Ontario's premier is “doing the right thing” if she calls a byelection in Simcoe North before the legislature resumes,
Severe weather which roared through Grey-Bruce late Sunday afternoon and again later that night produced at least one potential tornado, left more tha
A severe weather system through southwest and southern Ontario knocked out power to nearly 50,000 Hydro One customers.
More than 30 artists and artisans showed off their work on the weekend at the Collingwood Arts & Music Festival.
There were lots of activities for the whole family Saturday at the 4th annual Creemore Children's Festival.
CLEARVIEW TWP. - OPP are looking for information about the theft diesel fuel from a construction site.
WASAGA BEACH - Three Quebec men are facing drug charges after being found in possession of a quantity of ecstasy.
OTTAWA (CP) -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he has asked Gov. Gen. David Johnston to dissolve Parliament, touching off an 11-week campaign in ad
PENETANGUISHENE - Recognizing one of the province’s most important milestones helps give all Ontarians a better understanding of their collective past
The first round of the junior division North Dufferin Baseball League (NDBL) playoffs ended Wednesday.
Flags were raised Friday across the county to kick off Simcoe Pride Week, which runs until Aug. 8.
Simcoe-North MP Dr. Kellie Leitch came to the Avening Community Hall in Clearview Township Thursday morning to announce $110,000 toward the hall’s ren