For more than 40 years, Bill Siebarth has been contributing to the Township of Laurentian Valley.
Dominic Grosleau wants to bring some new ideas and energy to town council.
A Laurentian Valley businessman with a proven track record for positive results and bringing people together is vying for a seat on council.
The memory of Robyn Gravel continues to inspire students at Bishop Smith Catholic High School.
Pursuing development and job creation, promoting tourism and eliminating consultants were among the promises made Monday night by the 11 candidates hoping to form Whitewater Region's next council.
Growing the local economy, spending tax dollars wisely and getting rid of consultants were among the promises made by the 17 candidates for Whitewater Region's next council Monday night.
Council accountability, consultants, protecting the environment and taking on the bureaucrats in Toronto dominated the discussion of those candidates seeking to the lead Whitewater Region for the next four years.
He’s being called a hero for shooting a rampaging gunman dead on Parliament Hill — and it may mark the first time Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers has ever fired a gun in the line of duty.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was with Julian Fantino in a caucus meeting when gunfire erupted at Parliament Hill, the Veterans Affairs Minister told the Toronto Sun Wednesday.
The lawyer for the man who ran down two soldiers south of Montreal this week, killing one of them, described her client as a "very calm, even friendly" man.
Canada Post has come under fire for severing ties with a Canadian company and awarding the contract for its new community mailboxes to a U.S. manufacturer.
A Quebec man's double life as a newly converted jihadist is under scrutiny now that he and his soldier target are dead, as family and law enforcement try to find out why he followed ISIS kill commands.
Despite being on a watchlist, experts say a budding jihadist who killed a solider in a Montreal-area parking lot in Canada's first Islamist terror attack has exposed a threat not so easy to contain: Lone wolf terrorists.
A Quebecer shot dead by police after running down two Canadian soldiers told a 911 operator he was acting in the name of Allah, a police source tells QMI Agency.
Ontario will invest $3 million into the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
A grizzly bear killed a woman outside her home near Teslin, Yukon, after climbing through the window and chasing her and her husband outside.
Ontario MPPs refuse to be silenced after the shooting on Parliament Hill, Premier Kathleen Wynne says.
Ontario drivers who get behind the wheel stoned would pay a high price under provincial legislation introduced Tuesday.
A plan to “optimize” major public assets is a recipe for higher booze and electricity prices in Ontario, Interim PC Leader Jim Wilson says.