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.
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ESSA TWP. – Victims of the June tornado which tore through Angus don't qualify for provincial funding under the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program.
The South Simcoe police department is urging local parents to discuss the dangers of posting and sharing inappropriate photos online.
WASAGA BEACH — There is absolutely no reason not to vote in this municipal election “unless you don’t want to,” says Wasaga Beach clerk Twyla Nicholson.
A logjam on the Black River so large that Ramara Township Mayor Bill Duffy threatened legal action over its removal is going to be broken up and taken away by a crew of volunteers.
Orillia’s second fire station was closed for one night earlier this month because there weren’t enough firefighters available to staff it, says the fire chief.
Orillia will honour homegrown Canadian music icon Gordon Lightfoot with a three-day festival.
The family of an elderly woman who was found filthy and starving in a dark room wept when a jury came back with a guilty verdict Wednesday in Barrie.
The city’s voter information package contains some “unfortunate” wording when it comes to voting instructions, says a municipal-election expert.
The community Ryan Ball called home wants to help the late teen’s family.
Barrie MP Patrick Brown no longer feels safe in Ottawa.