Isn’t it iconic? Alanis Morissette to perform at Hall of Fame induction

TORONTO — Alanis Morissette is getting a place in the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. Organizers have named the Ottawa-raised "Jagged Little Pill" singer-songwriter as...

Clean up, power restoration efforts underway after destructive Ontario storm

Crews are working to restore power tomore than 150,000 Ontario customers who are still without hydro after a deadly storm swept through the province...

Data clean up over long weekend shows active count droping below 100

As previously reported, Algoma Public Health is no longer updating COVID-19 related data on weekends and holidays. Correspondingly, on Tuesday the health agency is confirming...

Indigenous music: promoting healing and wellness through the arts and cultures of First Nations, Métis and Inuit

May 24, 2022 As part of its efforts to encourage and ensure equity, respect and inclusion in its school communities, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon,...

Interest in mortgages from credit unions, private lenders up as rates rise: Brokers

TORONTO — Canadian mortgage brokers say homebuyers are increasingly considering credit unions and private lenders to secure mortgages as rates rise. The brokers notice Canadians...

Hedley frontman’s sex assault trial set to resume in Toronto today

TORONTO — The sex assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard is set to resume in Toronto today. The Crown finished presenting its evidence early...

Numerous injuries after chaos breaks out at east Toronto beach

Toronto police say they made more than a dozen arrests after chaos broke out at an east-end beach on Sunday night, leaving multiple people...

Male Charged With Flight From Police

On May 21, 2022, members from the East Algoma Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were on patrol duties on Dayton Road in...

Students keep Blind River clean

Students of École Saint-Joseph (Blind River) are doing their part to preserve our environment by participating in the community clean-up! Last week, each class...

Ottawa’s $10B Loan for TMX Sidelines Climate Action and Affordability

Last week, the government approved a $10-billion loan guarantee for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. This is in stark contrast to the Finance Minister’s...
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S&P/TSX composite edges lower in late-morning trading, U.S. stock markets tumble

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index edged lower in late-morning trading, weighed down by losses in the technology sector, while U.S. stock markets also...

Ontario election campaign chugs along in hybrid mode, with two leaders isolating

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TORONTO — Ontario's election campaign will run half virtually, half in-person today, as the leaders for the New Democratic and Green parties isolate with...

Survey: Basketball is the sport of choice for bettors in Ontario

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TORONTO — Over three in 10 Ontario residents are betting on sports at least once a week and their activity of choice is the...

European formula not yet on store shelves despite temporary Health Canada allowance

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TORONTO — Measures to keep Canada's stretched baby formula supplies from spiraling into a widespread shortage like that seen in the United States are...

Over first quarter of season, Jays’ strong pitching has made up for middling offence

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TORONTO — Several one-run victories by the Toronto Blue Jays in April have helped offset a May slide that has left the team hovering...

Supreme Court to hear case about access to Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters

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The Supreme Court of Canada will hear Ontario's appeal to block the release of mandate letters sent from Premier Doug Ford to his cabinet...