. Patrick’s High School grad who was slashed to death on his prom night — wasn’t on his way to a party after a jury returned a guilty verdict in the 2014 killing of his son on Friday. The grieving father was heading to Hope Cemetery on Bank Street
The union representing Ontario’s high school teachers is planning “informal talks” with the province next week to discuss a return to contract extension negotiations.
A Toronto-area school trustee under fire for months for using a racial slur about a black parent has resigned.
A woman whose job is detecting financial fraud has been busted along with her husband for allegedly cashing in on phony credit cards, fake ID, and bogus cheques.
A Peterborough, Ont., teen was arrested during a human trafficking investigation. He allegedly forced a girl into the sex trade.
About 30 years ago an Ontario man stuffed a wad of cash and banking documents inside a box, opened up the back of his television and hid the package inside.
It turns out a St. Catharines, Ont., lottery winner is wanted by the police.
Two Good Samaritans are being credited for saving the life of a three-year-old Ajax boy who police say was being drowned by his mother.
An expert panel has concluded in favour of the Liberal government in an accounting dispute with the auditor general.
University of Guelph officials say a snake that went missing on campus last week has been found.
Six years after Ontario abruptly imposed a moratorium on offshore wind projects, citing the need for more research, the government is signalling it will likely continue for several more years, even with all of its studies in hand.
Ontario’s minister of northern development and mines says he is temporarily stepping aside as he deals with depression.
Ontario Provincial Police are warning riders about the dangers of snowmobiling after a recent spate of deaths.