The Ontario government is providing the clearest picture so far of what restrictions will look like once the province exits its reopening roadmap plan following the lengthy COVID-19 lockdown and masks will remain a part of the landscape.
Canada is headed towards a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, but how severe of a resurgence it'll be depends on how many people are fully vaccinated, warns new national modelling released Friday. The country is seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases, and thousands more infections are predicted if contacts aren't contained, the modelling indicates.
It was a busy day for police in North Bay on Tuesday after officers arrested a man with more than $100K in suspected drugs while six other people were charged in a separate incident after a drug raid.
A 34-year-old in Temiskaming Shores is facing several charges in connection with harassing their former partner.
Cambrian College is making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for students living in any of their residences starting in September.
A 30-year-old Sudbury resident has been charged in connection with a collision Thursday afternoon that sent a motorcycle driver to hospital.
The North Bay Humane Society has taken in more than 30 dogs from the United States, to save them from being euthanized. Officials say another 15 will arrive this weekend.
As the investigation continues into the crash that sent 10 people to hospital in Sault Ste. Marie on Monday, police have revealed one person was killed as a result.
The Delta coronavirus variant surging across the United States appears to cause more severe illness and spread as easily as chickenpox, according to an internal document from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The OPP will be searching the water on Sparrow Lake with the assistance of the OPP SAVE team and the Underwater Search and Recovery unit Friday for a missing canoeist.
Two people have been arrested after a search at a home south of North Bay revealed a large stash of suspected stolen property, Ontario Provincial Police said.
Ontario health officials are reporting an additional 226 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, marking the fifth straight day in which infection numbers have climbed.
The federal government is providing $3.5 million to the Sudbury Airport Development Corporation. FedNor is hoping to mitigate some of the losses as a result of COVID-19.
As local cases dry up, Public Health Sudbury & Districts said Thursday that 69.2 per cent of people older than 12 have now been vaccinated against COVID-19 with both shots.
Health officials at the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit are laying out the numbers needed to move the area out of Stage 3 of Ontario’s reopening plan.
It's construction season and a number of projects are underway in Sault Ste. Marie, ranging from road resurfacing to complete rebuilds.
The Sault Police Service has released the sequence of events that led to a four-vehicle collision Monday on Great Northern Road that sent 10 people to hospital.
The City of Sault Ste. Marie is proposing new regulations for short-term rentals, such as Airbnb.
A higher court has struck down a decision by a lower court that acquitted a Sault Ste. Marie man on an impaired driving charge.
Operating from the back of its van did the trick for the South Porcupine Food Bank while it made contingency plans after a fire at a neighbouring apartment unit.
When two eggs were found in an abandoned loon nest at a northern Ontario lake, several people banded together to try and save them.
Take Two Theatre, a theatre troupe in Timmins, is doing what it does best to endure COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns: improvise.
The Timmins Police Service is searching for a 38-year-old man who fled from police Monday and is wanted on drug trafficking and other charges.
Experts in the north say they need more people to get the COVID-19 vaccine in order to meet the goals set out by the province.
26-year-old Halima Cisse thought she was pregnant with 7 babies, only learning she would have nonuplets moment before the birth.
Visitors to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in China can now bungee jump from 260 metres in the air.
Jordan Cunningham has the story of one woman's search for a safe space to release stress and get out a good scream.
A lagoon in Argentina turned a striking shade of pink from what local environmentalists blame on pollution from a nearby industrial park.
A llama was spotted on the loose near Guelph on Wednesday, sparking concerns from area residents.
Hotels and buildings in the resort city of Marmaris were evacuated as flames approached from wildfires raging in southern Turkey.
An Ontario woman is trying to become the first transplant recipient to swim across Lake Ontario.
A Winnipeg archdiocese will no longer allow a Catholic priest to preach publicly or teach after he suggested during a sermon that residential school survivors lied to get settlement money.
For 17-year-old best friends Luke Allen and Rowan Norrad of Halifax, summer means going to Grand Lake, N.B., and searching the rocky shorelines for signs of life from long ago – and the two have been making a name for themselves with their significant fossil finds.
A chemical cousin of pot's main intoxicating ingredient has rocketed to popularity over the last year, and the cannabis industry and state governments are scrambling to reckon with it amid debate over whether it's legal.
People across the country could soon be experiencing a chip that was created by a Manitoba-based, Indigenous-owned company.
Inspired by skull imagery and 'The Lord of The Rings,' a Brazilian tattoo artist has covered nearly every part of his body in ink and undergone surgeries to give himself horns, a forked tongue and pointed orc ears, even cutting off his nose to complete the look.
Yvan Brabant of Sudbury busts out the Stratocaster guitar to cover 'I Only Wanna Be With You' by Dusty Springfield.
Watch a performance by Mandy Mae Minderlein from the Cobalt area of Temiskaming Shores of 'Perfect' by Ed Sheeran.
Richard Olmstead from Blind River, and his daughter-in-law Kari-Lynn Olmstead from Elmira, cover Garret Hedlund's song, 'Give in to Me.'
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.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
Emergency crews evacuated an area in the south end of Barrie, Ont., around 2 p.m. Friday to deal with explosions and a fire at a propane facility.
Minister of Indigenous Services Marc Miller announced Friday that the federal government has reached an agreement out of court to settle class-action litigation regarding clean drinking water for First Nations communities across Canada.
While lumber prices have plunged in recent weeks, industry experts say increased demand and limited supply will keep the cost of softwood lumber above pre-pandemic levels for years to come.
Two travellers who arrived in Toronto from the United States have been fined for providing fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination documents and lying about pre-departure tests.
Canada's top doctors say Alberta's decision to end isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19, or who have been in close contact with someone who has, could have ripple effects across the country.
Dashcam video of collision resulting in pileup on Hwy. 401
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Lisa Barrett opening the borders without proper measures will expedite and expand the fourth wave.
The federal government is implementing 'special immigration measures' to extract Afghan allies.