A pair of Sault Ste. Marie city councillors are hoping to get their council colleagues to support a ban on single-use plastics.
The Sudbury Catholic District School Board has more than 30 international students for the 2021/2022 school year thanks to host families in the area.
Ontario Northland president and CEO Corina Moore has made the list of Canada’s top 100 most powerful women, according to the Women’s Executive Network awards.
Ontario is moving ahead with its plan to fix the long-term care sector by hiring almost 200 new inspectors.
A legion president in Sudbury said Tuesday the city has now told her the Remembrance Day ceremony in Memorial Park will go ahead, but in a shared space with homeless people living there.
École Ste-Marie, a French-language school in Azilda, is closed until Nov. 12 because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Ontario's education minister says 50,000 people could lose their jobs if the province mandated COVID-19 vaccines for education workers
Two men are in custody in North Bay after city police were called to a firearms incident Tuesday in the northeast end of the city.
Ontario is proposing new legislation that would encourage employees to disconnect from the office and sustain a healthier work life balance.
Three people in Sault Ste. Marie, two age 24 and one age 28, are facing drug, weapons and other charges after Sault police responded to a break and enter call early Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday, Public Health Sudbury & Districts issued a drinking water advisory for the residents of the Town of Chapleau.
Ontario plans to spend $20 million to double the number of long-term care home inspectors in the province.
Despite the growing homeless encampment in Memorial Park in downtown Sudbury, two Royal Canadian Legion branches say an outdoor Remembrance Day ceremony will go ahead in the park.
The City of North Bay has reeled in a painting called 'The Big Fish' from an anonymous donor. It was painted by a local artist Dennis Geden.
For more than 20 years, Robert Collins has owned Ultimate Sports Cards on Cassells Street in North Bay, and recently the store has undergone a massive three-month makeover.
A group of community advocates were at Sault Ste. Marie's city hall Monday to demand action on addictions, mental health and homelessness.
Halloween decorators in the Sault are going above and beyond this year, while a local security company gets ready to do its part to help the community.
Sault Area Hospital is being hailed as a champion of organ and tissue donation by the Trillium Gift of Life Network. The hospital is being recognized for its efforts to integrate organ and tissue donation into end-of-life care.
Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks has granted the City of Timmins more time to complete work on the Whitney-Tisdale Pumping Station No. 4 project.
Ontario Provincial Police in Temiskaming say they have charged the driver of a commercial motor vehicle with stunt driving.
Living Space in Timmins is developing a new strategic plan and is looking to the public for input. The plan would see the organization through to its goal of ending homelessness in the city by 2025.
This video from Russian Ministry of Defence shows an anti-terror group on board the container ship freeing the crew from their hiding spot.
Vanessa Lee has the details behind Quebec's notable uptick in whales and other mammal sightings in the St. Lawrence this season.
An Alberta man rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling it.
Surveillance camera shows the moment a U.S. Marine veteran disarmed a man who was brandishing a handgun at a gas station in Arizona.
A male alligator removed from a lagoon at an Australian zoo after showing hostility towards other alligators and charging zookeepers.
Concussions have become one of the largest issues in sports, affecting not just professional athletes but also youth playing at minor levels.
Jared Daw is using a crowbar to take out his frustrations on an old printer. Normally, that’s something that might get you in trouble, but it’s all part of the plan at a new business in downtown Clinton, Ont.
The federal government has lifted its advisory against non-essential international travel and with the change, the price of insurance is expected to drop.
An Indigenous land acknowledgement from the Montreal Canadiens last week sent shockwaves through Quebec, with bipartisan backlash from politicians who called the Habs' statement false.
Many questions remain unanswered following the death of Brian Laundrie. But crime experts say the notebook found near his remains in a Florida nature reserve park may shed some light on the circumstances of his disappearance and the violent death of his fiancee Gabby Petito.
Here's a song from Mitch Jean, a northern Ontario artist from Cochrane, who covers 'Fishing In The Dark' by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
This Temiskaming Shores duo's cover of Black Horse and the Cherry Tree is sure to make you sing along into the weekend.
The talented Sudbury duo Chicks with Picks -- Nancy and Melanie – perform their version of the classic song, 'Runaround sue.'
A woman was sent to hospital after the kayak she was in was hit by a boat in a Sudbury area lake.
Up to 4,000 students attend an outdoor party in defiance of public health measures. CTV’s Kimberley Johnson reports.
The real estate buying frenzy in the GTA has cooled down, but a drop in inventory is causing more headaches for buyers.
Annie Bergeron Oliver asked Justin Trudeau if he planned to run for re-election. Here's how the prime minister responded.
Police are investigating an assault on a Tim Hortons employee in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside as a possible hate crime.
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses the latest cabinet shuffle, energy sector and COVID-19 recovery.
Long-time Liberal MP and cabinet minister Marc Garneau was one of the surprising omissions from the new cabinet. Joyce Napier has more.