Help for the struggling James Bay community of Kashechewan has been slow in coming, as COVID-19 infections surge through overcrowded homes and isolation facilities remain non-existent, Chief Leo Friday said on Wednesday.
The driver of a utility terrain vehicle was killed on Tuesday in a crash on Highway 11 between Smooth Rock Falls and Cochrane, provincial police say.
Ontario Provincial Police have now charged three GTA men following a deadly stabbing in Wasaga Beach on Sunday.
By an 11-2 vote Tuesday evening, city council in Greater Sudbury approved the downtown Energy Court location to set up a temporary safe injection site.
Yoan Morneau died in a workplace accident this January. His coworkers said they wanted to talk to media to make sure he’d 'never be forgotten,' and to try, after five similar deaths at their company in two-and-a-half years, to save others from fatal accidents.
The controversial Kingsway Entertainment District is back on the agenda at a special city council meeting Wednesday night.
A Sudbury construction company is suing the Ontario government, arguing the contract it signed to expand part of Highway 69 incorrectly estimated the amount of rock that would be leftover at the end of the project.
With Canada set to receive enough supply to fully vaccinate most people by the middle of the summer, many Ontarians are wondering when exactly life will return to normal.
A driver had to been airlifted to hospital using Ontario's emergency Ornge helicopter this week, Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police said, after a crash on Highway 65 West near Henwood Road 2, in the Township of Henwood.
Health officials in North Bay have upgraded the COVID-19 outbreak at the jail to the whole facility and say 13 people have now been infected.
Americans who have been fully vaccinated are able to ditch masks and forget about distancing, but there is still no guidance for Canadians who have received both doses.
Ontario's borders with Quebec and Manitoba fully reopen today.
The United Way Centraide North East Ontario has created an initiative called Soles United that's designed to help the homeless and groups that help the homeless.
It’s a day dedicated to elder abuse awareness, which experts say is a situation that has gotten worse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arbour House is set to open this fall. The on-of-a-kind eight-bed residence will provide services for youth aged 12-18 who have been through trauma.
The Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay is investigating after the body of a 45-year-old man was found in Merrick Township.
As COVID-19 restrictions begin lifting, a popular North Bay entertainment venue is planning a series of summer concerts from the rooftop.
Esther Pennell’s latest album, ‘Big Dream,’ received a nomination at the Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards
Walter and Lil Parniak were married at St. Veronica's Church in Sault Ste. Marie 75 years ago and are celebrating their diamond jubilee surrounded by their loving family.
Sault police are investigating the death of a woman near a steel plant, the third female body to be found in the city in less than a month.
A Sault Ste. Marie woman is raising money for residential school survivors through her art. Her sketch of the shoe memorial on the front steps of Algoma University continues to bring in donations - even though she had no intention of selling this particular piece.
After nearly 20 years the owners of Meadowview Alpaca Farm in Bruce Mines have decided it’s time to say goodbye. They have put the farm up for sale, and they’re hoping whoever purchases their business will take it to the next level.
A collision near the Timmins Square mall has eastbound traffic blocked along Riverside Drive, the city's main artery.
Ontario Provincial Police in Cochrane have charged a third person in relation to a death in Cochrane a year ago.
Timmins police say a man was charged with criminal harassment Sunday night after being accused of following someone he was ordered to stay away from.
NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says that she has never 'felt safe' and alleges she was racially profiled while being in the House of Commons.
MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos is donating $2.7 billion to a number of charities including groups fighting racial injustice.
A herd of 15 wild Asian elephants have made a 500-kilometre journey from a Chinese nature reserve, defying attempts to redirect them.
A California university student's graduation photos taken in farm fields where she worked with her family have gone viral.
In light of the recent discovery of children’s remains at residential schools across the nation, some cities have announced the cancellation of any Canada Day celebrations — should Toronto follow suit?
A new report by Manulife Bank found that three out of four people who want to purchase a home simply can't afford one, with one third of homeowners admitting they needed help from their parents for the purchase, writes CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid.
The Muslim community in Scarborough is reeling after two people were arrested on the grounds of a Scarborough, Ont., mosque, accused of attempting to break into the building and threatening to shoot and blow up the people inside.
The federal government is announcing that Indigenous people can now apply to reclaim their traditional names on passports and other government identification.
Ontario's Progressive Conservatives employed a rarely used legislative power on Monday to pass a bill limiting third-party election advertising amid shouts of "shame" from the opposition.
Here's an upbeat Jason Mraz cover from a high school vice-principal in New Liskeard. Simon Rivard sings, 'I'm Yours.'
Here's a tune from the 1930s called 'Deep River Blues' performed by Gus Richard from the Sudbury community of Azilda.
Sudbury musician Julio Falcao collaborates with friends from Toronto and Brazil to perform a rock and roll classic from Rush.
Thousands took part in a march to end hatred in London, in a response to a Muslim family that was attacked last weekend. Bryan Bicknell reports.
CTV's Tony Ryma talks to Nikki Sage of Home Instead about the benefits of aging in place and how Give65 will help Nipissing Serenity Hospice
Restaurants celebrate a new beginning, with a brisk business starting with Step One. CTV's Christina Succi reports.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul is calling out efforts by members of the party’s governing body to force her removal following internal policy disputes as “racist” and “sexist.”
The Senate has passed Bill C-15, which seeks to align Canadian law with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), which the global body adopted in 2007. The long-anticipated legislation passed the upper chamber by a vote of 61 to 10, with nine abstentions.
In a scathing farewell speech, Nunavut NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq blasted the federal government for inaction on Indigenous issues and accused parliamentary security of racial profiling. Her comments have sparked reaction from her colleagues, who are speaking to the work still needed to be done to make Parliament a welcoming place.
A plea has been entered in the case of a B.C. couple accused of chartering a flight to a remote Yukon community to get their COVID-19 vaccinations before they were eligible in their home province.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being allowed to check out from his quarantine hotel roughly 12 hours after checking in.
A U.K.-based study indicates that some individuals experience different symptoms from the Delta variant of the coronavirus, but Canadian experts say that might not be the case.
Three tornadoes emerged from a storm system that swept through central Saskatchewan Tuesday night according to Environment Canada.
Outrage after a B.C. couple travelled to Yukon for vaccines
Caught on cam: A large tornado seen in a D'Arcy, Sask. farm field damaged crops as the province was hit by severe weather on June 15.
A judge has ruled that former movie producer Harvey Weinstein can be extradited from N.Y. to Calif. to face rape and sexual assault charges.
A fishing boat in southern Chile was overwhelmed by dozens of sea lions trying to escape a pack of hunting killer whales.
Minister Marc Miller says 76 per cent of Indigenous adults have received their first dose.