TAY TWP. - A homeowner was threatened with a weapon at a Victoria Harbour residence on Oct. 19.
Ontario could lose 140,000 daycare spaces if a government bill goes through unamended, Simcoe North MPP Garfield Dunlop warns.
Penny Simcoe figured if people were going to stare, she might as well give them a pretty picture to look at.
While there hasn’t yet been a case of Ebola reported in Canada, hospitals are stepping up measures to ensure staff and patient safety remains a top priority.
We shall not forget them.
Mark Dobson sliced the throats of two women as part of a religious, satanic cult and is now pretending to be insane to avoid life in prison, a Crown attorney alleged on Friday.
Strange things can happen on Halloween.
Higher voter turnout at advance polls for this election could be linked to contentious key issues, a Lakehead University professor says.
A local man was mugged as he walked through a municipal parking lot early Thursday morning on Colborne Street East.
Bruce Stanton doesn’t expect Wednesday’s shooting in Ottawa to impact Canadians’ access to Parliament Hill and other federal entities.
The “horrified” mother of the man who killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo believes her son was “at odds with the world,” possibly “mentally unbalanced” because of drug abuse and acting out of “despair” when he stormed Parliament Hill.
Mark Dunn, senior national bureau reporter for QMI Agency, died Saturday after a battle with cancer. He was 53.
Canadians returned to the reopened grounds of their parliament building on Saturday, three days after a homegrown radical rushed in armed with a rifle after killing a soldier in the second domestic attack in a week on the country's military.
Five people have been injured, one critically, in an industrial explosion in Sarnia, Ont., Saturday afternoon.
Be afraid, Canada. Be very afraid. You can't escape the things that go bump after dark. There's hardly a community in this country that doesn't have a ghost story to tell.
Countless flag-waving Canadians flocked to bridges across eastern and southern Ontario and lined the streets of Hamilton in an emotional tribute to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as his body returned home Friday.
Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western Front and during several major battles. Sun Media is publishing excerpts of the diary each week.
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."
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.