An Ontario Provincial Police officer and a school bus driver are dead after a violent crash north of Woodstsock Monday morning.
The operator of a small motorized scooter was struck by a westbound car at the corner of Queens Avenue and English Street Monday evening.
A smoke detector is credited with saving the life of a resident after a fire broke out at a south London home on Monday afternoon.
A hockey parent from Windsor never believed he’d see his son in court. Accompanied by his parents and brother, the 12-year-old boy made his first appearance in a London, Ont. courtroom Monday after being charged with assault causing bodily harm after a hockey fight in February.
A series of events to honour the Afzaal family begins Tuesday, and lasts over the next several weeks. With the two year anniversary of the attack on the Afzaal family around the corner, community groups remain steadfast in their resolve to stamp out Islamophobia.
New data shows most of the world’s lakes are shrinking. But according to Environment Canada, lakes in Southwestern Ontario are slowly rising — contradicting that trend.
Elementary school students from throughout the region filled up Western University’s Alumni Field Monday for the Hans Janssen Memorial Track and Field Meet.
Multiple charges have been laid against a man London police allege stole a vehicle late last week and crashed into a home, striking a gas line and sending one person to hospital with critical injuries.
The parking lot at Wingham’s Wescast manufacturing facility is fairly empty on Monday, and it could be even emptier in the future. “The local union here at Wescast was given notice that there would be a lengthy shutdown here at Wescast,' explained Joel Sutton, Unifor Local 4207 plant chair at Wescast.
In Alberta today, the United Conservative Party is looking to win a second consecutive majority government while the NDP is fighting to regain the office it lost in 2019.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is pushing for special rapporteur David Johnston to 'step aside' from his role examining the issue of foreign interference before he embarks on public hearings.
New Democrat MP Jenny Kwan said Monday that Canada's spy agency has confirmed her long-held belief she is being targeted by the Chinese government, as the prime minister granted the NDP's wish to allow more party members to review top-secret intelligence.
Canadian political leaders and parliamentarians are denouncing a new law passed in Uganda that imposes harsh penalties, including the death penalty, for certain cases involving homosexuality.
Overall health-care costs could be reduced in Canada by providing free prescription drugs to patients, according to a new study.
Glen McGregor reports on everything you should know about UCP Leader Danielle Smith in the hours leading up to Alberta’s election day.