The provincial government is expanding the amount of power paramedics have when responding to an emergency.
A decision handed down by the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) ruled a Stratford police officer who “fell short in his duty of care” will not be criminally prosecuted in connection to the death of a toddler who was “failing to thrive.”
There was a major police presence in Woodstock Wednesday afternoon for a weapons investigation involving the bomb squad and canine units.
For one day only, you won’t have to go to Las Vegas if you want a drive-thru marriage.
After days of fans speculation the Guelph Nighthawks franchise would be leaving the Royal City, the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) made it official -- the Nighthawks will be flying to a new location.
Ontario Health Minister Sylvia Jones says the province is expanding a program that allows paramedics to take patients somewhere other than an emergency room, such as a mental health facility, or to treat them on scene. Jones says she will be releasing a broader plan this week aimed at health system stability and recovery.
A new way to get to the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market is now available to the public.
A nationwide shortage of liquid Children’s Tylenol is also impacting generic chewables, with Quebec-based Laboratoire Riva reporting a shortage due to rising demand.
A new study has found that more than half of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 were unaware they had it.
The Ontario government will reveal the next steps of its “Plan to Stay Open” on Thursday.
An eastern Ontario doctor who was charged with first-degree murder in the death of a patient is facing three new murder charges, Ontario Provincial Police have announced.
Canadians are recalling their fondest memories of shopping at Zellers as plans for its return are announced nearly a decade since its doors closed.
An Ont. doctor already charged in patient's death faces three more murder charges; the number of people who mainly speak French has dropped.
Bill Fortier reports on how science is giving Tasmanian tiger a second chance at life — 86 years after humans killed off the species.