It looks like Love Locks is a hit since being launched on May 18 in Cobourg. Inspired by an ancient custom where lovers lock a padlock on a chain or a
Some nightmares don't have to recur, and Trent Hills Mayor Hector Macmillan is glad that the devastating flood conditions of 2008 did not happen again
From the outside, you'd never know there was a material recovery facility covering 218,000 square feet of the former William Street, Cobourg Kraft pla
Robyn Hamlyn, a 14-year-old Kingston girl, has travelled across the country on a mission to urge more communities to declare themselves blue.
A guide book to new jobs expected to open up in Northumberland between this year and 2015 was launched last week based on data collected from county e
It was "sort of surprising" that NDP leader Andrea Horwath decided to support the Ontario Liberal minority government's budget without taking the time
Will Smith staged an impromptu 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' reunion during a U.K. TV interview.
A strain of cockroaches in Europe has evolved to outsmart the sugar traps used to kill them, researchers have discovered.
Of the 21 richest countries in the world, Canada ranks third from the bottom when it comes to the number of paid vacation days its workers receive.
The United Steelworkers, Canada's largest union, congratulated the Royal Bank of Canada for promising not to hire foreign workers to replace Canadians and not to outsource jobs.
Police in Vancouver have issued a public warning after a dog was hooked in a vicious animal trap on a hiking trail.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford broke his silence Friday to deny he uses crack cocaine.
Part of a freeway bridge over the Skagit River in Washington state collapsed on Thursday, sending vehicles falling into the water below.
A Federal Court judge has ruled a crime was committed in the last general election but the case is still a whodunit.