The family of a man whose body was discovered dismembered and scattered in Oro-Medonte and Muskoka more than 12 years ago say it hopes to find closure with a recent arrest in the historic case.
Police in Wasaga Beach are investigating an incident at a grocery store and asking the public for help.
Huntsville business owners who endured road closures, detours and construction delays are breathing a sigh of relief with the completion of a major project to revitalize the downtown core.
A driver accused of speeding in Springwater Township while impaired faces charges, according to police.
After more than two decades, the Robinsons are retiring from the Candy Shoppe on Highway 11 in Orillia.
Police pulled three commercial motor vehicles (CMV) from the road during a one-day safety blitz in Georgian Bluffs.
Two people have been charged in connection to an ongoing robbery investigation in Essa Township.
Gas prices in Ontario are expected to take a huge jump, a single-day increase that one industry analyst says has only happened a few times this decade
Members of the Ontario Provincial Police in Haliburton are warning residents about an extortion scam that has been occurring in the area.
Simcoe County's livable wage ranks fourth in Ontario, according to recent data.
A series of break-ins at Barrie businesses has caused concern among owners who feel the police should do more, while authorities ask owners to step up security.
If you live in an apartment, then you've more than likely felt the effects of the dramatically increased rental rates in Canada. Personal finance contributor Christopher Liew explores some of the key factors contributing to the increased rental prices in Canada, along with some of the things that Canadians are doing to cope with the current market.
Police in Parry Sound are warning northern Ontario residents about a roof repair fraud scam believed to be targeting older adults.
An early morning power outage left more than 1,600 homes and businesses in the dark in Barrie.
After two terms as mayor, Steve Clarke helmed one of his final meetings in Orillia's council chambers on Monday afternoon.
Barrie’s Fire and Emergency Service (BFES) has come up with a fun way to play with chalk while learning about fire safety.
Provincial police had a vehicle in Barrie towed to the impound yard with several infractions, OPP says.
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.
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.
A flag-raising ceremony was held on Saturday to mark the beginning of cadets week in Barrie.
Nikki Glahn started Barrie Families Unite (BFU) as a social media group during the lonely days of the pandemic in March 2020
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.
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.
Ontario announced a $90M investment into employment programs serving marginalized residents Monday in an effort to alleviate the provincial labour shortage.
Loretta Lynn, the 'coal miner's daughter' and queen of country music for seven decades, has died. She was 90.
As MPs kicked off a study on the future of the House of Commons' use of a hybrid sitting structure, Speaker Anthony Rota is calling for members of Parliament to consider the 'big picture' in making their recommendations as to whether it's time to retire the virtual elements of proceedings that were ushered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scientists have uncovered an association between tumours and fungi, which may lead to a deeper understanding towards the biology of certain cancers.
Russian troops abandoned a key Ukrainian city so rapidly that they left the bodies of their comrades in the streets, offering more evidence Tuesday of Moscow's latest military defeat as it struggles to hang on to four regions of Ukraine that it illegally annexed last week.
Excluding the CAQ, Quebec's major provincial parties received similar results between them in terms of popular support. But the same can't be said for the number of seats they won.
Loretta Lynn, the Kentucky coal miner's daughter whose frank songs about life and love as a woman in Appalachia pulled her out of poverty and made her a pillar of country music, has died. She was 90.
Jaqueline McDermott, 22, from Kitchener has been reported missing in B.C., and her family is putting out a plea across the country for help.
Two women have critical injuries after a bear attack on a trail in northeastern B.C., local Mounties say.
A Canadian naval officer has been relieved of her duties aboard a coastal defence vessel deployed on a NATO operation in Europe over allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct.
A child welfare worker is telling a coroner's inquest that had she known an Indigenous teen in her care had a history of suicidal thoughts and self-harm, she would have tried to talk to him about it.
Conservative MP Raquel Thomas questioned Andrea Skinner about why the board is 'protecting' the Hockey Canada's president.