Public Health Sudbury & Districts is warning the public of potential COVID-19 exposure following two bus routes that stopped in North Bay and Sudbury from Toronto.
After about 20 years, the co-founder of the North Bay Farmers' Market is ready to retire as a vendor.
A 'state of emergency' has been declared by the mayor of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands after a water pump failed Saturday morning in the Little Current Water Treatment Plant. Seven hundred households are being urged to immediately cut back on their consumption.
The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority says a wave of thunderstorms in the area will put added pressure on waterways ‘that are already at or above normal for this time of year.’
Tens of thousands of people, including far-right activists and members of France's yellow vest movement, protested Saturday across the country against a bill requiring everyone to have a special virus pass to enter restaurants and mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all health-care workers.
Swimming Canada confirmed that Sydney Pickrem has withdrawn from the 400-metre individual medley at the Tokyo Olympic Games due to 'medical reasons'.
China's Yang Qian won the first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday after prevailing in a battle of nerves with Russian Anastasiia Galashina in the women's 10-metre rifle final.
A Calgary father is concerned about his daughter, who police say has been allegedly abducted by her grandparents and taken to Turkey.
The federal government is implementing "special immigration measures" to extract Afghan nationals engaged with the Canadian Embassy, their families and those who helped Canadian military on the front lines as the Taliban continues to gain ground there.
On soccer's biggest stage, and with a berth in the Olympic quarterfinals hanging in the balance, Janine Beckie wasn't about to let a missed penalty shot bring her down.
Like other residents of his town in Germany, Wolfgang Huste knew a flood was coming. What nobody told him, he says, was how bad it would be.
The wildfire situation in British Columbia remains fluid as nearly 300 fires are blazing, but even though drought conditions persist in the southern half of the province and fire risk is still extreme, there are some small signs of improvement.
If you’re looking for adventures in your own backyard, look no further than the Lake Temiskaming tour. The tour features attractions, places to eat or drink and other fun stops from North Bay up to Timiskaming Shores, as well as family outing ideas in Quebec.
The familiar sound of golf balls whizzing through the air has returned to Idylwylde Golf and Country Club. The 73rd annual Men's Invitational -- the oldest match play tournament of its kind in the country -- kicks off this weekend.
A northern Ontario community is rallying around a woman fighting for her life after a serious car crash on Monday sent her to hospital with life-changing injuries.
The Ontario NDP is calling on the provincial government to fully fund the Cassellholme long-term care home redevelopment project in North Bay.
Ontario Provincial Police dealing with a serious, single-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon near Parry Sound say they caught three drivers looking at their cellphones as they passed the accident scene.
Ontario Provincial Police in Parry Sound said they are investigating the sudden death of a man last seen in the Seguin River on Thursday.
Tourism groups in Algoma are excited that fully vaccinated Americans be allowed to travel into Canada again, beginning next month.
As wildfire evacuees from North Spirit Lake First Nation continue to settle into their accommodations in Sault Ste. Marie, nearby Indigenous communities are stepping up to ensure their stay is as comfortable as possible.
A pair of northern Ontario women are setting out on a journey by canoe to raise awareness about Canada's residential school history, and raise money to address water challenges in First Nations communities.
A Timmins woman is getting widespread attention for her initiative to help residential school survivors heal from renewed trauma as unmarked gravesites are discovered across the country.
The Ontario government is providing more than $1.7 million to help 85 businesses adapt to COVID-19 public health guidelines in the Kiiwetinoong and Mushkegowuk–James Bay regions.
Two elderly Ontario women have been scammed out of tens of thousands of dollars in an elaborate phone scheme that has resurfaced in the last week, police say.
The owners of a Montreal barbershop that had its glass door broken by a couple in the throes of passion want to find the pair to offer to treat them to a night in a hotel.
Aylmer family told to tear down their home, even though plans were approved by City officials.
Check out how this artist from B.C. created a full-sized replica of the iconic Volkswagen van in Tofino.
A rural Alberta couple reveal a few secrets to their 75 year long marriage.
Growing up on a hobby farm on the northwest coast of British Columbia, Tracy Brindley has lived with many dogs in the past, but none quite as fashionable and fearless as Moose.
A LaSalle, Ont. teen is the recipient of a unique scholarship for 'sticking with fashion.'
Pickup trucks have steadily gotten taller, longer and heavier over the past two decades and research shows they could be a hazard for other drivers and pedestrians.
A woman who was briefly a Liberal candidate in the Nova Scotia election says the party asked her to lie about why she dropped out and cite mental health concerns.
The table published a 21-page brief Wednesday providing their key considerations on a possible vaccination certification program, concluding that provincial governments "may want to consider development of a common design."
Veteran musician Larry Berrio, who's hosting a boat party and concert at the Sudbury's Lake Wanapitei on Sunday, sings 'Eastbound and Down.'
Vince Boschi from Sault Ste. Marie has written and recorded a song which he says is a hopeful tune. It's called 'Wait for the Sun.'
Northern Ontario musician Terry Rosicki of Kirkland Lake performs an acoustic version of his original song called 'The Door.'
Extended interview with Dr. Ian Arra on the current COVID-19 situation in Grey Bruce. - iGateway
Some festivals in Ottawa are roaring back to life in Step 3 including Chamberfest with in-person concerts and safety protocols in place. CTV's Jackie Perez reports.
An investigation is underway after video a London transit driver appearing to punch a man surfaced. CTV's Daryl Newcombe explains.
So far this wildfire season, about 400,000 hectares have burned, and without rain in the forecast, that total looks likely to grow.
The Canadian women's 4x100 freestyle team has swam to a silver medal. It's the first medal for Canada at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Michael Woods came agonizingly close to opening Canada's medal account on the first full day of competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Here's a roundup.
Experts are calling on the Montreal Canadiens to take leadership in confronting sexual violence and misogyny after drafting Logan Mailloux.
An Okotoks, Alta. woman says she and her husband are in a fight with world-wide rental company Airbnb after a recent guest died on the property, resulting in more than $50,000 in damages.
Stephen is the sort of bus driver who strives to say “welcome” to all his passengers, which has earned kudos from more than a few.
International passengers arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport will now be separated by vaccination status before heading through customs, the airport confirmed Saturday.
Montreal Canadiens draft pick Logan Mailloux apologized for sending sexually explicit pics without consent to his teammates, an incident he was charged for in Sweden.
The Vatican released information on its real estate holdings for the first time on Saturday, revealing it owns more than 5,000 properties as part of its most detailed financial disclosures ever.
As more athletes test positive for COVID-19, there are new fears that a typhoon could threaten some of the Games.
A hockey player who was recently convicted of a sex-related crime was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens. CTV's Annie Bergeron-Oliver reports.
New fires were reported in Alberta and Manitoba this weekend, where five First Nations have been evacuated. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
CTV’s Donna Sounds explains how advocates want to fix the cracks in the Canadian curriculum to reflect the treatment of Indigenous people.
Across the U.S. almost every state is dealing with a flood of new COVID-19 infections. CTV’s Tom Walters reports on the vaccine resistance.
Climate change is putting underwater resources at risk as more fish disappear. CTV’s Todd Battis explores the impact.
A six-year-old Yorkie was attacked by a coyote that followed its 10-year-old owner.