WASAGA BEACH — There is absolutely no reason not to vote in this municipal election “unless you don’t want to,” says Wasaga Beach clerk Twyla Nicholson.
A logjam on the Black River so large that Ramara Township Mayor Bill Duffy threatened legal action over its removal is going to be broken up and taken away by a crew of volunteers.
Orillia’s second fire station was closed for one night earlier this month because there weren’t enough firefighters available to staff it, says the fire chief.
Orillia will honour homegrown Canadian music icon Gordon Lightfoot with a three-day festival.
Two people are dead after at least one gunman stormed Parliament Hill on Wednesday morning.
The family of an elderly woman who was found filthy and starving in a dark room wept when a jury came back with a guilty verdict Wednesday in Barrie.
The city’s voter information package contains some “unfortunate” wording when it comes to voting instructions, says a municipal-election expert.
The community Ryan Ball called home wants to help the late teen’s family.
Barrie MP Patrick Brown no longer feels safe in Ottawa.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said MPs are united in ensuring democracy continues, despite terror threats, and even hugged his two main political rivals after addressing the House of Commons Thursday morning.
In a statement sent to The Associated Press, the parents of homegrown terrorist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau apologized "for all the pain, fright and chaos he created."
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was a doting father, an animal lover and a proud soldier who dreamed of serving his country since he was barely a teenager.
Canada's political class united Wednesday to condemn "an act of hatred and brutality" that left a Canadian Forces soldier dead.
Who is Michael Zehaf-Bibeau? Was he acting alone? And what was his motive?
He’s being called a hero for shooting a rampaging gunman dead on Parliament Hill — and it may mark the first time Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers has ever fired a gun in the line of duty.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was with Julian Fantino in a caucus meeting when gunfire erupted at Parliament Hill, the Veterans Affairs Minister told the Toronto Sun Wednesday.
The lawyer for the man who ran down two soldiers south of Montreal this week, killing one of them, described her client as a "very calm, even friendly" man.
David Akin walks you through Parliament Hill Centre Block where the firefight took place Wednesday in Ottawa.
Ontario MPPs refuse to be silenced after the shooting on Parliament Hill, Premier Kathleen Wynne says.