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A pedestrian carries a shovel in Albany, N.Y., on Wednesday after a storm dumped heavy snow on parts of eastern New York, closing hundreds of schools and knocking out power to more than 120,000 households. (Mike Groll/Associated Press) A snowstorm
O ntario Premier Dalton McGuinty says provincial politicians will be heading back to work next Tuesday as scheduled. But he will prorogue the legislative session briefly before starting a new one after the Vancouver Olympics with a speech from throne.
An Eastern Ontario youth who died on a school ski trip this week would have celebrated her 12th birthday Saturday. Nicole Wren, 11, of Perth, Ont., died Thursday afternoon after she crashed into a tree on the slopes of Calabogie Peaks Resort, a
As a winter storm was pounding the west, Ontarians were trying to keep dry through a flood alert in the eastern part of the province. A rainstorm that moved through the region Monday morning overflowed creek beds and catch basins that couldn�t keep
Toronto police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for a man believed to have victimized 20 elderly people across the country. The controversial death of James Hearst during last year's Toronto civic workers strike has led to a new set of
Green bin liners sold out at many hardware stores across Ottawa as local residents prepared for the city's first regular pickup of kitchen scraps and kitty litter for composting. Aspiring Ontario drivers can finally get their tests — and licences —
P ower outages that blacked-out parts of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec were almost completely repaired late Tuesday as hydro crews in both provinces worked frantically to restore power before cold weather swept into the region. As a mixture of
The OPP have laid about 50 charges in the past two months under Ontario's new law against driving while using a cellphone, despite a grace period before the ban comes into full force on Feb. 1. Canadians seeking to fly into the U.S. continue to face
It's been more than 10 years since allegations that a pedophile ring operated in eastern Ontario first made national headlines. And long after the dust has settled from the tome that is the Cornwall inquiry report some will continue to believe in a
Workers from the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the War Museum voted Tuesday to accept a tentative settlement. The deal was negotiated between the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation on Monday.