Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.
Found just feet away from a bloodied knife in Bowness
late Monday night, an unidentified man is believed to
be Calgary's latest homicide victim.
Letters place holder
A criminal lowlife who fingered his pal for a 2012 shooting vanished Tuesday as a defence lawyer stood ready to grill him.
New Zealand's men's basketball team did its best to intimidate the United States Tuesday at the basketball World Cup.
A 29-year-old Opaskwayak Cree Nation man has died after his vehicle flipped on Highway 297 and landed on its roof in a ditch full of water.
It looks like a contraption that Wile E. Coyote would use.
Parents aren’t holding their breath that public schools will resume this week — or this month, for that matter.
In addition to Toronto and Vancouver, 24 hours also publishes editions in Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Montreal.
Serving the residents of Brockville, Leeds, Grenville, Lanark and South Dundas since 1821.
Don't pack away those shorts and sandals just yet.
BELLEVILLE — Traffic on Highway 401 eastbound at the off ramp of North Front Street is still slow after a tractor trailer flipped in the area Monday afternoon.
Grade 7 teacher Sue Walters introduces herself to her new crop of students Tuesday at West Bayfield Elementary School in Barrie.
Long-time CHEX-TV anchor Michelle Ferreri, currently co-host of the CHEX-TV Daily Show, has announced she is leaving the TV station to become the new business development co-ordinator at Loomex Group, operator of the Peterborough Airport.
A Sault Ste. Marie man who believes the nomination fee required to run in the municipal election is unconstitutional says he is willing to withdraw his application if the parties agree his issue is a serious matter.
It’s been over a year and a half since provincial swim champ and Point Clark resident Joe Macartney has entered the water, after being diagnosed with an extremely rare atypical Parkinsonism.
Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man who has been reported missing.
North Bay Deputy Mayor Tanya Vrebosch will see a third term on North Bay Council in the Oct. 27 municipal elections, despite what she called “negative attitude and image” cast on council by some members of the public.
Moving into residence at Orillia’s Georgian College campus Monday made Kelsey Trimble, 18, excited and nervous.
A modest but dedicated group of local nerds welcomed a 'comic-con' event inside and outside the civic complex on Saturday.
ARNPRIOR – The back and forth battle between Pembroke and Arnprior continued at this year’s 85th Gordon Cup, this Labour Day weekend.
Before he was hit, Robert Molitor remembers hearing an engine rev from across the intersection as he was riding his bicycle along Russell Street.
Despite a lukewarm summer and an early August break-in, it’s been a solid first year for the Timmins Wake Park at Gillies Lake.
Reuters is reporting that talks between Vale and Glencore about combining their nickel assets in Canada have broken off.