Three police services are holding a joint press conference in Woodstock Tuesday to talk about a death investigation in which there have been few answers to date.
A longtime bureaucrat who helped write animal welfare laws in Ontario has been hired by two non-profit organizations to perform a deep dive into the agency charged with enforcing those laws.
Ontario’s efforts to ease the upward pressure on electricity rates has been dealt a setback by a change in accounting practices.
The Ontario agency tasked with administering the first online literacy test to tens of thousands of high school students in the province last week says it was forced to pull the plug by an “intentional, malicious and sustained” cyberattack.
The missing head of a statue of baby Jesus has been returned, and the bright orange clay head that replaced it has been removed.
The man convicted of killing eight-year-old Victoria Stafford seven years ago will ask Ontario’s top court for a new trial Monday, trying to pin the blame on his accomplice.
Nick Yu thinks nothing of jumping out of a plane more than two miles above the Earth’s surface and spending a leisurely three to four minutes hurtling back down on his own.
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins said he’s aware of the “tragic circumstances” of a boy who died after what his mom says was a pharmaceutical error and said he’s prepared to look at the issue.
Ontario will import enough electricity from Quebec to power a city of more than 200,000 people under a seven-year agreement signed Friday, but the provinces won’t say how much Ontario is paying Hydro Quebec.
A 32-year-old Windsor, Ont., man has some explaining to do after police found him slumped unconscious in a vehicle with more than $84,000 in crack and coke, plus a little weed for good measure.
“I’ve been dumpster diving,” a 59-year- old woman from Uxbridge called in to tell me. “My credit cards are all maxed out — I have three — trying to pay my hydro bills.
The terror of what could have happened still haunts the parents of one of sex pervert Shayne Lund’s young victims.
Computer “scalper bots” that scoop up huge blocks of tickets to concerts and major sporting events, forcing customers to the more expensive resale market, could soon be outlawed in Ontario.
New Zealand police are hoping the discovery of human remains and personal items will bring some “closure” to an Ottawa family grieving the loss of their son. Connor Hayes, 25, and his girlfriend Joanna Lam, of Kingston, were killed in September 2013 while vacationing in New Zealand.
SNC-Lavalin has been fined $75,000 for operating a gas-fired electrical generating plant at Pearson International Airport without a licence for the past 10 years.
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It was painful enough for family members to find out a 24-year-old man, his 22- year-old girlfriend and her 16-year-old sister were killed in a fiery head-on crash on Thanksgiving.
If the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society wanted to court Donald Trump levels of controversy with its latest cat adoption ad, they surely got it on Wednesday morning.
Auto insurance rates are rising in Ontario, moving the Liberal government even further away from a self-imposed target of an average 15% reduction.