Skip to content

Beyond Local

Timmins Police find four bodies in burned out Chrysler

Timmins Police find four bodies in burned out Chrysler

The remains and vehicle are being sent to Toronto
$50K reward offered for unsolved murder case

$50K reward offered for unsolved murder case

OPP seeking public's assistance to solve the murder of Sheri-Lynn McEwan
School board upset it wasn't consulted on location of Guelph's marijuana store

School board upset it wasn't consulted on location of Guelph's marijuana store

Board chair 'left speechless' by the lack of consultation prior to a location being announced
Charges laid against Ontario teens after cat killed on video

Charges laid against Ontario teens after cat killed on video

Police allege 13-year-old boy killed cat while 14-year-old girl recorded it on video.
Police in Thunder Bay investigating off-ice hockey assault allegations

Police in Thunder Bay investigating off-ice hockey assault allegations

Player allegedly punches coach in hallway tussle on Tuesday night
This is Prof. Pavement. He might have found a way to make roads nearly pothole-free

This is Prof. Pavement. He might have found a way to make roads nearly pothole-free

Carleton University prof causes a stir with his new paving technology — and he's got the province's attention
U of G study finds connection between feminine hygiene products and infection

U of G study finds connection between feminine hygiene products and infection

Emerging medical research links disruption of vaginal microbial systems with health problems, says study's lead investigator
VIDEO: Meanwhile, in northern Ontario . . .

VIDEO: Meanwhile, in northern Ontario . . .

Two guys, a snowmobile, a wakeboard, and a dog
Guelph man sports one of the world's most extensive hockey puck collections: almost 2,700 of them <b>(4 photos)</b>

Guelph man sports one of the world's most extensive hockey puck collections: almost 2,700 of them (4 photos)

David Kendrick was given his first hockey puck in 1956. Sixty-two years later, it's grown into something quite special
Guelph mall to cut hours it says in attempt to combat minimum wage hike

Guelph mall to cut hours it says in attempt to combat minimum wage hike

In 2019, the minimum wage is expected to increase to $15 an hour