Valuables have been stolen from urns in two mausoleums, police in Burlington say.
Denis Nadeau is a big fromage in Kapuskasing.
It’s been a tough year for Paul Pelletier, scarred by scalpels, then the system.The 51-year-old truck mechanic had his right foot — then part of his lower leg — amputated in two stages in March from the effects of diabetes. He returned to hospital in August, and in September had two further operations on the wound, just below his knee.T
GUELPH, Ont. — Police say a bearded dragon stolen from a Guelph, Ont., pet store has died.
The head of Canada’s largest public sector union says Premier Kathleen Wynne is using a report from Ontario’s integrity commissioner to deflect questions about a union lawsuit filed earlier this week.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says she is being transparent about cap-and-trade costs for natural gas customers because they know what the average impact will be.
Provincial police are investigating after several people were injured when a tractor-trailer lost a wheel on Highway 401 in South Dundas Township Tuesday afternoon, striking four vehicles.Investigators said the vehicles that were hit were on both the east and west sides of the divided highway, about 75 kilometres south of Ottawa.
Premier Kathleen Wynne suggests the Ontario government will not stand in the way of any formal request to impose road tolls on two major highways leading into downtown Toronto.
Niagara police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for a woman they allege abducted her nine-year-old daughter, prompting an Amber Alert over the weekend.
Two winning tickets were sold for Saturday night’s nearly $12.4 million Lotto 6/49 jackpot.
Police in Ontario are continuing to search for a nine-year-old girl, but they say the Amber Alert related to her whereabouts has concluded.
WARNING: Auditor-General Bonnie Lysyk’s report on waste, mismanagement and potential fraud in healthcare billings may be hazardous to your health.
Ontario’s auditor general says the Liberal government is doing a poor job of overseeing contractors for road maintenance and public transit projects, spending millions of dollars to repair their shoddy work, including part of one bridge that was installed upside down.
A homeschooled teenager was sworn in Wednesday as the youngest-ever member of the Ontario legislature, but his socially conservative views threaten to make him the Progressive Conservatives’ problem child.
Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown was on the hot seat Tuesday over the absence of his newest MPP, 19-year- old Sam Oosterhoff, from a key vote on a social issue.
An 11-year-old boy took his family’s car out for a spin on Hwy. 400 after playing the video game, Grand Theft Auto.
Ontario food banks say they are seeing an increase in clients unable to afford the rising cost of hydro bills, which is having a “devastating impact” on the lives of low-income Ontarians.
Smokers’ use of contraband tobacco is pervasive and growing in Ontario, according to new study.
Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating a fatal shooting in Nipigon.