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Provincial police say the woman who died after her car was hit by a train in Severn Township on Sunday afternoon was a resident in the area.
The Simcoe Muskoka health unit reports the region's 260th COVID-19 death after a Simcoe County woman, 45 to 64, passed away with the virus.
Police handed out tickets to multiple motorists who they say were caught driving the wrong way on a clearly marked one-way road in Innisfil.
It's the end of an era for a landmark business as the Barrie Garden Centre closed its doors for the final time on Sunday.
Police want to track down a man accused of assaulting a woman walking her dog on a trail in Collingwood Sunday night.
A Cookstown hardware store owner aims to clear up any confusion about vaccination certificates and his business with a message in bright lights.
A Bradford personal support worker (PSW) was awarded a new car on Monday after participating in a vaccine contest.
A young driver faces charges after police say the teen was clocked speeding more than double the posted limit through Springwater Township.
More than 200 orange ribbons hang from the branches in Huntsville's River Mill Park, each representing a documented child found somewhere unearthed in Canada.
Two people were taken to hospital after a head-on crash Monday morning on Dunlop Street West in Barrie.
A 45-year-old man was killed in an off-road single-vehicle collision in Minden Hills over the weekend.
Ontario is investing $100 million in the province's tourism sector to help it recover from the impact of COVID-19.
A rescue operation is underway Monday for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., CTV News has confirmed.
Police in Ontario are warning people about an ongoing 'remote desktop takeover' scam that is leading to hackers being able to access your personal information and steal money.
For the third day in a row Ontario has reported fewer than 700 new COVID-19 infections as the seven-day average of daily cases continues to drop.
A historic jail is for sale in Owen Sound.
Hundreds of people converged on the area for an unsanctioned car rally that began Friday
The summer has officially come to an end, and for many small Muskoka communities, that historically meant the start of the off-season.
It was a perfect fall forecast Sunday as dozens turned out in Orillia for a walk to raise funds for guide dogs across Canada.
A cycling event in Oro Medonte raised $25,000 for Type 1 diabetics on Sunday.
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