Hundreds of fans in Gravenhurst got up close and personal with some of their favourite NHL players Thursday as the Toronto Maple Leafs arrived for day two of their training camp in cottage country.
Midland firefighters were called to a home on Johnson Street - between Robert and Scott streets - just after 2 p.m.
Police will be out in full force this Thanksgiving holiday weekend, targeting risky behaviours on the roads, including impaired, aggressive, and distracted driving.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford sent a message Thursday to education workers who voted in favour of a strike: "Don't force my hand."
Here's a look at what's open and closed this Thanksgiving holiday Monday.
After a two-year pandemic-related hiatus, Barrie’s tradition of hosting Santa in the Santa Claus parade will continue on Barrie on Sat., Nov.19.
A single person received more than $38,000 from Ontario’s licence plate sticker refund program, while some $32 million ended up with people who appeared to own more than five cars, according to data obtained by CTV News Investigates.
The province has given the nod to the Bluewater District School Board to put out to tender for a renovation to St. Edmunds Public School in Tobermory.
Celebrate the Halloween season at a new, free, family-friendly event hosted on Oct. 18 and Oct. 19 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Sadlon Arena.
It was a celebration of all things sports as some of Barrie's most beloved athletes had their achievements celebrated Wednesday night.
Colourful chairs that have graced the streets of Collingwood in an art project are up for grabs in a silent auction on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are sharpening their skills in cottage country with one week to go before the start of a new season.
A long-standing feud between former members of the Midland Police Service and the town's police service's board has resurfaced less than three weeks before the municipal election.
Four people, including a minor, face drugs and weapons-related charges after officers noticed the group "acting suspiciously" in a parking lot in Georgina.
Police laid an attempted murder charge in connection with an investigation in Huntsville involving a dispute between two people where witnesses reported hearing a gunshot.
York Regional Police investigators are appealing to auto body and mechanical repair shops that may have recently done work on a vehicle believed to be involved in a fatal pedestrian collision.
Volunteers for Fresh Food Weekly were busy packing Thanksgiving boxes on Wednesday to hand-deliver to 75 families in Barrie.
For the first time, the City of Barrie will not have in-person voting for the upcoming city-wide municipal election.
Oro-Medonte is using traditional paper and mail-in ballots for the municipal election on Oct. 24.
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.
Here are the candidates running for mayor in the municipal election on Oct. 24 across the region.
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.
More than 30 artists and craftspeople will exhibit their art during the Thanksgiving weekend at 18 studios.
After more than two decades, the Robinsons are retiring from the Candy Shoppe on Highway 11 in Orillia.
Barrie’s Fire and Emergency Service (BFES) has come up with a fun way to play with chalk while learning about fire safety.
The annual Muskoka Cranberry Route is returning this fall for another season.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury’s Women’s Institute is celebrating 75 years of social and community service by supporting women abroad and locally.
The Ontario government has released proposed regulations for its so-called ‘strong mayor’ legislation that reveal when a veto can be used.
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.
The Guinness book of world records says a Michigan cat is the tallest living domestic cat in the world, measuring at 18.8 inches tall.
An Ontario woman who was sexually assaulted by Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard in a Toronto hotel room nearly six years ago says her life was 'shattered beyond recognition' as a result of the incident.
Pressure appears to be mounting on Hockey Canada from both top corporate sponsors and political leaders, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggesting that if the national hockey governing body continues to resist calls for change, the organization could be replaced. Several corporate sponsors have confirmed pulling their support. Here's what they have said about their decisions.
Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says more interest rate hikes are necessary to bring inflation down, despite some early signs of a slowing economy.
The NDP are calling on the federal government to take steps to tackle 'greedflation' and get to the bottom of the rising cost of groceries.
A $1 billion class action lawsuit has been filed in the Court of King’s Bench against the Government of Manitoba and the Attorney General of Canada related to the child welfare system in Manitoba.
A former police officer facing a drug charge burst into a day care centre Thursday in Thailand, killing dozens of preschoolers and teachers and then shooting more people as he fled. At least 36 people were slain in the deadliest rampage in the nation's history.
In his first speech as sovereign, King Charles III voiced his 'love for Harry and Meghan,' signalling that tensions between the Royal Family, and Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be starting to cool. Reducing the rancour between these members of the Royal Family will be key to paving a path forward for the monarchy, says royal commentator Richard Berthelsen.
Ahead of Thanksgiving Day, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency is reminding cross-border shoppers that raw poultry or poultry by-products can’t be brought into the country from the U.S. due to ongoing avian flu outbreaks.
The Supreme Court of Canada will take time to weigh arguments about the constitutionality of an 18-year refugee agreement between Ottawa and Washington after hearing a challenge Thursday from claimants and human rights advocates.