The number of veterans waiting to find out whether they qualify for disability benefits has skyrocketed over the last eight months, new figures show, leaving thousands of former military members in limbo.
Ontario’s lack of readiness for nuclear emergencies is a frightening situation that should alarm every resident, especially those in Southwestern Ontario, says Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley.
Oxford County Public Health has issued its annual reminder to residents about levels of fluoride and sodium in some of the county’s municipal drinking water.
A Tavistock man charged in connection with the deaths of more than 1,500 pigs near Frogmore in February is scheduled to enter a plea in the new year.
TILLSONBURG -- Ontario tobacco growers had to weather a difficult summer but brought in a harvest that is keeping the sector on a sustainable path.
Making ends meet is a tough go for many.
It’s a win-win situation for both volunteers and those being assisted through the Extended Family Project.
New guidelines set the minimum amount of activity that toddlers, preschoolers and even babies should get each day.
Soaring power prices, wind farms imposed on places that don’t want them and now this: Ontario consumers being dinged by power companies for things such as raccoon traps, scuba gear and staff car washes.