Canadian families anxiously await word from relatives travelling in the...
Demi Lovato praised Bruce Jenner for "saving lives" by being open...
People in the news business should know better.
Ontario Premier Kathleen’s Wynne’s 2015 budget keeps faith with the poor,...
Mazda took the wraps off Mazda-designed artworks, including “Bike by KODO...
Brooke Henderson, 17 of Smiths Falls, Ont. closed with a 74 in Sunday's final round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in San Francisco, Calif. She finished in third place just one stroke back of LPGA stars Morgan Pressel and Lydia Ko.
Brooke Henderson has officially arrived on the LPGA.
University of Waterloo student, Ariana Cuvin, beat 300 other submissions in a design contest to create a logo for Canada’s 150th anniversary coming up in 2017. The logo will be featured on special products commemorating the event.
Ariana Cuvin’s new year’s resolution was to expand her artistic portfolio.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was confronted by protestors denouncing the new sex education curriculum during her March 26 appearance at the Verdi Hospitatlity Centre in Malton to attend a media reception celebrating Ontario's diversity.
Ontario educators are scrambling to combat confusion and false information among critics of the province’s new sex-education curriculum —...
Heinz recalls baby food over possible spoilage
The Heinz Sweet Potato and Beef Medley of baby food has been removed due to a “potential loss of seal, which could cause spoilage”
Carla Power, a former Newsweek journalist, spent a year studying the Qur'an with Mohammad Akram Nadwi, a renowned Islamic scholar
Author Carla Power spent a year studying the Qur'an after realizing how little Western writers know about the Muslim holy book
Dr. Annie Sparrow, here in Toronto in October, has worked with Syrian doctors travelling often to Syria’s border in Turkey, and has urged the UN to act, at the very least to establish no-bombing zones.
Two hours after UN saw video of children suffering from gas warfare, there were reports of more chlorine bombs dropped in Syria’s Idlib...
Canadian Joel Bourgeois, center, takes part in the 3000 m steeplechase at Winnipeg's 1999 Pan Am Games. He won a the gold medal in the event.
In Toronto the Pan Ams are boosting sport infrastructure, but Winnipeg got little from the Games
UPDATE MAKES SPELLING OF KATHMANDU CONSISTANT: Map locates a deadly earthquake in Nepal. ; 2c x 3 inches; 96.3 mm x 76 mm;
Here are four things to know about the earthquake for Canadians
Musician petitioning for Stratford, Ont. teacher to attend Holland WWII ceremony
Rainbow District secondary school teachers in Sudbury on strike
Three-year-old boy in grave condition after falling from 17th floor apartment
Motion for Alta government to take "prudent approach" to school Wi-Fi defeated
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Upper Canada Village opens for...
The Thousand Islands Playhouse has received significant funding from government agencies.
An early-morning blaze in Leeds and the Thousand Islands on Sunday required more than 65...
Ed and Jane VanderBaaren have been operating Custom Decor Carpet One in Brockville for more than...
Laminate flooring is sometimes seen as the cheap and poor quality alternative to hardwood. While...
If you’re putting new floors in your home, and you love the look of hardwood, you may be having...
By Carol Heller, Home Fire & CO Safety Expert, Kidde Canada.
If you didn’t realize that...