Mohamad Lilo is charged with attempted murder, attempted kidnapping and kidnapping related to the disappearance of Elnaz Hajtamiri; who hasn’t been seen or heard from since Jan. 12.
An annual golf tournament that supports a local hospital is underway in Port Severn today.
After two years of a pandemic-related reduction in fundraising, A&W is happy to announce it’s once again hosting Burgers to Beat MS Day.
Alexander Jolly, accused of shooting a young mother in Newmarket, is still on the run three weeks after her death as the woman's former partner urges the public to help track the man responsible down.
Fairty has a three-generation green thumb inherited from her grandfather, who ran a sod farm in Markham.
The CNE returns this Friday in full force and with it, a slate of carnival-worthy foods sure to shock and amaze your taste buds. Here’s a rundown of some of the offerings this year:
A driver near Orangeville had to leave his truck and walk home after police said he was stopped for towing an unsafe load.
Police were called to the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care Wednesday afternoon to inspect a questionable package found by a staff member at the Church Street facility.
Provincial police ask the public to keep an eye out for a Rama First Nation man known to frequent the Midland area.
The Town of Collingwood was buzzing after celebrity Mark Wahlberg visited the area over the weekend.
MacLeod, a 25-year-old registered nurse from Barrie, with the full support of her husband, decided to take unpaid leave to travel to Poland with Canadian Medical Assistance Teams.
Lock it or lose it, police in Gravenhurst warn as they investigate "multiple reports of thefts from unlocked vehicles" in the past two weeks.
An OPP officer has been cleared of wrongdoing in connection with the death of a man who crashed a stolen police cruiser into a ditch in Oro-Medonte.
Fire crews from Clearview Township were called to a house fire Wednesday morning.
In the last two years, health experts report a spike in hospital visits from opioid abuse and a 25 per cent increase in opioid-related deaths across Simcoe Muskoka.
The Ontario government will reveal the next steps of its “Plan to Stay Open” on Thursday.
The hub of recreation in Orillia is having its official opening Friday.
Thanks to a donation by the Kiwanis Club of Orillia, Hospice Orillia has expanded its Equine Bereavement Support Group to include younger participants.
Cadets from Blackdown were at Six Mile Lake learning how to handle canoes in all conditions.
The Ruff Mudder Canine Obstacle Adventure adds two things to your dog's life that they desperately want: to spend a full day with you, in the mud.
An aquatic wheelchair was added recently to the Alliston Rotary Pool.
Kathleen Doherty is travelling to Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to summit the Uhuru Peak in September.
The Edenvale Aerodrome is holding an open house Saturday, where a full-size replica of the Avro Arrow will be on display.
About 60 per cent of Toronto’s non-profit childcare centres have opted into the federal government’s $10 a day program ahead of a Sept. 1 deadline but the uptake among for-profit centres has lagged behind.
Ontarians will not have to pay out of pocket for health-care services, the province's health minister said Thursday, a day after she came under fire for refusing to rule out further privatization in the system.
Concerns are being raised about the sale of a screwdriver that looks like a replica handgun available at a popular auto retailer across Canada.
One of the largest music festivals in Canada was scheduled to be this weekend. But instead, it was cancelled for the third year in a row.
Parents of young children may need a prescription for over-the-counter fever and pain medication due to a shortage at some pharmacies, Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children is warning.
When Airbnb first launched 14 years ago, it changed the way many people book their vacations as they travel locally and around the world.
A community of about 200 townhouse condominium units has been told that $3.5 million is needed for renovations and individual unit owners will have to pay their share.
The Ontario government is planning to move forward with several tax credits that could provide hundreds of dollars per year to residents.
A recent research report released by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries found that condo boards should be making sure there are enough reserve funds being budgeted to help pay for expensive repairs in the future.
An Ontario woman says she was scammed out of $11,000 after months spent working with a Texas psychic she met on TikTok following the death of her stepfather.
Parents may get direct payments from the Ontario government yet again this year. This will be the fourth payout to parents since Premier Doug Ford took office in 2018.
From Korean corn dogs to ketchup and mustard ice cream, there are plenty of sights and tastes for everyone at the CNE.
Pope Francis is declaring that there is not enough evidence to open a canonical investigation for sexual assault against Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet. The pontiff made the statement Thursday through the director of the Holy See press office.
A top executive at former U.S. President Donald Trump's family business pleaded guilty Thursday to evading taxes in a deal with prosecutors that could potentially make him a star witness against the company at a trial this fall.
In the wake of the Hockey Canada scandal, some advocates are calling for the use of non-disclosure agreements to be banned or restricted in settlement agreements in cases involving abuse.
A new study has found that more than half of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 were unaware they had it. Undiagnosed infections could be the reason why the variant spread so rapidly, according to researchers.
A nationwide shortage of liquid Children’s Tylenol is also impacting generic chewables, with Quebec-based Laboratoire Riva reporting a shortage due to rising demand.
Finland's prime minister says she did not take any drugs during a 'wild' party in a private home, adding she did nothing wrong when letting her hair down and partying with friends.
Turkey's president and the UN chief met with Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy on Thursday in a high-stakes bid to ratchet down a war raging for nearly six months, boost desperately needed grain exports and secure the safety of Europe's biggest nuclear power plant.
Local authorities in British Columbia's Okanagan region say all evacuation orders around the so-called Keremeos Creek wildfire near Penticton have been rescinded.
Dr. Steve Flindall reacts to the health care announcement from Ont. Health Minister Sylvia Jones and if it will ease the pressure on overcrowded ERs.