King Cone & King Putt is open seven days a week at 10 a.m., but staff say most days, people are in line before the open sign is even turned on.
Greater Sudbury Police said they recently arrested a driver who was travelling more than 100 km/h more than the speed limit, just one of several people charged with stunt driving in just a few days.
Eleven-year-old Nation North says he has always had an entrepreneurial spirit.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is reporting that an adult from the Manitoulin district has tested positive for Lyme disease.
With a new wave of COVID-19 infections fueled by the Delta variant striking countries worldwide, disease experts are scrambling to learn whether the latest version of coronavirus is making people - mainly the unvaccinated - sicker than before.
Samantha Ramsdell of Connecticut is the record holder for the world's largest mouth gape for a female. Her mouth gape measures 6.56 centimetres, or about 2.5 inches.
A 42-year-old resident of Temiskaming Shores has been charged following an investigation by Ontario Provincial Police into a stolen bicycle.
Team Canada will play for women's soccer gold for the first time ever after upsetting the U.S in the semifinals overnight at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday.
The International Olympic Committee is looking into the gesture U.S. athlete Raven Saunders made after the shot put silver medallist raised her arms in an X above her head, a potential breach of rules banning protests on medal podiums.
Batchewana First Nation is giving its long-time leader another mandate. Dean Sayers will serve another term as chief after defeating two challengers by a wide margin in the latest band council elections.
Beverly De Grasse says that she hardly remembers seeing her son race during the men’s 100-metre final at Olympic Stadium in Tokyo Sunday morning.
Ontario pharmacists say thousands of doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are set to expire soon and they warn the supply could go to waste if people don't show up to get a shot.
Eleven-year-old Nation North says he has always had an entrepreneurial spirit.
Trees are everywhere in northern Ontario, and while we all benefit from their oxygen-producing capabilities, they often don’t get the credit they deserve.
The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan has for the first time introduced skateboarding as an Olympic event with several medals being awarded out to young athletes. In North Bay, the sport is taking off.
From riding the Chief Commanda on Lake Nipissing to enjoying a bite to eat on Trout Lake, there’s plenty to do in, on, and near the water in North Bay.
The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will begin work next week to remediate 45 metres of Chippewa Creek at Oak Street and re-establish the Kinsmen Trail link across the creek with a new pedestrian bridge.
It doesn’t matter if it’s gold, silver or bronze, each time Canada wins a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Sue Childs-Furlong adds a Canadian Flag to her front porch.
A pair of Northern Ontario women are well on their way in their canoe journey from Sault Ste. Marie to Spanish.
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.
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.
Patricia Ballantyne is a Woodland Cree woman from Saskatchewan and a residential school survivor. She began a journey of healing journey on June 5 when she left the site of the Prince Albert Residential School.
The Porcupine Health Unit is advising of a potential low-risk public exposure to COVID-19 at the Timmins Native Friendship Centre.
Kicking off his 'Mad Max Northeastern Ontario' tour in Iroquois Falls, People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier addressed northerners Friday, calling for an end to COVID-19 lockdowns, political correctness and what he said are ineffective Liberal policies.
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.
Drone video by Fisheries and Oceans Canada shows crews working to rescue a grey whale that had become tangled in fishing gear.
Underwater video from July 27 shows two creatures resembling cartoon icons SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star in the Atlantic Ocean.
A moose found wandering inside a parking garage in Colorado on July 27 was carried away to safety after wildlife officers sedated the animal.
After a long 18 months of living in isolation, two residents of a seniors' home in White Rock tied the knot Saturday.
A Kitchener man is still recovering from COVID-19, but for the first time in months, he can finally eat solid food again.
With more than 9,000 pieces and counting, Les David claims to have to largest Indiana Jones collection in the world.
Visitors to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in China can now bungee jump from 260 metres in the air.
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.
Christine Laforge from the Kirkland Lake area performs a cover of 'Cry to Me,' from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack.
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.
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.
A readout from the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office says he spoke today with U.S. President Joe Biden -- and that Canada's soccer victory over the United States came up in the conversation.
The Canadian women's soccer team has advanced to the gold-medal game at the Tokyo Olympics with a 1-0 win over the United States.
Zara Rutherford, 19, is on a global mission: to be the youngest woman to fly around the world.
The U.S. on Monday finally reached President Joe Biden's goal of getting at least one COVID-19 shot into 70 per cent of American adults -- a month late and amid a fierce surge by the delta variant that is swamping hospitals and leading to new mask rules and mandatory vaccinations around the country.
Mounties say a female tree planter has been mauled to death by a bear in northern Alberta.
Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry has signed with the Miami Heat, ending his time with the Canadian team.
Sen. Lindsey Graham has become the first senator to disclose a breakthrough infection after being vaccinated against the coronavirus, saying Monday he is 'very glad' he received the vaccine, without which his current symptoms would be 'far worse.'
Several people have offered up their homes and cottages in Huntsville, Ont., to famous actor John Cleese, after an Airbnb mishap left him without a place to stay while filming a movie in the area.
A new British study found some recovered COVID-19 patients exhibit 'signficant' cognitive deficits.