Orillia OPP has laid a charge of first-degree murder in the death of a man who was first reported missing more than 12 years ago.
Police have arrested another man in connection to an alleged violent attack on Elnaz Hajtamiri in a Richmond Hill, Ont. parking garage just weeks before she disappeared in January.
Thirty-five employers are scheduled to attend a job fair in Barrie on Wed., Sept. 28, seeking to fill job vacancies.
Students are settling into Georgian College's new stand-alone four-year Bachelor of Science and Nursing program.
The Ontario government announced its investing $2.5 million towards a supportive housing project in Barrie.
With fall officially arriving, flu season isn't far behind, and health units are preparing for what is expected to be a busy season.
Orillia's waterfront rejuvenation project could look slightly different with a proposal to alter a condo development from six to eight storeys.
Police officers raided two homes on Albert and Victoria streets in Orillia.
Police are investigating a hit-and-run incident involving a pickup truck and skateboarder in Collingwood.
Ontario's watchdog is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an Owen Sound man arrested for warrants Monday.
A couple from Waubaushene plans to buy a new truck and pay some bills after winning $100,000 with Lotto 6/49.
OPP remain on scene early Tuesday evening after a head-on collision near Meaford claimed the life of one driver, and sent two people to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Highway 26 between Grey County Road 112 and 7th Line is currently closed.
Today's golf tournament is the official kick-off to a season of fundraising for the not-for-profit organization that collects cash, food and toys for vulnerable families and individuals at Christmas.
The police watchdog has found no grounds to charge an Orillia OPP officer with a criminal offence after a woman suffered a broken ankle during her May arrest.
An iconic sandstone rock formation in P.E.I and a striking solitary tree in Nova Scotia are among the natural landmarks destroyed by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Despite an emergency alert by Ontario Provincial Police asking people in Wiikwemkoong on Manitoulin Island to shelter in place due to an 'armed and dangerous person' Tuesday afternoon, the school board has deemed it 'safe enough for regular dismissal.'
Simcoe County’s federal ridings could increase by one under a new federal boundary proposal, but at least one area MP isn’t fond of what’s on the table.
Four familiar faces in Simcoe County politics are among those looking to earn the city's top spot.
Electors in the upcoming municipal election must be on Barrie voters' list to vote.
The mayoral race in Barrie is heating up as the city's longest-serving councillor opened up his campaign office for mayor Sunday.
Another Barrie city councillor hopes to become the city's next mayor in October.
Former Simcoe County Warden Gerry Marshall has thrown his hat into the ring to become Barrie's 47th mayor.
With the recent provincial election in the rear-view mirror, attention is already turning to Ontario's next vote this fall, as a Barrie mayoral candidate kicked off his campaign Saturday morning.
The City of Barrie's deputy mayor has entered the race to become the next mayor.
Blue Mountain’s Everest Challenge is a one-day hiking event that challenges participants to raise $400 and hike the height of Mount Everest.
Jessie Strype is excited to visit Buena Vista, Bolivia to help in one of the poorest regions in the Americas.
The 17th annual Young At Heart motorcycle ride made its way through Barrie Saturday, working toward helping IOOF Seniors Homes and area seniors.
A special kind of meet-up saw area gardeners share and trade some of their homegrown produce Saturday, addressing food insecurity along the way.
South Simcoe One Roof celebrated the official opening of its facility in Alliston for children and youth with special needs.
15 teams will take to the ice to raise money for the Busby Centre and Redwood Park Homes during Hockey Helps the Homeless charity game, Fri. Sept. 30.
Celebrating its 165 anniversary, the Collingwood Agricultural Society is ready to welcome the public back to the Clearview Fairgrounds on Sept. 23 to 25.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has said Hydro One is on standby to provide further support to residents in Atlantic Canada who find themselves without electricity after post-tropical storm Fiona.
Ontario announced a $90M investment into employment programs serving marginalized residents Monday in an effort to alleviate the provincial labour shortage.
Ontario is boosting the amount of money parents will receive in direct patents to “help kids catch up” by about $140 million; however it is not yet clear how that money will be divided or when families can expect it.
Adrian Ghobrial speaks with Jocelyn Gillam, who shares how she narrowly survived being swept up by the sea during Fiona.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
While Canada prepares to honour the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, the majority of provinces have not followed the federal government's move to make it a statutory holiday for its workers.
Denmark said Tuesday it believed 'deliberate actions' by unknown perpetrators were behind big leaks, which seismologists said followed powerful explosions, in two natural gas pipelines running under the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany.
Ukraine's president warned Tuesday that Russia's just concluded 'sham referendums' and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks with Moscow as long as Vladimir Putin remains president, and called for Russia's 'complete isolation' and tough new global sanctions.
Becoming the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada earlier this month has not only raised Pierre Poilievre’s profile among the Canadian public, but has also brought additional attention of his wife. CTVNews.ca takes a look at what we know about Anaida Poilievre.
While experts say it would be 'extremely difficult' to cheat at a high-level chess tournament, it has happened before.
Justin Trudeau travelled Tuesday to Nova Scotia and P.E.I., where he pledged to find ways to build more resilient infrastructure after inspecting the extensive damage caused by post-tropical storm Fiona.
A total of 23 people taken to hospital in St. Catharines following a hazardous workplace incident on Tuesday have been discharged.
Ukraine's former ambassador to Canada says Russia could use so-called referendums in his country to conscript Ukrainians.