The longest federal election campaign in nearly 150 years continues to cause candidates to pitch to the public on countless occasions in an attempt to garner support.
They were parched, hungry, cold and afraid. Having left home fearing for the lives of their families and themselves, refugees congregating at the Hungarian border had already seen several days of hardship.
Unlike other contestants on the recent season premiere of the CBC TV show Canada’s Smartest Person, Maya Burhanpurkar didn’t have to apply to be part of the competition. Her reputation as a science prodigy bought her the ticket.
Dr. Sandy McDonald, vascular surgeon and chief of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre's surgery program, right, and vascular surgeon Dr. Robert Gowing congratulate Canadian business leader Ronald Joyce for his $2.6 million gift to RVH on Tuesday. The Joyce Foundation's donation will be used to fund one of Canada's most technologically advanced op
The Barrie lakeshore was a sea of pink Sunday morning as runners, walkers and toddlers being pushed in strollers took part in the annual Barrie/Orillia Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure.
Four Simcoe County paramedics received awards at the Ontario Association of Paramedics Chiefs (OAPC) annual general meeting in Windsor on Sept. 24. Deputy Chief Jeff McWilliam joined paramedics Gary Lisi, Christopher Bradford and Don Wilson as recipients of the Governor General EMS Exemplary Service Medal. From left are OAPC president Chief Norm Ga
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Orillia Secondary School was in lockdown briefly this morning, the report of a possible weapon brought to the former OD/Park.
A defence lawyer accused a professional Ontario Provincial Police interrogator of using lie tactics to manipulate Paul Faria to confess to a murder he didn’t commit, a jury heard Monday.
A solemn gathering on the weekend highlighted the plight of the families of missing and murdered aboriginal girls and women across the country.
To some, the announcement of a new partnership deal signed with Pacific-rim countries came as welcome news.
Canada’s inclusion in the Trans-Pacific Partnership could spell the end of farming in Simcoe North as we know it, federal Liberal candidate Liz Riley warned Monday afternoon.
She wants to do it all over again. But this time, she would make waves.
Close to 60 people stood along Atherley Road Sunday at Tudhope Park, holding pro-life messages such as “Abortion Kills Children,” “Life, the First Inalienable Right” and “Adoption, the Loving Option.”
Hot topics and wedge issues dominated the Simcoe North federal all-candidates meeting in Lagoon City on the weekend.
Brad Woods cannot imagine how performing in front of a crowd of thousands can help connect the performer on a personal level with the audience.
A mental illness anti-stigma information fair will take place Wednesday from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Orillia Public Library in Program Room 1.
(SUBMITTED) - The Community Wholeness Centre in Barrie is hosting a 'meet the candidates' evening Tuesday night.
A buffalo is dead after two vehicles hit it on the QEW, near Lyons Creek Road in Niagara Falls Tuesday morning, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.