The City of Pointe-Claire in Montreal’s West Island wants an overpass rebuilt over fears that it will become dangerous.
A Belleville, Ont. woman has put together of the largest puzzles in the world in what she believes is record time.
Claudia Sosa and her family wanted more living space but did not want to move out of their Gilmour Street home.
Warmer weather continues to transition the capital towards summer, marking an end to the skating season on the Rideau Canal and leaving some wondering about the citys many summer festivals.
A Scarborough favourite for over 40 years is now faced with permanent closure after learning that the property has been sold to developers.
A group of Ottawa Ice Cross Downhill athletes are getting attention online as their viral video has now been shared and seen millions of times around the world.
An 11-year-old Ottawa boy pursuing a career hosting a podcast booked an extra special star guest this week.
For centuries, India, the second-most populated country in the world, has thrived with its organic patchwork of small farmers that provide clean, healthy, nutritious food to 1.3 billion people. Billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates, the World Bank, and other crony capitalist Western entities, however, w
President and CEO Daniele Zanotti shares how theyre supporting their network of 280 organizations across the GTA during the pandemic.
Whether or not major festivals are held next summer will depend on the progress of the vaccination campaign, authorities hinted on Thursday.
A high of 0 C on Friday ushers in a weekend of temperatures well above freezing.
LaToya Ratlieff, who was shot in the eye with a rubber bullet last May during a Black Lives Matter protest in Fort Lauderdale told reporters Friday that she was not surprised the detective who shot her has been cleared of wrongdoing.