With the backdrop of a scathing report from the Ontario Federation of Labour and Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups criticizing the Workplace S
Cobourg’s David Newland is one of two folk singer/songwriters named Fellows of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) last week.
The sixth annual Colborne Public School Festival of Trees takes place this coming weekend.
Asians just don’t look differently they think and behave differently too, Caroline Yang of MultiCultural Business Solutions told a cultural preparedne
There are a lot of strong reasons that Northumberland County should consider, and expect, attracting international visitors from Asia – including the
If you check Santa's calendar, you'll see he plans a visit to the Canadian Fire Fighters Museum on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m., following the Port Hope
Matt Goeree (10) and Sam Dunn (11) of the Cobourg Cougars battle for puck against opponents from the Toronto Patriots during an Ontario Junior Hockey
The federal government on Tuesday pushed back to the end of February its deadline for accepting 25,000 Syrian refugees.
A 19-year-old woman was struck and killed by a falling tree this past weekend.
A woman was struck and killed on Highway 401 early Tuesday morning.
The Cobourg Lakeshore Lions Club has been working diligently for over 30 years to improve the quality of life for the people of Cobourg and the surrou
The four festive baskets that now serve as holiday decoration on the Walton Street bridge that spans the Ganaraska River are the work of Port Hope Hor
Bolivian officials say they have arrested two women on human trafficking charges.
Turing Pharmaceuticals is reneging on its pledge to cut the US$750-per-pill price.