Cheryl Gallant said the Oct. 19 federal election is all about two issues, the economy and the safety and security of Canadians.
Earl Andrews, the innovative businessman behind the private ambulance service that was the prototype for today's Renfrew County paramedics and who later worked to secure the region's first 'Jaws of Life,' has died. He was 82.
It's election season again, and the 42nd federal election is the longest since 1872, so that leaves lots of time to really get to know the people who hope to represent the riding of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke in Ottawa when the new session of parliament opens.
On Tuesday, Aug. 18, local kids got the chance to work up a sweat at Pembroke's Riverside Park, under the supervision and tutelage of Renfrew County and District Health Unit health promoter Brian Brohart.
RENFREW – The Ontario Provincial Police have released the name of the deceased in Wednesday, Aug. 26's tragic collision involving a car and a tractor trailer on Highway 17 east of Cobden.
Pembroke Regional Hospital's health care workers have taken their fight against service cuts to John Yakabuski's doorstep.
Renfrew County council was in town Wednesday to help Petawawa mark their 150th anniversary.
The Upper Ottawa Valley detachment of the OPP and Renfrew County Crime Stoppers are looking for the public's assistance in the investigation into a robbery that happened on Saturday night, Aug. 22.
WHITEWATER REGION – Highway 17 east of Cobden remains closed at this hour as police investigate a fatal two-vehicle collision.
Renfrew County Catholic District School Board students and parents who had been looking at starting the school year under a heightened level of strike action by teachers can breathe a little easier after the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) announced Tuesday morning that a tentative agreement had been reached with the province,
When the students return to Highview Public School in September, they should notice a new and improved playground to spend their recesses.
The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 72 in Pembroke needs your help, but they're not just looking for a handout. To help the branch raise some much-needed funding, they will be hosting a day-long extravaganza on Friday, Aug. 28, featuring, among other things, more than 30 local musicians and bands.
A London murder suspect who drowned while trying to escape police was solely to blame for his own death, Ontario’s police watchdog has ruled.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Bruce Davis, an associate of 1960s mass murderer Charles Manson, was granted parole on Thursday for the fourth time, although previous such decisions have all been reversed.
The political scrap over the Canada Pension Plan isn’t going Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s way, a new poll suggests.
Condemning the movie massacre gunman to 12 life sentences and the maximum 3,318 years in prison for his rampage in a midnight screening of a Batman film, a Colorado judge on Wednesday said evil and mental illness were not mutually exclusive.
A suspect faces numerous charges following a Monday chase in Niagara Falls that began with a Burlington police stop.
Police stormed a grocery market in a southwestern Louisiana town on Wednesday to arrest a man accused of stabbing two people and shooting an officer before barricading himself inside the store, the St. Landry Parish sheriff said.
A new municipal judge in Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday ordered sweeping changes to court practices in response to a scathing Justice Department report following the shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown a year ago.