A man drowned while out swimming in Chutes Provincial Park over the weekend, police have confirmed.
One person was killed in a car crash on Highway 17 east of Espanola, Ont., on Sunday, said the Ontario Provincial Police.
The courtyard at Sudbury city hall is getting some attention after falling into disrepair during the pandemic.
Northeastern Ontario highways have seen twice as many serious car crashes in 2022 than at this time last year. That's meant some long waits for drivers and increased pressure for police investig...
The solar system is a big place. To show just how big, Sudbury’s Science North has opened a new outdoor exhibit it calls the Sudbury Solar System Path. It’s a scale model of the solar system ...
Kevin Schofield started his life on a trap line in Moose Factory, not far from the James Bay coast, where he taught himself to play the guitar and sing.
A quilt made of Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli’s yellow ties sold for $5,000 at a charity auction in North Bay, Ont.
Premier Doug Ford unveiled his slightly expanded new cabinet Friday, with several top posts unchanged and Sylvia Jones stepping into the role of minister of health, one of the province's most im...
Sudbury’s Cambrian College has opened a new space dedicated to its LGBTQ community. The Cambrian Pride Centre will be both a resource centre and positive space for students and staff at the col...
The Jan Browning Boutique clothing store, located in downtown Sudbury, is closing after 56 years in business.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveiled his new cabinet on a sunny Friday morning outside of Queen's Park. After Friday's swearing-in ceremony, stormy economic and political weather lies ahead.
Police arrested and charged a person in Greater Sudbury for human trafficking.
A class-action lawsuit involving former breast imaging patients and Health Sciences North in Sudbury, Ont., has been discontinued. The suit was launched in February 2021 after a former patient sa...
Many within the Sudbury arts community are disappointed Laurentian University will be allowed to sell the collection at the Art Gallery of Sudbury.
A decade since a deadly mall collapse made international headlines, a small northern Ontario city is still seeking closure.
Seven years after Honourary Chief Wilton Littlechild of the Maskwacis Cree Nation helped pen a recommendation calling for the creation of a national reconciliation oversight body, the federal gov...
The Canadian economy may need to find a way to permanently adjust to higher oil and gas prices even when the cost of other goods start to fall, according to a former Bank of Canada governor.
Algoma Public Health lifted its water advisory for everyone who draws water from the St. Mary’s River, following an oil spill from Algoma Steel on June 9.
A farmer from Manitoulin Island in Ontario estimates he lost a quarter of his winter squash crop and some ground cherries due to a storm that produced strong winds last Friday.
A Vancouver-based mining company wants to see copper in more public spaces due to its antimicrobial properties.