The Northern Lights Festival Boreal, Sudbury’s Summer Concert Series and Up Here Festival are promising an action-packed summer in the city.
The trial of a man charged with first-degree murder in the death of an Elliot Lake man got underway this week in a Sault Ste. Marie courtroom.
A detour is now available following a motor vehicle collision that closed Hwy. 17 in Sturgeon Falls, Ontario Provincial Police said Wednesday.
Construction on PUC Services Inc.'s new state-of-the-art Substation 16 has officially been completed and the substation is now in operation in Sault Ste. Marie.
A 37-year-old suspect is facing multiple charges related to two break and enters from March following a police investigation.
Ontario is more than doubling the maximum rate a landlord can raise a tenant's rent next year – marking the highest rent increase guideline in the province in a decade.
A 31-year-old suspect has been charged with assault with a weapon following an incident shortly after 10:00am on June 28 in Sault Ste. Marie.
Ontario drivers should get a break at the pumps this weekend as the provincial government slashes its portion of the gas tax.
Fallen R&B superstar R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday for using his fame to subject young fans - some just children - to systematic sexual abuse.
Artist Jared Betts is putting his talents and his passions to use in Shediac, N.B., as the newest keeper of the town's giant lobster statue.
A close encounter with a bear at a northern Ontario First Nation nursery school turned into a good learning experience for the children.
City council in Sudbury gave the Junction East project its approval at Tuesday night’s meeting. The community hub will include the city’s main library, art gallery and multi-cultural-folk arts association under one roof at a cost of $98.5 million.
On Tuesday, the federal government announced $2.6 million for improvements to taxiways, a runway and lighting at Sudbury's airport.
A $2 million operation designed to help startup businesses in Sudbury has opened its doors. It’s being described as a hub for innovation, creative thinking and collaboration.
Outloud North Bay is partnering with an organization known as "Lived Experience & Recovery Network" to kick-start a peer support training program for youth in Nipissing.
A recent crackdown by the Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay led to 145 offence notices in the area of Highway 11 in Timmins, Cochrane, Kapuskasing and Hearst.
Five projects in North Bay are receiving money from the federal government through the New Horizons for Seniors Program.
Donna Ralph of Sault Ste. Marie won “356,461.60 in the June 11 Lottario draw, the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corp. said in a news release Tuesday.
With June being 'Pride Month', the Porcupine Health Unit in Timmins took the opportunity to connect with members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community to let them know that since pandemic restrictions have now lifted, many of its services are being offered again to the public.
Pride Month ends Thursday and while Timmins Pride wasn't able to hold a celebratory event, due to a lack of volunteers, president Matthieu Villeneuve said things are looking brighter.
A 65-year-old suspect in Timmins has been arrested for disturbing the peace for repeatedly using an "air cannon," or a device that makes extremely loud, air raid-like noises.
Wyona Thompson, a university alumna, passed away in June 2021, is donating the funds to support full-time students in the Bachelor of Education programs in both English and French.
Some people in the city of Timmins are still taking trips to the mall, either for necessities or self-care splurges. Maybe, just to get out. But when it comes to saving money, some are finding they have less to put away these days.
An Alberta teenager who uses a wheelchair is chasing his dream of being an umpire. Bill Fortier reports.
U.S. coach Andrea Fuentes prevented a tragedy at the swimming world championships, rescuing artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez after she sank motionless to the bottom of the pool during a solo free routine.
Christopher Watts, the man convicted in the 2001 death of a teen at Puslinch Lake, has been released from prison. Kingston Police say he's been deemed a "high risk offender" and may pose a risk to the community.
A confidence-and-supply agreement reached between the Liberals and NDP three months ago changed the dynamic of the House of Commons, even in a parliamentary sitting that will mainly be remembered for the axing of another Conservative leader, and the further polarizing of Canadian politics by a convoy against pandemic restrictions.
With the arrival of the summer season, one emergency physician in Alberta is offering tips on how to stay in the sun and out of the hospital.
The dream of home ownership for many Ontarians may never become a reality, according to a new survey.
An Ontario man says he's frustrated with his bank after almost 500,000 of his travel points disappeared.
A Nexus card is supposed to help put low-risk Canadians on the fast track when crossing the U.S. border, but at least 330,000 Canadians aren’t sure when their applications will be processed.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending booster shots this fall in advance of a possible future wave of COVID-19 in Canada.
A 20-year-old woman was fatally shot Wednesday night while she pushed her 3-month-old infant daughter in a stroller on New York's Upper East Side, police say.
Air Canada is planning to reduce its flights in July and August, according to a statement from the company's president, as the airline continues to deal with 'customer service shortfalls.'
A woman who was trapped inside a bank during a robbery and fatal shootout with police near Victoria on Tuesday says there is one question still plaguing her a day later: Why didn't the gunmen just leave with the money?
The federal government announced Wednesday all existing border restrictions to enter Canada will remain in place until at least Sept. 30.
Police in Saanich, B.C., say they continue to investigate the possibility that a "third suspect" was involved in a fatal shooting at a bank that left two suspects dead and six officers injured Tuesday.
Five months ago, the first 'Freedom Convoy' trucks rolled into Ottawa. After the federal government took the unprecedented step of invoking the Emergencies Act to end the protests, a series of inquiries and probes have been initiated. With the nation's capital bracing for more protests over the Canada Day weekend, CTVNews.ca takes a look at where the main commissions and studies stand.
A mother of three children is speaking out after spending a night on the floor of Toronto Pearson Airport with her young kids in a nightmare weekend of travel.
Ongoing delays and piles of luggage are creating problems at airports; and the latest details on the deadly shooting at a Saanich, B.C. bank.