The strike by 2,504 workers at Vale for the past 58 days has taken millions of dollars out of Sudbury's economy, says a retired economics professor from Laurentian University.
An Ontario man says he's devastated after he flew to Trinidad and Tobago only to be turned around and forced to fly home because his vaccine mix is not approved in that country.
Canada added yet another bronze to its collection at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Thursday after rowing pair Caileigh Filmer and Hillary Janssens landed on the podium.
Ontario is putting more than $62 million in its autism budget this year to make services more available, as the province works to shore up its delayed revamp of the program.
Fifty-three year-old Mike Mansor recently walked into a COVID-19 immunization clinic for a life-saving vaccine and walked away with a life-saving diagnosis—having received not just a jab to the arm, but a prick to the finger.
Sudbury Shared Harvest received a $56,900 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation in 2019 to help put together the Youth Agricultural Mentors program.
Wednesday is World Hepatitis Day and the AIDS Committee of North Bay says one to two per cent of the local population is living with the disease. The organization is encouraging people to get tested.
Great Northern Road in Sault Ste. Marie has reopened following a four-vehicle collision that sent 10 people to hospital Wednesday.
Take Two Theatre, a theatre troupe in Timmins, is doing what it does best to endure COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns: improvise.
The low-barrier homeless shelter on Chippewa Street in North Bay is reopening at the beginning of August.
With less than six weeks before elementary and secondary students head back to class, parents in the Sudbury-Manitoulin area are being encouraged to register their child for bus transportation.
Following the EF2 tornado in the south end of Barrie that left a trail of destruction so damaging it could take years to rebuild, experts are now questioning the strength of Ontario's building code.
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.
A Parry Sound man wanted in connection to a weekend assault has been arrested, provincial police said.
Two residents of Nipissing Township have been charged in connection with a break and enter at the Canadian Tire in Huntsville on July 19.
The North Bay Police service said Wednesday they have charged a 44-year-old man in connection with the break-in at Outloud North Bay on July 20.
Born and raised in North Bay, Robert Shaw will take the court in Tokyo on Aug. 28.
Multiple community groups are in the Jamestown part of the city this week, in a big community outreach initiative.
Noront Resources, the mining company that currently holds development rights in northern Ontario's Ring of Fire chromite deposit with plans to build a smelter in Sault Ste. Marie, is about to be taken over.
Sault College is making vaccinations mandatory for staff and students within its residence and varsity athletics programming this school year.
As smoke from forest fires in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario continues to blanket the northern region, Environment Canada has issued another alert about poor air quality.
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.
A 64-year-old resident of Kirkland Lake is facing impaired driving and other charges in connection with two incidents this month – one involving an ATV, another an excavator.
An off-roader in Ariz. caught the moment he became 'trapped' by a flash flood. Monica Garcia reports.
Richard Madan sits down with 'The Simpsons' voice actor Harry Shearer to discuss the evolution of comedy as society changes.
A five bedroom, 12 bathroom mansion has set a real-estate record in B.C., selling for over $40 million.
This restaurant in New York holds the World Record for the most expensive plate of fries.
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.
At an Olympics aiming to set the highest level of television standards, the head of broadcasting at the Tokyo Games is trying to banish overly sexualized images of female athletes.
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.'
Veteran Sudbury musician Johnny Williams performs 'Get Rhythm' by Johnny Cash in honour of his friend's birthday.
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 R-value has climbed to peak COVID-19 levels in Alberta, even as daily case numbers remain fairly low, prompting the question: What constitutes a fourth wave of the pandemic in a country that has enough vaccines to inoculate everyone?
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, in her first appearance since June 29, said the province will shift its public health response and lift a number of measures related to quarantine, isolation and masks.
Ron Popeil, the quintessential TV pitchman and inventor known to generations of viewers for hawking products including the Veg-O-Matic, the Pocket Fisherman, Mr. Microphone and the Showtime Rotisserie and BBQ, has died, his family said.
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers have been left out of plans to ease quarantine restrictions for entry to England and Scotland.
Canada has fully vaccinated 64.7 per cent of the country's eligible population.
America's most vaccinated state is Vermont with more than 83 per cent of residents 12 and over having received at least one shot, according to health officials.
Simone Biles, the U.S. gymnast who withdrew from Tokyo 2020 Olympic events to prioritize her mental health, has thanked fans for their 'love and support' amid an outpouring of praise and well wishes from people around the world.
Jayson Delorme shares harrowing story of serious burns caused by a brush with wild parsnip.
RCMP say they've discovered human remains relating to a 1999 missing persons case.
Masks can be optional in Ont. schools if infections are low
Rising COVID-19 infections in the U.S. has prompted the CDC to recommend masks even among the fully vaccinated.
COVID-19 in Alberta: New cases surge with 387 new infections