Public Health Sudbury and Districts (PHSD) has declared an outbreak at Jean Hanson Public School on Saturday following three more individuals who tested positive for COVID-19.
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) said a single-winning ticket sold in the Sudbury region has won the Feb. 26 jackpot of $70 million.
Christine Harte from Hanmer is one of four members of Devil’s Cider Games. The company created the game Cat Colony Crisis which launched at the beginning of February.
CTV News has learned the identity of the man killed in an industrial accident in the Sudbury area on Feb. 24.
More than 1,100 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Ontario Saturday.
A new study says that blood tests may be the key for doctors to get an idea of what to expect when treating COVID-19 patients.
W5 investigates Canada's controversial practice of flying live horses around the world to be slaughtered for fresh, raw, horsemeat. The campaign to stop the live horse export has ramped up with the celebrity endorsement of Canadian singer Jann Arden, who calls it the 'sinister side of agriculture.'
The number of people who would have died from a COVID-19 infection is likely to be much higher than recorded because death certificates don't always list the virus as the cause of a fatality, experts say.
The House approved a US$1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill that was championed by U.S. President Joe Biden, the first step in providing another dose of aid to a weary nation as the measure now moves to a tense Senate.
Canada is seeing an upsurge in vaccines distributed across the country, with numbers making up more than double of what was allocated in the last two weeks.
For people looking to dip their toes in some warm water in Timmins, the Archie Dillon Sportsplex swimming pool is reopening Monday after being closed since the beginning of the pandemic last March.
For 19-year-olds Kobe Seguin and Adam Kennedy, giving back to the community was top of mind when they started their new clothing line, Bay Apparel
Nearly seven in 10 Canadians who plan to buy a new vehicle in the next five years are looking to go electric.
EA Sports is honouring a former North Bay hockey player’s legacy in a unique way: the video game giant has added Noah Dugas in their latest video game NHL 21 as a playable character.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit has received confirmation from Public Health Ontario labs that 12 COVID-19 cases at a North Bay apartment building outbreak are a variant that was first reported in South Africa.
Ontario Provincial Police say charges are pending after a tanker full of milk rolled over on a northeastern Ontario highway Thursday night.
The 49th Field Regiment with 33 Service Battalion Detachment Sault Ste Marie will be conducting a training exercise in Sault Ste Marie on Saturday and Sunday.
Sudbury police were called to investigate after an officer from Sault Ste. Marie was accused of filing a false report.
Be on the lookout for a special delivery from Canada Post. In the coming weeks, it will be mailing out 13.5 million postcards, one for every mailing address in Canada.
Algoma Steel says adding its first arc at its second ladle metallurgical facility will boost the company's production and cap activity.
Called 'Community Pass,' the app allows users to conduct screening and check-ins before entering businesses, upload positive COVID-19 test results and send in papers confirming your vaccination.
Through an investigation related to a positive case of COVID-19, staff at the Porcupine Health Unit has learned there is a high-risk exposure to the public related to the recent bus travel.
A 51-year-old woman had to be extracted from her vehicle Thursday morning near Timmins after her vehicle was struck by a 39-car freight train.
Timmins police say what started as an online romance turned into a tragedy: a 25-year-old woman became a victim of human trafficking.
The Porcupine Health Unit announced Wednesday the outbreak at the Extendicare Long Term Care Home in Kapuskasing is now over.
More than 50 dogs were rescued from Texas and await a new home in Toronto, after a historic snowstorm pummeled the state.
TikTok skating sensation Elladj Balde is on a mission to bring more diversity to the sport of figure skating.
26-year-old Brian Fraser has died while battling cancer. Creeson Agecoutay has the story on how he inspired a nation to give.
The TSA recently shared their top ten bizarre catches of 2020 and among them was a dead baby shark and a live smoke grenade
Etiquette expert Julie Blais Comeau shares valuable workday advice, from signing emails to accepting friend requests from colleagues.
Queen Elizabeth II is encouraging people to be vaccinated against COVID-19, saying the shot is quick, harmless and will help protect others against the disease
While some students have struggled to navigate new ways of learning, some employees have found their office hours bleeding into their personal time as they adjust to working from home.
Ahead of expected cuts and potential layoffs at Sudbury's Laurentian University, one small program is advocating for its survival.
Tyler White of Siksika First Nation Health Services in Alberta says the federal government should not expand access to the medical assistance in dying (MAID) procedure to those suffering solely from severe mental illness.
An unprecedented number of people have recently been invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada through a program aimed at attracting skilled workers, following a year that saw immigration numbers plummet during the pandemic.
Watch the full music video of Mandy Mae from Cochrane performing 'Maybe It's Time' written by Bradley Cooper for 'A Star Is Born.'
Watch the full music video of Martin, Ian, Julie and Dan performing 'Wonder Where the Lions Are' by Bruce Cockburn as seen on CTV News at 6.
Watch the full music video of northern Ontario's Eddy Pinard singing a Merle Haggard tune called 'The Way I Am' as seen on CTV News at 6.
11-year-old Zander, a local podcast host, interviews Jimmy Kimmel and they bond over heart conditions.
The province is providing more than $550,000 to help create affordable housing for Indigenous mothers and their children in the Sault.
Starting Monday, some seniors in York Region and Hamilton will be able to start booking appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine.
More than 1,100 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Ontario Saturday.
Church bells rang out and a Second Wolrd War-era plane flew Saturday over the funeral service of Captain Tom Moore to honour of the veteran who single-handedly raised millions of pounds for Britain's health workers by walking laps in his backyard.
A recently discovered 3,500-year-old manual provides new details into the ancient Egyptian mummification process.
Following a car accident Tuesday morning in California that resulted in significant leg injuries and required an extraction from his vehicle by first responders, Tiger Woods now begins the arduous recovery process.
While community organizations have noticed an increase in domestic violence since the start of the pandemic, they fear the post-crisis period, which could lead to more violence and overload their services.
On the heels of Health Canada's authorization of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, the Johnson & Johnson shot could join the country's arsenal within weeks, says Health Canada's Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Supriya Sharma.
Ontario uses 'emergency brake,' some regions locked down
Starting Feb. 22, passengers flying back to Canada are subject to a hotel quarantine.
A Canadian travelling back home after three months in the U.S. says everything about the experience was 'awful.'
Justin Trudeau says there are several factors like variants and infection rates to consider before reopening the country.