The southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou locked down its largest district Monday as it tries to tamp down a major COVID-19 outbreak, suspending public transit and requiring residents to present a negative test if they want to leave their homes.
Health-care advocates say they are preparing a possible constitutional challenge to an Ontario law that allows some discharged elderly hospital patients to be forced into a nursing home they did not choose.
Old Saint Nick returned to Greater Sudbury Saturday as part of the 62nd Sudbury Santa Claus Parade. The parade saw thousands of people of all ages celebrate the holiday season in the city’s downtown core.
Laval made multiple costly errors early on allowing the Mustangs to build a 13-point lead at the half, but Laval came back with the teams trading scores in the third quarter. Laval led by seven in the 4th quarter,
Investigators have released new details about a house fire in Hamilton that sent a family of 15 to the hospital on Friday evening, including a two-year-old boy who remains in life-threatening condition.
Winter has arrived with a fury in midwestern Ontario. Snow squalls disrupted travel across the region on Saturday, as cold air crossing Lake Huron was fueled by warm water. Streamers slammed many communities across southern Ontario,
Waterloo regional police have charged a driver following a crash at a major Kitchener intersection. Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Victoria and Park Streets just before 10 a.m. Saturday morning.
Emergency crews responded to numerous calls for collisions and vehicles stuck in the ditch on Highway 401 on Saturday, as lake effect snow squalls created hazardous road conditions across eastern Ontario.
A funeral was held Saturday for one of two Polish men who died in a missile explosion near the border with Ukraine, deaths that Western officials said appeared to have been caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile that went astray.
The lake-effect storm had produced more than 6 feet of snow in some areas by Saturday morning. The Buffalo metro area was hit particularly hard, with some areas south of the city bearing the brunt. The front had begun to move northward from Buffalo by Saturday,
The lanes will be shut down near Fourth Street for approximately a half-mile for paving work, according to the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority. Two lanes will remain open, but the westbound Fourth Street off-ramp will be closed.
Three westbound lanes on the 10 Freeway in Ontario will be closed beginning at 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, through 5 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21. The lanes will be shut down near Fourth Street for approximately a half-mile for paving work,
Coming off a bye week and a school retreat, Ontario Christian football coach Matthew Hoekstra figured there would be some rust for the Ironwood League opener Thursday. There was a little rust, but it was not nearly enough to derail the Knights.
A majority of Inland football teams begin league play this week. This is the first year of a releaguing cycle for schools in the Citrus Belt Area, so a handful of teams will be competing in new leagues this season.
Milken at Birmingham, 7 p.m. Belmont at Mendez, 4 p.m. Contreras at Roybal, 6 p.m. Hollywood at Bernstein, 7 p.m. Fremont at Crenshaw, 7:30 p.m. Hawkins at Locke, 7:30 p.m. King/Drew vs. Dorsey at Rancho Cienega Park,
Savanna at Glover Stadium, 7 p.m. San Jacinto Valley Academy at Don Lugo, 7 p.m. Sierra Vista vs. Covina at Covina District Field (Covina), 7 p.m. Arleta at Monroe, 7:30 p.m. Grant at Chavez, 7:30 p.m.