The cards have been drawn weekly since May, but this weekend, there will be a winner.
While there is plenty of intrigue surrounding the Indigenous-themed spray- painting by "Windigo" that has been showing up around the area, Judy Fontyn Sugg is having none of it.
For now, just call it Site X.
Mary Black is saying goodbye with a promise that the music will go on.
This summer, a father of confederation John A. Macdonald will receive knighthood from Queen Victoria, as she is surrounded by doting steampunk subjects.
Tanner Jacobs had a real zest for life.
Orillia's Quintin Hoch-Bullen, making her much-anticipated debut on the world stage, helped Team Canada capture a silver medal at the Women's Lacrosse World Cup in Guildford, England earlier this week.
The federal and provincial governments, along with local municipalities, announced affordable housing developments across Simcoe and Dufferin counties this week.
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A store celebrating a major Canadian icon is now open in Orillia.
Canadian officials are praising a U.S. decision to drop a contentious border tax proposal, suggesting its death signals an open-mindedness in the Trump administration on open borders and free trade.
If he were to abide by a request from the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF), Peter Bahlawanian says it might force him to close up shop in Montreal.
A passenger struck a Quebec bus driver in the head with a baseball bat after a dispute over a cat, police said Thursday.
The Boy Scouts’ chief executive apologized Thursday to members of the scouting community who were offended by the aggressive political rhetoric in President Donald Trump’s recent speech to the Scouts’ national jamboree.
Canada Post drivers will be expected to obey the law and not park their trucks in bike lanes, the corporation announced this week, though the policy will apply only in Toronto.
The head of a company that pays people to donate blood plasma says he’s hoping to get at least 1,000 donors a week at a newly opened clinic in New Brunswick.
Justin Trudeau may be Rolling Stone's new poster boy, but their cover story is being accused of some glaring ignorance of Canada.
The U.S. military definitely ensures that its members rise to the occasion.
Police on Thursday arrested the head of a village council in central Pakistan for allegedly sanctioning the rape of a teenage girl, a police spokeswoman said.