Third party products sold to parents as safe and comfy options for children in car seats could pose a hazard to children in the event of a collision, according to Transport Canada.
Plastic microbeads are used in cosmetic products to enhance the beauty routine, used to scrub the face and body for a few seconds – but they are having a long-term effect on the Great Lakes.
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police is singing the praises of a pen it calls a new high-tech crime-fighting tool.
Radon poisoning is the number two cause of fatal lung cancer accounting for 16 per cent of lung cancer, according to the Lung Association of Ontario.
Since she was born in Jamaica, Vernon-Brown is now taking her search private – to that country, where there is no donor registry.
Brantford residents are being told some of the Greyhound Bus service they rely on is being cut, while other routes are being changed.
Changes to bus service by Greyhound in Brantford is causing headaches for many commuters.
Pediatricians in the United States are asking high schools and middle schools to start later—to let kids sleep in.
GoodLife Fitness has announced plans to expand and rebrand its low cost fitness clubs called Fit4less that offer average membership fees of $10 per month.
Flooded Burlington residents are coming to each other’s aid after a record rainstorm flooded much of the city with two month’s worth of rain in just a few hours.
MISSISSAUGA – When Hamilton resident Morgan Tyler was helping a friend remove some weeds from a parking lot in Burlington, he didn’t realize he was becoming the victim of a phototoxic weed. “The feeling that you get is intense burning. It feels like your arms are on fire,” said Tyler. Giant Hogweed is an invasive,…
Stressed and less established trees in parts of the Greater Toronto area are being threatened by soil-borne fungi.
Growers of Ontario fruits and vegetables say this summer is looking like a good one for produce.
Many of the more than 100 families whose houses were damaged when an EF2 twister tore through Angus, Ont. are still uncertain when they will be able to return home.
More than a year into a red light camera program in Halton, police say they are seeing fewer serious collisions at the intersections.