Federal prosecutors in New York say a Canadian man attempted to ship live snakes to China through the mail.
A Bullock’s oriole that landed in eastern Ontario in 2015 will finally be flying home to British Columbia — by plane.
The CEO of Metro Inc. says the grocery industry is facing “significant pressure” from the Ontario government’s plan to raise the province’s minimum wages next year.
Toronto Police are releasing more security images of a man who allegedly threatened to blow up a subway train on Sunday.
Up to 185,000 jobs could be put at risk if Ontario’s Liberal government keeps its pledge to increase the minimum wage to $15.
There should be zero tolerance for pot use by drivers or their passengers, a new report by the Canadian Mental Health Association recommends.
As communities age and money for big projects dries up, top municipal officials are saying “something has to give.”
There are two winning tickets for Saturday night’s $13 million Lotto 649 jackpot.
Environment Canada is confirming that two tornadoes touched down in southwestern Ontario Friday night.
Weather and reduced staffing of air traffic controllers at Toronto Pearson International Airport is causing delays and dozens of flight cancellations.
Options are becoming scarce for little Greta Marofke who's been battling cancer for almost two years — but her family remains hopeful.
Cassidey Ouellette lost her life in a tragic car accident last weekend, but in doing so, saved eight others.
When the Boots and Hearts Music Festival first came to Oro-Medonte in 2015, Republic Live owner Stan Dunford quipped he wasn't sure how they could pull off a festival without a torrential downpour.
A Canadian pastor released from prison in North Korea this week is planning to attend a church service in Mississauga on Sunday.
A baby raccoon is clinging to life in a shelter after he was severely burned with a flammable liquid in Barrie.
Animal cruelty charges that had been laid against Marineland were dropped Thursday after prosecutors said there was no reasonable chance of conviction on most of the 11 counts faced by the Ontario tourist attraction.
A Hamilton university student is a real-life sleeping beauty.
Barrie police homicide detectives are investigating the death of a baby boy.
A Hamilton man’s plans to celebrate his 25th wedding anniversary turned unexpectedly wild when he discovered an alligator lying in his backyard.