Paul Sadlon took the stand in a Barrie courtroom Wednesday to deny allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman after a business meeting in 2019.
Tiny Township is bringing in regulations to deal with the ever-growing popularity of short-term rentals, but not everyone is pleased with the solution.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a federal offender known to frequent areas of Simcoe County.
Officers from across the province are making use of Collingwood's iconic grain terminals to learn potentially lifesaving skills.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a deadly multi-vehicle collision on Tuesday in Bradford.
Kaaren Brandt sews colourful and creative pillowcases to comfort children hospitalized with life-changing illnesses and said she was inspired after her own hospital stay when she underwent a heart transplant.
Renting in Barrie just got a little more expensive, according to a recent report.
Summer is around the corner, and with the sixth wave of the pandemic appearing to slow, York Region's top doctor urges caution.
A man is in hospital in serious condition after a fight between inmates at the Penetanguishene jail.
Police stopped a driver accused of travelling well over the speed limit through Collingwood in the early morning hours on Wednesday.
With 15 days left until Ontarians cast their ballots, a new survey has found that Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative Party remains in the lead as support for the Ontario NDP has slipped.
Motorists are urged to be more cautious as preventable road fatalities near a 10-year high, according to provincial police.
Two nurses protesting wage restraint by the Ford government were injured outside the provincial leaders' debate in Toronto on Monday evening, their union says, as Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford’s bus arrived at the site and he prepared to disembark.
A cyclist was airlifted to a Toronto hospital after being struck by a gravel truck Wednesday morning in Caledon.
The first step in downtown's revitalization comes in the form of a newly-revised plan for Barrie Central Collegiate's former lands.
Two historic wheelhouses from the Segwun and Wenonah II, are being formally recognized by the Municipal Heritage Committee at the Muskoka Discovery Centre at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
A northern Ontario woman will represent Canada in an international beauty pageant in Japan later this year after winning second place in the Miss Universe Canada competition on the weekend.
A Wasaga Beach woman is in Europe helping thousands of people who have fled the war and those who desperately want to stay behind.
A Thornton, Ont. man opens his home to his childhood friend fleeing his home in Ukraine.
A young Barrie boy with deep roots in Poland is working hard to give back to Ukrainians seeking refuge in his family's native homeland.
A Ukrainian family has found refuge in Barrie, Ont. after months of driving across Europe searching for a safe place to stay.
A Barrie, Ont. man's family escaped their home in Ukraine when it was no longer an option to stay and travelled to the safety of his home.
A 12-year-old Barrie student and current Ontario pre-novice figure skating champion in singles and pairs is heading to Poland to lend a hand to Ukrainian refugee children.
Two McDonald's locations in Simcoe County held a fundraiser for Ukrainian relief on Thursday.
Huntsville's Trevor MacDonald and Oshawa's Robbie Walker were strangers before they met online while looking for ways to help Ukrainian people.
A family doctor from Orillia and a soldier from Bradford joined thousands of volunteers trying to save lives at the Ukrainian border with Poland.
An Ontario government led by the Greens would focus on creating neighbourhoods where residents can “live, work and play,” according to a sneak peek of the party’s election platform that will also include sweeping climate and voting reforms.
The Progressive Conservatives are following the Liberals, NDP and Greens with a new promise—which was not previously outlined in their budget—to increase financial supports for the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) by five per cent if elected.
An Ontario Liberal government would spend $10 billion to build and repair schools if elected in June, with the party pledging to fund the promise by cancelling the planned Highway 413.
After two years of the pandemic, many people are anxious to see concerts and sporting events. But when you buy a ticket, it’s often sent right to your smartphone.
During the pandemic more people became pet owners, but some may not realize how expensive it can be if they require emergency veterinary care.
Door-to-door sales of furnace, air conditioners and water heaters were banned in March 2018, but many Ontarians who signed deals before that are still stuck with them.
An Ontario driver who got a $495 ticket is warning people about a rule he says he didn't know still existed after the province dropped licence plate renewal fees.
A recall of baby formula, compounded by supply chain issues, is causing concern for families in Canada as well as in the United States, where the the effects are being felt even more sharply.
An Ontario woman is warning people about what they choose as their credit card PIN after she said RBC refused to refund nearly $9,000 in fraudulent charges.
An Ontario man has been charged after approximately 10,000 counterfeit toonies were discovered circulating in Canada.
An Ontario woman’s plans to celebrate a milestone birthday in Jamaica were all but ruined thanks to a mistake she says was made by a Toronto travel agency.
A new survey by the Retail Council of Canada finds that 75 per cent of Canadians plan to make purchases to celebrate Mother’s Day and many hope to give those gifts in person.
With roughly 400 military encounters recorded, U.S. Congress holds its first meeting in decades to discuss unidentified flying objects. Joy Malbon reports.
Jason Kenney quit as leader of his party, and premier of Alberta, Wednesday night after receiving a slight majority of support in his United Conservative Party leadership review.
Some are calling attention to a comment about 'Anglo-Saxon words' that Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre made while appearing as a guest on controversial psychologist Jordan Peterson’s podcast. The term has been used by those on the far-right to differentiate white people from immigrants and people of colour.
Ed Fast is no longer the Conservative finance critic, interim party leader Candice Bergen says. Bergen said in a statement late Wednesday that Fast informed her he will be 'stepping away from his duties.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is watching 'carefully' how Quebec's Bill 96 is playing out provincially and respects the freedom of members of Parliament to protest it.
With Statistics Canada reporting a 9.7 per cent increase in food costs over the last year, Canadians are being pushed to find ways to pinch pennies at the grocery stores. Here are some ways to save.
Crown prosecutors want Ottawa protest organizer Tamara Lich sent back to jail to await trial, claiming she breached her bail conditions by agreeing to participate in an event next month where she will receive a 'Freedom Award.'
As Johnny Depp's defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard stretches into its fifth week, experts say public reaction to Heard's testimony sends a perilous reminder that despite the 'MeToo' movement, the credibility of alleged victims of abuse can be fragile.
Provincial police announced Wednesday the human remains found in the water in Dunnville, Ont., the day before are that of a young girl.
The Conservative Party of Canada is investigating a complaint lodged by Patrick Brown's leadership campaign about a racist email it says it received from a member.
Alta. Premier Jason Kenney announces he'll step down as leader after receiving 51.4 per cent of UCP members support in a leadership review.