One of the women involved with a slew of shocking sex offences involving children and animals pleaded guilty in Barrie court Thursday.
A lack of wastewater-management infrastructure in Oro-Medonte Township means no new subdivision or condominium developments are being approved right now.
The city is still waiting to hear about forensic tests being done on debris from the Port of Orillia building.
Police are investigating "some leads" in connection with a hit-and-run that took place on Front Street earlier this month.
An Oro-Medonte Township school has been recognized for its efforts to produce less waste during the lunch hour.
A contentious proposal for a contaminated-soil-remediation facility in Ramara Township has bubbled back up to the surface following an application to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE).
TAY TWP. - A 17-year-old male is facing an attempted murder charge following a stabbing Wednesday night in Victoria Harbour.
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Officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau – Central Drug Enforcement Unit and Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) with the assistance of the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains OPP Street Crimes executed a search warrant at a residence in Collingwood Jan. 21.
About 3,000 nurses and other health-care workers went on strike Friday morning in the province, the Ontario Nurses' Association (ONA) said.
Who says you can only see dancing police officers in a Village People music video?
After a frustrating bureaucratic battle, a young woman who lost both legs and six fingers after she was hit by a train in Montreal last month will hopefully be coming home to Ottawa in a few weeks.
A Quebec man who bought a Lotto Super 7 ticket seven seconds after the deadline won't be able to collect half the $27-million jackpot and will also have to cover the court costs after the Supreme Court dismissed his case Thursday.
Canada's main spy agency will get new powers aimed at disrupting potential terror attacks under security legislation to be unveiled on Friday, sources said on Thursday.
Jurors at the terror case against two men accused of plotting to derail a Via train were given their first legal instructions Friday.
The Northwest Territories announced Thursday it will begin a feasibility study that could be the first step towards construction of an oil pipeline along the MacKenzie Valley to the Arctic Ocean.
Top government officials gave their first official briefing on the mission against ISIS in Iraq on Thursday and made no apologies for Canada's role.
BRADFORD WEST GWILLIMBURY - South Simcoe Police have located an 11-year-old boy who went missing from W.H. Day Elementary School in the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Thursday.
A British Columbia student who claimed a car accident changed her personality and turned her into a dominatrix was awarded $1.5 million in damages by the provincial supreme court.