While it was undeniably an emotional evening Saturday for Pembroke’s 39th Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Contest, it was also an evening for back-to-back champions.
Here are the final results of the 39th Annual Pembroke Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Championships, held Friday and Saturday night at the Pembroke Memorial Centre.
Friends and families are invited to come to the garrison on Saturday, Sept. 6 to join in two big events.
Police remained tight-lipped Saturday as a stand-off in a Petawawa neighbourhood entered its second day.
The 60-year-old fisherman who went missing Thursday has been found dead by the OPP Underwater Search and Recovery Team.
A Petawawa neighbourhood remained on lockdown Friday night with some people unable to return to their homes, reportedly due to a police standoff with an armed man.
Pembroke’s Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Contest got underway today with a number of talented performers.
The sabre-rattling words of two world leaders has the hair on the back of people’s necks here standing at attention.
A prominent minister and candidate in the upcoming municipal election is accused of having a 17-year-old girl send him naked pictures of herself.
Even Mayor Rob Ford thought the goose dirt accusations sounded horrific.
Faculty at Ontario's 24 colleges reached a tentative agreement with the College Employer Council just four days before the first day of school.
An Ebola drug tested in Winnipeg has been used to successfully cure 18 monkeys infected with the disease.
Mayor Rob Ford kept dodging questions Thursday about whether he made the high school football players he coached roll in “goose scat,” called them “c---suckers” and showed up “inebriated” at practice.
Two schools have been closed as cops in Gatineau have surrounded a Mont Bleu apartment building where man is holed-up following an early-morning shooting.
TIMMINS, Ont. — Just in time for the long weekend, gas prices are trending up across the province, according to the website.
Training for battle reflected many of the conditions soldiers would experience in the trenches along the Western Front — rain, cold and confusion.
Ontario Provincial Police released a video Friday in the hope of identifying two possible witnesses in the Sonia Varaschin murder case, nearly four years after the Orangeville nurse went missing.
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The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could infect more than 20,000 people, the U.N. health agency said on Thursday, warning that an international effort costing almost half a billion dollars is needed to overcome the outbreak.