Police in Barrie want to find the person who left 21 cats at an animal shelter.
Surviellance video shows a woman driving up to the shelter and dropping off three plastic carriers Tuesday morning.
Many of the cats are reported to have infections and are now being cared for until they can be adopted.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact crimestoppers.
Two Canadian sisters have been found dead in their hotel room in Thailand.
The women Audrey and Noemi Belanger...both in their 20's... checked into the hotel near Phuket on Tuesday and went out that night.
They reportedly stayed in their room all day Wednesday and were not seen at all after that.
By Friday, staff members became concerned and when they went to check on them, they found them dead.
Poisoning is suspected in the deaths but tests are being done to try to determine the cause of death.
They are from Quebec and the family has been notified.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath says that if her two counterparts don't want an election this year... they need to meet and work things out before Wednesday's budget vote... she wants to do so this weekend.
Horwath held a news conference this past hour reaching out to premier Dalton McGuinty and PC leader Tim Hudak.
"What I'm doing is opening the door to the conversation. I think it's incumbent upon all of us to sit down and be serious in getting through this next hurdle, and getting to a budget," Horwath said.
She says the people of Ontario don't want an expensive election right now. A poll on our website, meanwhile, says that 76 per cent of you do want an election.
The province' s Special Investigations Unit is looking into the death of two men in Hamilton.
The SIU reports that an off-duty Hamilton police officer had some interaction with the two men on the Jolley Cut overpass at about 5:30 a.m Saturday. Shortly after that the two men were found dead on the road below the overpass.
Four investigators and two forensic investigators are looking into the incident.
Anyone who may have information regarding this case is asked to contact the SIU at 416-622-0748 or 1-800-787-8529.
OPP are investigating an incident in Caledon this morning.
Two people have been found dead near Centreville Creek Rd and Mayfield Rd.
There were reports of gunshots being heard but OPP are not releasing many details at this time.
It'll be a sight to behold.
The Naked Bike Ride takes place in Toronto Saturday for the ninth straight year.
Cyclists will be stripping down to bring awareness to the dangers that riders and pedestrians face on the roads.
Riders will gather at Coronation Park by the lake at noon, and the ride starts at 1 p.m.
The city is opening up 12 outdoor pools today on a part-time basis.
The other 46 pools will open next Saturday, while regular hours will commence on Friday, Jun 29th.
The 12 pools opening today are:
Etobicoke York District
Pine Point Outdoor Pool, 15 Grierson Rd.
Sunnyside-Gus Ryder Outdoor Pool, 1755 Lake Shore Blvd. W.
West Mall Outdoor Pool, 370 The West Mall
North York District
Goulding Community Centre, 45 Goulding Ave.
Northwood Community Centre, 15 Clubhouse Crt.
Oriole Recreation Centre, 2975 Don Mills Rd. W.
Heron Park Outdoor Pool, 292 Manse Rd.
Maryvale Outdoor Pool, 1325 Pharmacy Ave.
McGregor Park Outdoor Pool, 2231 Lawrence Ave. E.
Toronto and East York District
Alexandra Park, 275 Bathurst St.
Alex Duff, 779 Crawford St.
Donald D. Summerville, 1867 Lake Shore Blvd E.
You can also take a dip at 8 of Toronto's 11 swimming beaches, which have earned Blue Flags.
Nik Wallenda has entered the history books by going where no one has gone before -- over Niagara Falls on a tightrope.
Starting out from the American side, placing one very careful step after the next along the two-inch wide steel cable, Wallenda made his astonishing feat appear almost routine.
Battling winds and soaking spray from the thundering waters 60 metres below, Wallenda still calmly answered questions interviewers
asked into his ear piece.
He talked about the breath taking view from his singular vantage point.
Others have crossed the water on tightropes, but over the gorge downstream and not for more than 100 years.
``I'm so blessed to be in the position I am,'' he said, ``to be the first person to be right here and to be the first person in the world who will ever be right here.''
To televise the spectacle, ...
Councillor Doug Ford says that if a provincial election is coming our way he will run provincially in his riding of Etobicoke North.
Premier Dalton McGuinty is threatening to take Ontarians back to the polls if the NDP doesn't vote in favour of the $300 Million Liberal Budget.
Doug Ford turned down an offer from the provincial Tories before the last election to run in the riding.
He said at the time his brother (Mayor Rob Ford) needed his help to run Toronto.
Currently the MPP for the riding is Liberal Shafiq Qaadri.