If handed an eighth term as chief of Chippewas of Rama First Nation, Sharon Stinson Henry said she will continue to pursue ways to boost the community’s economy.
Ramara Township is one of four municipalities in the province to be approved for the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program (ODRAP) after spring flooding affected home owners in the Lake St. John area.
Police are investigating after a tractor-trailer crashed sometime overnight Thursday on Highway 400.
BRADFORD WEST GWILLIMBURY — The gates at the Portuguese Cultural Centre of Bradford remain open, despite the tragic accident that took the life of a 15-year-old Newmarket girl Wednesday.
Inspired by the Port of Orillia, Peter Fyfe created a bold acrylic painting for Zephyr Art Gallery’s third annual Sunshine Sketches By Our Little Town community show.
An Orillia woman and a Toronto man are facing charges after police say they used counterfeit money to make purchases.
Orillia’s Sunshine Super Wash has joined other Front Street businesses in upgrading their facilities.
Amber Koprla and Kevin Stinson drive the bumper cars Friday during the 69th annual Rotary-Lions FunFest.
The Government of Canada has put First Nations at a “competitive disadvantage economically” by requiring them to release their consolidated financial statements, says Chippewas of Rama First Nation Chief Sharon Stinson Henry.
Production cuts at Stepan Company’s sulphonation production plant in Ramara Township will result in the loss of 20 jobs, according to an annual report by the company.
Alcohol was a factor in 42% of the 18 boating fatalities investigated by OPP this season, police said in a press release.
BRADFORD — The investigation is continuing into the death of a teen at a Bradford soccer field Wednesday afternoon.
Local police and the provincial Ministry of Finance teamed up to arrest a man regarding the sale of contraband cigarettes, but say they found much more on the suspect.
Kids for Turtles Environmental Education volunteer Griffen Horsley, left, holds a Midland painted turtle named Van Gogh while Ronan, 4, and Erin Goto, of Etobicoke, marvel at it.
Slightly cooler, wetter weather hasn’t dampened the region’s summer.
The long weekend got off to a slow start for some travellers in eastern Ontario on Friday after a passenger train collided with a derailed freight train, halting service along two of the busiest corridors in the province.
Eastbound lanes on the Burlington Skyway were closed after a truck collided with construction Thursday afternoon.
A series of explosions caused by a gas leak killed 25 people and injured 267 in Taiwan's second city on Friday, sending flames shooting 15 storeys into the air, setting ablaze entire blocks and reducing small shops to rubble.
A new poll shows 40% of Canadians have no idea what role Canada played in the First World War.