There really aren’t enough words to describe how I and many people here in Toronto feel about what took place on our streets today. Around 1:30 this afternoon, police received reports that a white van had drove onto the sidewalk in the Yonge & Sheppard/Finch area of the city and had struck everything, and tragically, […]

The warm weather is finally here and that means one thing…construction. The city has 60.2 million dollars in roads investments that will repair and improve the transportation network.   Here is what the city has scheduled so far: Preliminary work for the widening of Municipal Road 35, from Azilda to Highway 144, will begin. Construction […]

Skin to skin. Our mana. Blessed and proud to bring another strong girl into this world. Tiana Gia Johnson came into this world like a force of nature and Mama @laurenhashianofficial labored and delivered like a true rockstar. I was raised and surrounded by strong, loving women all my life, but after participating in baby […]

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II greets Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (L) in a receiving line in the Blue Drawing Room for a drinks reception before The Queen's Dinner during The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), at Buckingham Palace in London on April 19, 2018. - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, will receive Commonwealth Heads of Government and their spouses in the Blue Drawing Room, where the evening commences with a drinks reception. The dinner will take place in the Picture Gallery where Her Majesty will give a speech. (Photo by Matt DUNHAM / POOL / AFP)

Justin Trudeau just wrapped a tour of Peru, France and the U.K. with a black-tie banquet at Buckingham Palace. According to Hello!, it will likely be one of the Queen’s last state dinners as head of the commonwealth — it was announced this week that she will be handing over that responsibility to Prince Charles. And, thanks in part to one […]

Shot of a young businesswoman looking stressed out in an office

“You’re so stupid. You make me sick.” Kellie Auld hadn’t been at her new job for even a month before she was confronted by these words from a new colleague. “I couldn’t believe that’s what she was saying to me – right there in the hallway of our office. I could feel my face burn. […]

prince william and kate middleton leave lindo wing with baby number 3

At just seven hours old, the Prince of Cambridge has made his royal debut. Nestled in the arms of his mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, the royal baby looked quite comfy in a knit blanket by GH Hurt and Son Ltd and hat. He was fast asleep for his big moment, but he was sweetly playing with […]

A very happy day in London today, as the Royal family grew by one.  CityNews has the details! photo credit:TheSunUK/YouTube

Last week, a high school senior in Minnesota dressed up as The Rock and made a video of herself asking Dwayne Johnson to prom. After Johnson saw Katie Kelzenberg’s video on Twitter, he shared a message for her that played on the intercom at Stillwater Area High School on Friday.   Johnson says he cannot attend […]

It’s something all parents struggle with:  you want to raise strong, independent kids…but you also want to protect them from the scrapes, bumps, and breaks.  Today’s Parent magazine explains why it’s so important not to smother them; to let them be kids…and how to that end a playground in New York has a no-adults rule! […]

Sometimes, kids run away from home. But how often do they run away from home and all the way across the country?! A 12-year-old Australian boy is putting Macaulay Culkin aka Kevin McAllister’s “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” adventure to shame! The kid (who remains anonymous for legal reasons) got into a fight with his […]

Earth Day is this weekend and a great way to give back to our planet? Plan a neighborhood clean up! Jennifer Cameron and her son from Guelph, Ontario have planned a number of clean ups! Jennifer has tips for us! What you’ll need for a clean up: garbage bags plastic or latex gloves hand sanitizer […]

This weekend marks the two year anniversary of the death of Prince when the world turned purple. Nothing compares to Prince and watching this rare rehearsal footage of Nothing Compares 2 U that went on to become a hit for Sinead O’Connor. This unreleased video has been in storage since it was recorded in 1984 six […]

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle watch Wheelchair Tennis at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.

Meghan Markle has made no secret of her love for food, from a slew of delectable Instagram posts before she shuttered her account to the very fact that Prince Harry proposed over a home-cooked roast chicken. During her seven years as Rachel Zane on Suits, Meghan took great pleasure in exploring Toronto’s food scene – from restaurants like Bar Isabel […]

Britain's Prince Harry (C) and his fiancee US actress Meghan Markle (R) watch Coach Core apprentices taking part in a training masterclass exercise at Nechells Wellbeing Centre in Birmingham, central England on March 8, 2018. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Birmingham to learn more about the work of two projects which support young people from the local community. The Coach Core apprenticeship scheme was designed by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to train young people aged 16 - 24 with limited opportunities to become sports coaches and mentors within their communities. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / OLI SCARFF (Photo credit should read

Meghan Markle‘s jewelry box is as covetable as they come. The bride-to-be has debuted a series of stunning pieces in the walk-up to her royal wedding, from protocol-breaking mismatched earrings and her meaningful baptism bracelet to trendy stacked rings by one of her favourite brands,Birks. Since she chose earrings by the Canadian jeweller for her engagement photocall, fans are wondering […]

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 19: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Women's Empowerment reception hosted by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting at the Royal Aeronautical Society on April 19, 2018 in London, England.

