Provincial police seek to identify three young teenagers accused of breaking into an ambulance bay in Barrie.
One person suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision that sparked flames in Oro Township.
The Ontario government is investing more than $800,000 to help create two affordable housing units in Barrie for Indigenous families at risk of homelessness and those fleeing domestic violence.
Police and paramedics responded to a two-vehicle collision at Highway 10 at Old School Road early Thursday morning.
Demolition of the Highway 89 bridge will shut down Highway 400 on Oct. 1
Police in Barrie are investigating a swift overnight break-in and theft at a business in a south-end plaza.
Police say an officer on patrol stopped some high school students out on a joyride during their lunch break in Caledon.
Ontario’s minimum wage goes up this weekend. Here's what you need to know.
The City of Barrie has a new, redesigned website at Barrie.ca
Nikki Glahn started Barrie Families Unite (BFU) as a social media group during the lonely days of the pandemic in March 2020
An apartment building on Peel Street in Barrie was evacuated after a basement fire broke out early Thursday morning.
Youth Haven is launching a capital campaign called "New Haven for Youth Haven" with the support of the Simcoe County Home Builders Association.
When hospitals across the province are trying to free up space and find accommodations for seniors at long-term care homes, Sunset Manor in Collingwood hasn't been able to accept new residents for more than a year.
Water rescues for the Orillia Fire Department just got a whole lot easier with a new rescue boat unveiled Wednesday.
The second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is approaching and there are some things you should know about who gets the day off in Ontario,
For the first time, the City of Barrie will not have in-person voting for the upcoming city-wide municipal election.
OPP have identified the victim of a fatal crash that happened Tuesday in Meaford. Police were called to the scene around 12:20 p.m. on Highway 26 just east of Grey County Road 112 and found a head-on collision between a compact vehicle and a pickup truck.
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.
The Canadian Library is an art installation featuring books wrapped in Indigenous-designed fabric focusing on missing and murdered Indigenous women and children.
Thirty-five employers are scheduled to attend a job fair in Barrie on Wed., Sept. 28, seeking to fill job vacancies.
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.
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.
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.
W5 investigates the shortage of volunteer firefighters in communities across Canada and how it's putting people's lives in danger.
Thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope, a team of Canadian astronomers were able to spot the most distant and possibly the oldest star clusters ever discovered.
Rescue crews piloted boats and waded through flooded streets Thursday to save thousands of Floridians trapped after Hurricane Ian destroyed homes and businesses and left millions in the dark. The destruction began to come into focus a day after Ian made landfall in Florida as one of the strongest hurricanes ever to hit the U.S.
A global helium shortage that began last year continues today, disrupting various helium-reliant industries from predicting the weather to making semiconductors and detecting gas leaks in ships.
Hundreds of royal fans lined up outside Windsor Castle for the chance to pay their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II as the chapel where the late monarch was buried opened to the public Thursday for the first time since her death. The queen's death certificate says the 96-year-old monarch died of old age.
The Toronto Blue Jays locked up a playoff spot Thursday afternoon without taking the field, securing a berth when the Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles 5-3.
A Winnipeg father who fatally stabbed his three-year-old daughter won’t be eligible for parole for 18 years, a judge ruled Thursday afternoon.
The RCMP says Jeremy MacKenzie's arrest was not influenced by Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre's request to have the Mounties look into comments about his wife.
Quebec's immigration and labour minister claims that newcomers to the province "go to Montreal, don't work, and don't speak French," though he later tweeted he expressed "his thoughts badly."
There’s no way around it — Farming is one of the most stressful occupations on the planet. “Seventy six per cent of farmers are self identifying as having moderate to high stress levels. In general, that is much higher stress levels than the general population,” said Ontario Federation of Agriculture President Peggy Brekveld.
Tom Walters has the latest from Florida where Hurricane Ian's storm surge has caused significant damage.