A person believed to be responsible for bomb threats across much of Ontario in early November was arrested in Morocco.
More than two years after a loss no parent should face, a Barrie family is starting the holiday season off with a glimmer of hope after winning the RVH Auxiliary's record-setting November 50/50 draw worth $266,908.
One person managed to escape a serious collision near the border of Barrie and Oro-Medonte Thursday evening relatively unscathed.
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Wasaga Beach's chief administration officer dropped a political bombshell in council on Thursday, with allegations the previous administration engaged in questionable behaviour.
Statistics Canada says the unemployment rate ticked up to 5.8 per cent last month as job creation continues to lag population growth in the country.
A new study has documented the peculiar sleeping habits of this species of penguin. Instead of taking one long continuous period of sleep, chinstrap penguins prefer to sleep in seconds-long intervals, more than 10,000 times a day.
An Ottawa family physician won't get to stay in Canada after she did not meet the threshold due to factors outside her control.
A Canadian mining company is expected to begin the process of closing its multibillion-dollar operations in Panama today after weeks of civil unrest and protests from civilians fearing the ecological repercussions of its open-pit copper mine that is twice the size of Manhattan.
Families in search of a real Christmas tree this year better act fast or risk having nothing to put presents underneath.
An early morning fire raged through and destroyed four new townhouses in the Blue Mountains
Experts say drug shortages have gradually worsened in Canada over the last decade, putting patients in difficult and sometimes dangerous positions. But potential solutions like rethinking where drug manufacturing is concentrated and expanding pharmacists' prescribing privileges could help ease those impacts.
A CSIS officer who is among a group of whistleblowers raising allegations of sexual assault and harassment in the spy agency's British Columbia office says she hopes their actions have 'lit a match' to change what she calls a 'dark and disturbing place.'
Provincial police have laid multiple charges against a Toronto-area man in connection to a sexual assault investigation in Tay Township.
The Barrie Colts geared up to hit the ice, but on Thursday night, it's about more than just the game, the team is participating in Save Lives Week, collaborating with Canadian Blood Services to highlight the importance of blood donation, something 10-year-old Lillian Russell knows all too well.
A crime that sent shockwaves through the tight-knit community of Owen Sound remains unsolved as police continue to seek the suspects responsible for the assault and subsequent death of a beloved restaurant owner.
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The Barrie Food Bank is gearing up for its most ambitious Holiday Campaign ever, aiming to raise $1 million and collect 500,000 pounds of food to meet the staggering number of people seeking support.
A holiday adoption campaign is back at the Georgian Triangle Humane Society to help the shelter reduce the number of cats amid a surge in feline surrenders in the past year.
The Bellamys are serious about their food and toy collection, sending out more than 350 flyers and sharing information on social media.
As of May 2023, dog intake has soared 400% over 2022. Cats come to the shelter in a steady stream all year, and the calls never stop. The shelter helped 400 cats in 2022 and are well over that for 2023.
The lackluster Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Orillia, Ont., caught the attention of American late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon, who playfully mocked the festivities on The Tonight Show.
A Barrie high school team has come out on top at the end of an undefeated season.
Conservative MP Rachael Thomas has apologized after drawing criticism from other members of Parliament for asking Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge to answer questions in English at a committee meeting.
More Americans now believe the death penalty, which is undergoing a yearslong decline of use and support, is being administered unfairly, a finding that is adding to its growing isolation in the U.S., according to an annual report on capital punishment.
Israel resumed fighting in Gaza minutes after a temporary ceasefire deal ended, and accused Hamas of having violated the truce. Hamas blames Israel, saying it declined offers to free more hostages.
Instead of being able to focus on recovery, Sam Schultz has been saddled with worries from other gay men that talking about sexual abuse in their community will hurt the fight for LBGTQ+ rights.
Corey Perry says he has started seeking help for his struggles with alcohol following his release from the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks.