Firefighters braved cold winds and chilly weather to help out in the fight against cancer. A car wash set up in the parking lot of Zehrs on Coldwater to clean up cars and collect money for cancer research. More than 50 cars had been washed at last count. Watch for more in Tuesday's paper.
A different variety of pumpkin delights were put on display at Orillia Public Library on Saturday. Kids of all ages decorated pumpkins to be voted on in a variety of categories by library patrons. Prizes will be given out during Halloween week at the library.
Quality over quantity is what this year’s business expo brought for customers and vendors alike.
A piece of Canadian history will be making waves as it is moved to its home at Port McNicoll to make room for renovations.
Those with any concerns about the environment always need to ensure their voices are heard.
The future looks even brighter these days at St. Bernard’s Catholic School.
The International Space Station received its first shipment from Virginia in more than two years Sunday following a sensational nighttime launch observed 250 miles up and down the East Coast.
Clarence Henderson was hailed as a hero nearly 60 years ago when as a young black man he participated in a sit-in at a segregated North Carolina lunch counter.
The man convicted of killing eight-year-old Victoria Stafford seven years ago will ask Ontario’s top court for a new trial Monday, trying to pin the blame on his accomplice.
More than 100 mostly barefoot inmates overpowered guards on Saturday and escaped from a lockup in central Haiti, officials said.
A toddler who died in a house fire was found with his dog and teddy bear next to him and authorities believe the dog tried to protect the boy, a spokesman for Spokane’s fire department said Saturday.
Cyberattacks on a key Internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the United States on Friday, according to analysts and company officials.
About two months ago, when the ink had dried on the 1,600 pages of the Canada-EU free trade deal, two politicians decided another document — a mere five pages — would be necessary to tie up any loose ends.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould put forward a new bill Friday that is poised to reverse some elements of one of the previous Conservative government’s tough-on-crime laws that some judges have openly refused to impose on offenders and has been repeatedly criticized as unconstitutional.
The pastor of a small church where two brothers were beaten for hours during a counselling session that she called pleaded guilty on Friday to manslaughter and assault.
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins said he’s aware of the “tragic circumstances” of a boy who died after what his mom says was a pharmaceutical error and said he’s prepared to look at the issue.
Ontario will import enough electricity from Quebec to power a city of more than 200,000 people under a seven-year agreement signed Friday, but the provinces won’t say how much Ontario is paying Hydro Quebec.
Thirty-five suspected members of a Long Island gang have been arrested amid a string of brutal killings, including the discovery of a teenager’s skeletal remains.
When her 6-year-old son was late getting home from school, his mother called a classmate’s mom and got the news that would launch one of the nation’s most infamous missing-child cases.