A survey by Angus Reid said two-thirds of Ontario residents think it is a good idea to nationalize long-term care.
A 160-year-old tradition in the community of Comber has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On-site services offered at the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent will slowly start to resume at the beginning of June.
The National Hockey League has a format in place to return to the ice this season.
Chatham-Kent’s chief of police wants the public to know it can continue to trust his officers despite the recent legal troubles with three of them.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has vowed immediate action after a report was released on conditions in the province’s long-term care homes.
The Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School site will become the new home of Monsignor Uyen Catholic School.
Chatham-Kent police pulled over a pair of speeders on Charing Cross Road Monday night — and one of them was pulled off the road.
All westbound lanes of Highway 401 in Chatham-Kent have been reopened following a crash that resulted in a lengthy closure.
A busy night for emergency crews in Chatham-Kent overnight as firefighters were called to two house fires and a plane crash.