New Ministry of Health requirements for mammography equipment won’t affect the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre.
Provincial police want boaters in the region to leave alcohol at home this weekend.
Around 200 people received recognition for their years of volunteer service by the Ontario government, and were presented with pins and certificates on Thursday.
The LCBO today announced that a tentative agreement has been reached with its 6,700 unionized employees, averting the possibility of a strike at LCBO stores and warehouses.
The spectacle this week of a senator having his unauthorized expense claims paid by the prime minister’s chief of staff is yet another reason to scrap the Senate, says one of the upper house’s long-t
A group of Thunder Bay Police officers is receiving special training this week to help them better investigate motor vehicle collisions.
Two local students from very different backgrounds are getting financial help for their education.
This year’s cancer system quality index includes good marks for Northwestern Ontario’s cancer care system.
Gary Harris battles the wind as he gets in some driving practice at the Chapples Golf Course range on Wednesday. The driving ranges at Chapples and Municipal Golf Course opend Wednesday.
A big black bear that nearly mauled to death a 30-year-old Cochrane-area man last weekend was healthy, the Ministry of Natural Resources said Wednesday.