BREAKING | Verdict reached in Barrie murder trial
A jury of six men and six women handed down their verdict Thursday morning for the death of Ryan Babineau, who died after suffering nearly 70 stab wounds and lacerations.
Parker Graye, a 33-year-old from Orillia, has always loved performing and has been pursuing her dream of becoming a musician since she was a little girl.
Police are investigating a deadly collision in the Town of The Blue Mountains Thursday.
One person faces charges after a drug bust at a motel in Barrie Wednesday.
The Town of Midland's plan to develop 40 acres of town land, including 1,100 meters of waterfront, has been put on hold after the preferred developer decided it would no longer be part of the project.
A business is in ruins after an early morning fire Thursday in Huntsville.
Police hope to speak with anyone who witnessed a snowmobile crash on a trail in Dysart et al on Wednesday that left the rider in serious condition.
Early-morning snow plows a-plenty were scraping the streets in all directions, yet Barrie and surrounding areas' roads are still comparable to driving through mashed potatoes at times.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has given Sunset Manor in Collingwood the green light to welcome new residents after shutting down admissions roughly a year and a half ago.
The health unit in Simcoe Muskoka is taking steps to limit access to illegal tobacco and vapour products sold to youths.
To get into the rhythm of saving a life, St. John Ambulance and the Rotary Club of Barrie are partnering to offer free CPR courses at the Lampman Lane Community Centre on Feb. 25.
The woman accused of seriously injuring three people crossing a Barrie intersection in December has been released from custody.
Barrie city councillors addressed concerns over the impact a downtown development could have on city-owned property.
Kavi Bless struggled with mental health and addiction for years and now puts his energy towards encouraging others to seek support.
A restaurant employee is celebrating her first big lottery win of $250,000.
Despite police warnings about inconsistent ice conditions, authorities say anglers and others are still taking the risk and venturing out on the lake.
One of only three Tudhope-Everitt cars in existence has found its way back to Simcoe County, thanks to procurement from the County of Simcoe.
The City of Barrie is unveiling new tools in its ongoing effort to create a welcoming and inclusive community.
Barrie's Coldest Night of the Year is a walk held to raise funds for Youth Haven on February 25.
A local charity is calling on people to embrace their creative side this month to help provide a smile to someone going through a challenging time.
Students at a Barrie High School put their talents towards making sure resources are available for their friends in need.
Twenty twinkling light displays are dispersed across Clearview Township for families and friends to find and enjoy until Feb. 27.
Ryan's Hope is on the move, shifting its Breakfast-To-Go program, which provides food every morning to those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Barrie, inside Trinity Anglican Church from outside Collier Street United Church on Monday.
There are still about 170,000 defective blue licence plates on Ontario's roads three years after production was halted.
Ontario’s top doctor is urging residents to 'remain vigilant' as some regions see a rise of the 'Kraken' subvariant of COVID-19.
Experts are warning that electronic tracking and monitoring of remote employees in Ontario could be used by companies as evidence of time theft.
Lisa Roth said she was 'blown away' when her dog named Ares began pushing soil overtop of an older dog named Leonard who has passed away.
The federal Liberal government is joining the Opposition Conservatives in no longer allowing its members of Parliament to expense taxpayers for home internet services.
On Feb. 27, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said his country needed fighters, and foreigners were welcome to join the front line in the defence against Russian aggression. Some Canadians were among the first to answer the call.
Canada is sending four combat-ready battle tanks to Ukraine and will be deploying 'a number' of Canadian Armed Forces members to train Ukrainian soldiers on how to operate them.
For some people, relaxation looks like settling down with a nice glass of wine and the most graphic, disturbing tale of murder imaginable.
Retailers and tech companies use many tools to mine consumers for data they can share with third parties, but there are steps consumers can take to protect and safeguard their personal information.
Following the deaths of more than 300 children from contaminated cough syrups in several countries, Health Canada says it's been more than a decade since similar cases were identified here.
Rent prices in Canada grew at a record pace last year as the country saw the lowest vacancy rate since 2001, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said.
The independent body that oversees the safety of technical systems and equipment in British Columbia has found a deadly ammonia leak near Kamloops last May was a tragedy that took years to unfold.
Ottawa police and Bylaw Services are telling residents and visitors they will be taking a zero-tolerance approach to parking, noise and fireworks violations downtown this weekend, on the one-year anniversary of the 'Freedom Convoy' demonstration.
Deep snow, heavy winds, and lots of rain hit various parts of the Maritimes Thursday.