When it comes to signature royal hairstyles, Meghan Markle is quickly becoming synonymous with a messy (yet chic!) bun. The bride-to-be has rocked the low-maintenance style on numerous occasions, including Thursday’s (April 19) appearance with Prince Harry at aWomen’s Empowerment reception held at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London. While her ensemble – a form-fitting cowl neck Black Halo dress […]

In a culture where food not only has to taste good, but must also be photo-worthy, it’s no surprise that people have been geeking out over cloud eggs. With a golden yolk that sits on top of a bed of fluffy egg whites, they’re an ultra-satisfying combination that’s silky, rich and light-as-air. The ethereal eggs have become an […]

Sad news today announced by Avicii’s publicist: “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” his publicist Diana Baron said in a statement. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to […]

NEW YORK — The Swedish-born producer and DJ known as Avicii has been found dead in Oman. Publicist Diana Baron said in a statement that the 28-year-old DJ, born Tim Bergling, was in Muscat, Oman. Avicii was a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement and a rare DJ capable of worldwide arena tour. He […]

Famed Swedish DJ and producer Avicii (born Tim Bergling) was found dead this afternoon in Oman. “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” the statement from his representative reads. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask […]

It’s finally here as tonight, Ariana Grande released her brand new single, “No Tears Left To Cry”! Needless to say her fans are absolutely thrilled that she’s back, and so are we!   IM PICKIN IT UP IM PICKIN IT UP IM LOVIN IM LIVINIM PICKING IT UP IM LOVIN IM LIVIN SO WE TURN […]

It’s been an April to remember.  Or more accurately, forget!  Thankfully, it looks as though soon the nice spring weather will be upon us, and that calls for colourful plates brimming with fresh, vibrant flavours.  The gang at Chatelaine magazine has come up with just the thing:  18 perfect pasta recipes that will bring a […]

My name is Emily, and I am a cottage cheese addict. So often thought of as the bland diet food of the ’80s, I’m often embarrassed to admit my love for the stuff. I get scoffed at by foodie friends and internet-shamed by cottage-cheese haters — it’s got such a bad rap. But cottage cheese is creamy, […]

Despite their deep love for Canada’s natural beauty, it can be tough to convince Canadians to place protecting the environment high on their priority list. Try to explain the far-off implications of climate change and you might get a far-off look, or even a skeptical raised eyebrow. A recent pollcommissioned by Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission even found that nearly a […]

I have been asked more than once if pineapple can change the smell or taste of a vagina (it can’t). This is just one of the many urban myths about the vulva and vagina that I debunk regularly, both in my practice as an OB-GYN and as someone who writes regularly about women’s health. While eating some extra […]

Britain's Prince Harry's fiancee, US actress Meghan Markle, attends a reception for Women's Empowerment at the Royal Aeronautical Society in central London, on the fourth day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) on April 19, 2018.

Before Meghan Markle fell in love with Prince Harry, she fell for Toronto. Not only was the Canadian metropolis her stomping ground for seven years while playing Rachel Zane on Suits, but it also played a pivotal role in her blossoming relationship with her very own Prince Charming—from their first official outing at the Invictus Games to holing up in her […]

The warm weather is finally here and that means one thing…construction. The city has 60.2 million dollars in roads investments that will repair and improve the transportation network.   Here is what the city has scheduled so far: Preliminary work for the widening of Municipal Road 35, from Azilda to Highway 144, will begin. Construction […]

OPP release the names involved in both collisions.   Sudbury OPP say the passenger of the transport that hit a rock cut on Highway 17 West yesterday was the victim, while the driver faces charges. Westbound lanes of Highway 17 were closed for around 12 hours yesterday after a the tractor trailer hit a rock […]

Sudbury’s newest restaurant is opening for business TODAY April 17th. profiled the journey of the couple who came to the city as Syrian refugees in December of 2015. Hussein and Sawsan Qarquoz are the team behind the city’s new Syrian restaurant called Damascus Cafe and Bakery. Reporter Ella Myers got a chance to […]

A Vigil, in support of the Humboldt Broncos, is going to be held in front of the Sudbury Arena tonight. The Vigil is set to begin at 9pm Eastern Standard Time, to coincide with the Vigil being held in Humboldt Saskatchewan, at 7 pm Central Standard time. Motorists are asked to be aware of a […]

A four million dollar investment from the province will help bring an new year-round recreation complex to Greater Sudbury. Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault made the announcement through the 2018 Provincial Budget in partnership with the city and Rainbow District School Board as the facility will be built at Lasalle Secondary School. Thibeault says the facility, […]

Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating after a police-involved shooting in Sudbury on Sunday. Greater Sudbury Police responded to a Weapons Complaint involving an individual downtown at the Greater Sudbury Transit Terminal. On Sunday, April 1st around 6:30pm an officer arrived to find an aggressive man and “subsequently applied force that resulted in injuries requiring the […]

This story was shared with permission from Jenny Labrosse. These are her words, which Jenny Labrosse also shared on Reddit and Love What Matters.  “Infertility is slowly becoming less of a taboo topic (finally!) and guaranteed someone you know is struggling. I’ve spent the past 10 years of my life fighting to become a mom. I […]

A Montreal elementary school is the latest to ban homework. Some say this won’t prepare the students for University / College. Thoughts?

