The new Smoke-Free Ontario Act Amendments may take a bit of getting used to for local municipalities.
Not every homeless cat is meant to be your typical family pet.
Buying a coffee for the next person in line, is something Canadians have been doing for years - only now, it has a name
Central Hastings OPP are looking for one man in connection with the robbery Monday afternoon of the Bank of Montreal here.
The Harden & Huyse Cafe is looking to blaze new culinary trails.
The namesake for Cobourg's Terry Fox Public School was the pride of Canada.
COBOURG — About 1,000 former Vikings should be coming to town in three weeks to be there for the closing of Cobourg District Collegiate Institute West
Journey Through the Arts, a multi-faceted arts facility, is pleased to be celebrating its 14th children's summer program at the Old Art School.
Ever noticed how tomato juice tastes better on a plane? Cornell University researchers say there's a scientific reason for that.
Training for the sex-education curriculum and autism therapy are on the union’s naughty list as elementary teachers get set to escalate job action.
Supervillain movie Suicide Squad has taken over Yonge St.
Twenty-six Canadian beaches and six marinas were certified this year under the international designation administered in Canada by the organization Environmental Defence.
Eugenie Bouchard's mediocre run continued when the sixth-seeded Canadian was knocked out of the French Open 6-4, 6-4 in the first round by Kristina Mladenovic on Tuesday.
WINNIPEG - Canadian health authorities are investigating after 34 people became sick with salmonella infections after contact with live baby poultry.