A 30-year-old woman will be without a vehicle for the remainder of the month after police allegedly caught her driving 167 km/h in a posted 80 km/h zone on Monday.
Flames still flicker from an early morning blaze that claimed a trio of barns on a farm near Holmesville, Ont. on Wednesday. 14 cattle and nine chickens perished in the fire, and damages are estimated at between $2 million to $3 million.
Local cannabis producer Entourage Health will be shutting down its Strathroy and Guelph, Ont. cultivation facilities over the coming months, resulting in a loss of 90 jobs, the company recently announced.
OPP have identified a 67-year-old man from Mississauga as the victim of a fatal crash involving a transport truck and an SUV in Middlesex County earlier this month.
A London resident observed an out of this world sight while driving home last week, with his dash cam capturing a fireball streaking across the night sky.
A unique partnership to train members of Chippewas of the Thames First Nation to build micro homes on nation land has had a fruitful start. On Wednesday, a special ceremony and graduation for the first Pathways course was held on First Nations land.
Woodstock police have launched a criminal investigation into the conduct of one of its officers stemming from an alleged on-duty incident in October, the police service announced on Wednesday.
OPP divers are searching the waterfront in Sarnia, Ont. for two missing men on Wednesday. Dustin Ireson, 33, and Trevor Morley-Wood, 40, have been missing since November, and police said both men were last seen near the water.
London, Ont. band, 'New Friends,' is planning a homecoming concert, and all of London is invited. The upstart rockers announced their biggest headlining performance, coming up Feb. 3 at Rum Runners, celebrating the release of their upcoming EP, 'Camaro.'
A former police officer is urging Canadians to be vigilant this holiday season when buying gift cards on display at retail stores, after almost falling victim to a scam involving tampered gift cards --- twice.
Federal officials say they will review a contract awarded to a Canadian company last year, given its parent organization's ties to the Chinese government.
Police say the search for a missing man from Minden Hills has ended in tragedy.
The federal government appears to be on the verge of presenting new legislation aimed at strengthening Canada's early learning and child-care system. On Thursday at 11 a.m. ET, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development Karina Gould will be making what her office is calling a 'national announcement' on this topic.
Two organizers of the 'Freedom Convoy' won’t receive frozen donation funds to pay for their legal defence of a $300-million potential class-action lawsuit.
Melanie Nagy reports on the distressing situation for B.C. families of six children who died from the flu in the past two weeks.
Singer Shaina Twain swapped an iconic lyric at the People's Choice Awards to poke fun at another high-profile Canadian.