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Ontario Provincial Police say a man from British Columbia is facing several charges after officers found more than three kilograms of marijuana in his vehicle.
Two weeks to go until election day — but the focus today is on two years ago when Liberals allege PC Leader Doug Ford was trying to sell "bogus" PC memberships inside an Etobicoke Tim Hortons. Here's where we are on day 16.
Police in Sault Ste. Marie say they have located a driver accused of hitting a pedestrian and fleeing the scene.
The future of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation was centre stage during Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne’s visit to Sudbury on Wednesday.
Timmins debate quickly goes from the political to the personal when New Democrat incumbent claims that aggressive PC challenger asked about running for the NDP a few months ago.
Architects from around the world are getting ready to head to Italy, including two students from Laurentian University.
From representatives of the three major parties to the lesser-known longshots, everyone had their say at Wednesday night’s all-candidates debate in Sudbury.
The Doug Ford campaign announced Tuesday if the Progressive Conservatives form the next Ontario government, they will bring forward legislation exempting all Royal Canadian Legion branches from municipal property taxes.
Timmins-James Bay MP and Indigenous Youth Critic Charlie Angus is proposing a new bill calling for a national suicide prevention plan.
Liberal leader Kathleen says her party will increase funding to the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund if re-elected in the upcoming June provincial election.
A local Liberal candidate would prefer that Wynne not visit and Andrea Horwath returns to her Hamilton roots by picking up an arc welder. This is your Campaigner.
Felix Lopes, Jr.’s journey to Sudbury began when he was four years old, arriving in Canada via France without speaking a word of English.
A pedestrian has died in Sault Ste. Marie after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon and police are still looking for the driver who hit him.
In the voice of the Ophelia from Hamlet, Emily Morin writes about the Women's Memorial March in Vancouver, B.C.
Candidates in the Timiskaming-Cochrane discussed highways, health care and everything in between at a debate Tuesday night. But of the seven people running to be MPP, only two showed up.
It's been 28 years since the Ontario NDP had a real shot at winning an election. That's so long ago that the SkyDome was still brand new, and only a select few carried cellphones, which were the size of bricks.
Railway advocates in northeastern Ontario are hoping voters keep passenger trains top of mind when they go to the polls in June. The Northeastern Ontario Rail Network (NEORN) is calling on the next provincial government to restore passenger service in the region.