This year’s annual Sir John A. Macdonald dinner will not only toast Canada’s first prime minister, but his grandson Hugh Gainsford as well.
One of the frustrations of the modern information society is the barrage of conflicting opinions put forth on almost any topic, from dieting to world
TAY TWP. - Austin Galbraith-Cox, 15, is missing after last being seen at his Victoria Harbour home on Nov. 22.
Abuse of power is at the center of the battle for Burnaby Mountain and Canada as we know it. Harper’s authoritarian government, and the corrupting inf
For the past two-and-half years, a motley group of politicos – representatives from the Liberals, New Democratic Party and the Green party – have been
SEVERN TWP. - Three Westshore Crescent residents escaped a fire which caused $350,000 in damage to a house here late Thursday.
TORONTO - Days before she feared she’d lose her kids to the ex-husband she despised, Elaine Campione told her angelic daughters to blow bubbles in the
A suspected Barrie-area foot licker and footwear thief surrendered to York Regional Police on Wednesday.
Every Tuesday evening, a small but enthusiastic group of men curl in the men’s league of the Orillia Curling Club.
Bev Hewitt remembers a farmer operating a horse-drawn mower cutting the long grass sprouting along the fairways where golf balls went to die.
The Patrick Fogarty Flames and Twin Lakes Thunderbirds kicked off their girls high school hockey season on Thursday.
The St. Joan of Arc Knights are a very good football team, but the senior squad wasn’t able to match the magic from a year ago.