W5 goes deep into the narco heartland to interview a commander with one of Mexico's most brutal cartels. W5's documentary 'Narco Avocados' airs Saturday at 7 pm on CTV.
More than 50 people came out on Saturday for a walk, organized by the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury through the Laurentian University 'green space.' The 200 hectare piece of land has been a concern for many, given the questions around the university's financial stability and debts.
A Laval, Que. man considered one of Canada's most wanted criminals has been arrested in Mexico on allegations of pimping and serious sexual offences. A Canada-wide warrant was for Blake Charbonneau's arrest last year, with a reward of up to $50,000 offered last year for information that could lead to his capture.
Environment Canada is issuing an extreme cold alert Saturday for much of northern Ontario as temperatures are expected to drop below -40°C with the wind chill overnight in the region.
A Sault Ste. Marie based custom printing and embroidery business was able to buy a half-million dollar piece of equipment thanks to an investment from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.
When selling a home, Canadians may be exempted from paying capital gains tax on a residential property -- if it's their principal residence. On CTVNews.ca, personal finance contributor Christopher Liew explains what's determined as a principal residence, and what properties are eligible for the exemption.
Training of surgeons in Canada has taken a heavy knock from the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, and some doctors say their clinical education has been delayed again in recent months as many hospitals across the country cancelled elective procedures to keep up with emergency care.
A project decades in the making is taking a major step forward in providing state-of-the-art healthcare to the James and Hudson Bay area.
The manager of a Tim Hortons in North Bay was wrong to fire a long-term employee because of her physical limitations, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has ruled.
A globe-trotting gecko has accidentally made the trip from Egypt to England after hitching a ride in a container of strawberries.
While the deadline to file your taxes is months away, there are some personal tax credits Ontarians may qualify for that require some time pilfering through receipts to get them.
Sudbury District Restorative Justice has been serving Greater Sudbury, Espanola, Manitoulin Island and Chapleau for nearly two decades.
Dozens of Ukrainian newcomers who recently arrived in Canada experienced a hockey game for the first time Thursday night.
Looking ahead to the 2026 municipal election, North Bay city councillor Jamie Lowery wants to change the way municipal politicians are elected.
A survey on parking at city-owned lots throughout the city, as well as on-street parking downtown, began recently in the Sault.
Crews were able to isolate the outage to Steven Street, and as a result, Great Northern Road will be reduced to one lane at Stevens Street to McNabb Street, PUC said Friday afternoon.
A busy Sault Ste. Marie intersection could be getting a makeover. City officials have taken the next steps towards expanding the junction, or adding to neighbouring roads, but they need public input to do so.
The provincial government has announced applications are open for programs that support economic development for Indigenous people, organizations and communities.
A 34-year-old Timmins man is facing numerous charges following an incident in the north end of the city Thursday morning.
Police seized about $20,000 in narcotics in a raid of a northern Ontario home on Wednesday and now six people are facing charges.
A Peterborough, Ont. man attended a Toronto Maple Leafs game to complete his bucket list a day before passing. Heather Butts reports.
When the cold and snow have people hunkering down, these outdoor enthusiasts find motivation in braving the Canadian winter through community and sport.
Health Canada says it will continue to recommend COVID-19 prevention drug, Evulsheld, despite U.S. FDA pulling back its emergency use authorization due to concerns around its efficacy against Omicron subvariant 'Kraken.'
The German ambassador to Canada says Germany will not become 'a party to the conflict' in Ukraine, despite it and several other countries announcing they'll answer President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's pleas for tanks, possibly increasing the risk of Russian escalation.
Canadian university professors are mostly older and increasingly more female compared to 50 years ago, a new report from Statistics Canada has found.
Hyundai cars in Canada don't have the same anti-theft issue compared to those in the United States, a company spokesperson says, following reports that two American auto insurers are refusing to write policies for older models.
It's been almost four weeks since many of us made New Year's resolutions and one of the most popular goals is losing weight.
Those looking for a snow blower to clear their driveways may want to consider an electric model. Consumer Reports has been testing battery-powered snow blowers for the past six years and found electric models are improving.
A Toronto woman says she was given the runaround when she sought a full refund for her upcoming trip, which was cancelled outside of her control.
Canadian police chiefs condemned on Friday the death of a Black man who was savagely beaten by police during a traffic stop in the United States, saying the officers involved must be held accountable.
The Memphis police chief on Saturday disbanded the unit whose officers beat to death Tyre Nichols as the nation and the city struggled to come to grips with video showing police pummelling the Black motorist.
According to a new study, showing university students the health risks of vaping through experts and personal testimonies can help deter them from using e-cigarettes.
Tyre Nichols was hospitalized after he was pulled over on January 7, police have said. Five Memphis Police Department officers, who also are Black, were fired after an internal investigation and are facing criminal charges, including second-degree murder.