GSPS is requesting assistance to locate Dwayne KISHLEKNER last seen on Tuesday March 20th in the area of Caswell Dr. He is transient in nature and may be seen wondering around the city. Last seen wearing jeans light blue shirt, a black coat with brown sleeves. Mr KISHLEKNER is 5’10” 230lbs and has grey hair […]

UPDATE The body of 73-year old Andre Gagne has been found by local police. Gagne was reported missing Monday morning and Tuesday morning around 4:30 am his vehicle was found parked on a trail off Highway 144, just North of Lively. The K9 search team was brought in and around 11 am, officers found Gagne’s […]

Sudbury Police arrested a 27-year old Sudbury Man for robbery of a Long Lake Road Pharmacy. On Sunday, the suspect entered the pharmacy and told the employee he had a weapon and demanded prescription drugs, the employee gave him the drugs and he fled on foot. On Tuesday evening a man entered the same pharmacy […]

Work is almost done on the Elgin Street Underpass. has more here

Greater Sudbury police have an arrest warrant out for 19-year old Quinn Towegishig for allegedly breaching a court orderd condition by failing to appear in court last month. He’s 5-9 about 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. A picture of the suspect is on our website. Crimestoppers is offering a cash reward of […]

A couple from Dowling said “I do” and then their marriage went downhill – literally. Neil Fleming told CBC that his wife Kayla Whalen had always dreamed of going skiing on her wedding day. “When Kayla was just a small child her dream had been to ski in her wedding dress. Once I proposed, she told me that’s what she […]

Three levels of government came together this morning to provide almost $ 100-million dollars in funding for the Greater Sudbury transit system over the next decade. Sudbury and Nickel Belt M-P’s Paul Lefebvre and Marc Serre said Ottawa is providing $ 39-million dollars while Sudbury MPP and Ontario energy minister Glenn Thibeault says the province […]

A woman from the St. John’s area ordered a sandwich from Tim Hortons but when she looked inside the bag, it was filled to the brim with Roll Up The Rim to Win tabs. Pam Murphy returned the bag to the store and was given a $40 gift card for her honesty. Shannon & Gary […]

  A local 55-year old woman has not been seen or heard from in more than 24-hours and Greater Sudbury Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating her. Darlene Sweeney was last seen Wednesday morning around 9:30 on Elizabeth street in Val Theres. She’s 5-1 and weighs about 85 pounds with short strawberry blonde […]

  The 5th Annual Fishing For A Cure Derby takes place this Saturday morning beginning at 9am.  Organizer Shawn Scott has organized the derby since the start and this year, he is commemorating the life and struggle of little Noah Borgogelli, who was just four when he passed earlier this year from acute myeloid leukemia […]

Northern Casting wants to to hire 1000 Extras for several upcoming productions in SUDBURY. Join them this Friday March 9th between 6-9pm at Northern Ontario Film Studios, 828 Beatrice Crescent in Sudbury. Come out Friday, have your picture taken, sign up and meet the Northern Casting Team!!! Paid Opportunities!! No Experience Necessary. Must be a Northern […]

Fresh off a silver medal at the Winter Olympics, Sudbury’s Rebecca Johnston returned home to see family and friends and make a few appearances. She was at Algonquin Road Public School on Tuesday and then her former elementary school MacLeod today where she spoke with students and they in turn unveiled an Olympic Wall in […]

Sudbury Police have provided a bit more information into the body of the 19-year old that was found in Lily Creek Monday. EMS were the first to arrive behind Beverly Drive off Martindale Road and when they reached the body, they determined the man was already dead. A post-mortem was completed which confirmed there was […]

The Trudeau government’s latest budget was delivered on Tuesday and now the Liberals are spreading out across the country to promote it. This morning the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Jean-Yves Duclos was at Science North to talk about how a benefit introduced in 2016 budget has helped locally. Duclos also discussed the […]

  The grisly discovery of human remains in Elliot Lake has turned into a homicide investigation. OPP say 31-year old Joseph Topping was reported missing in early January and remains found on Valentines day were his. His death was rule a homicide after a post mortem in Sault Ste Marie on Monday. Police haven’t said […]

Greater Sudbury police have an outstanding arrest warrant for 34 year old Andre Martel. It’s alleged that committed an break and enter into a Notre Dame business on February 18th and stole about $ 5-thousand dollars worth of tools. He’s described as 5-9″ about 190 pounds with brown hair and eyes. If you have information […]

For the 2nd time in three years, the Sudbury Wolves will not be taking part in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs.  The club was officially eliminated last weekend and this week Head Coach Cory Stillman and General Manager Rob Papineau sat down with the media to discuss what went wrong …what went right and what […]