Despite lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce is assuring students there are jobs waiting for them.
There are two new collective agreements in place at Laurentian University, following a devastating week of staffing and program cuts on campus.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts reported a COVID-19 related death in Greater Sudbury on Wednesday, the second in two days.
The federal New Democrats have been granted an emergency debate on Laurentian University, where large staffing and program cuts have stunned the community.
Nearly a week after declaring a state of emergency and imposing a stay-at-home order, Ontario Premier Doug Ford is urging people to avoid travelling into the province amid the third wave.
A Liberal MP was caught wearing his birthday suit in the virtual House of Commons. William Amos appeared on the screens of his fellow members of Parliament completely naked Wednesday.
Longtime Lively resident starts petition against the sale of Greater Sudbury's Meatbird Lake to mining giant Vale.
Emotions are running high these days on Laurentian University campus as faculty, staff and students try to determine their next steps. It comes after Monday's announcement that dozens of people, including 110 faculty positions, are being terminated.
The North Bay Police Service is sounding the alarm after they received multiple reports of unknown men following women during the evening and early morning hours.
CTV News Toronto has learned the provincial government will not be offering off-peak hydro rates during the province’s second, month-long stay-at-home order – as it did in January.
Five boys face assault and weapons charges after police say they attacked a group of teenagers at a basketball court with batons and pepper spray in Bradford.
We have all heard stories of people unwittingly losing their money to fraud. When it comes to investing, there are ways to protect yourself, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid writes in her column on CTVNews.ca.
Following an agreement with the federal government, Air Canada has restored services to the Jack Garland Airport in North Bay.
A driver in West Nipissing, Ont., who wanted to help a moose they struck with a vehicle ended up spending the night in the woods.
Tuesday morning officials with the North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre broke ground on the new 30-unit transitional housing project.
A North Bay family is frustrated with the provincial vaccine rollout plan, and say their 22-year-old disabled son has been “skipped over.”
Sault Ste. Marie Police Service says the man believed to be responsible for an armed robbery last month has been arrested.
Sault Ste. Marie says it's looking to go plastic-free and will help promote a similar lifestyle for households and businesses in the Sault with its new program.
Lawrence De Young of Elliot Lake won $199,109 in the Dec. 26, 2020, Lottario draw, the Ontario Lottery Corp. announced Tuesday.
Three families in Sault Ste. Marie will be spending a lot more time outdoors over the spring break, with few activities this week amid rising COVID-19 cases in Ontario.
According to some gardeners in Timmins, any time is a good time to consider taking up the practice of composting.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) from the Matheson detachment closed Highway 11 south of Matheson, Ont. for approx 10 hours on April 10 due to a collision involving a passenger vehicle and a commercial vehicle.
With many families isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic, children are turning to their electronic devices to fill the time.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics are happening in Timmins, but as Living Space shelter officials explained, they are not easy to attend for people who are homeless.
A Cyclone helicopter made a precautionary landing at Nova Scotia's Rainbow Haven Provincial Park after noticing a cockpit indication.
A territorial goose attacks an unsuspecting Edmonton man and his two dogs Tuesday, April 13, 2021.
Dutch tourists paid $450 to volunteer for a 'lockdown vacation' to test whether they can be done safely during the pandemic.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase when public on Wednesday, and investors say it’s valuation could run in excess of $100 billion.
The rare mandarin duck has been spotted in Laval and wildlife lovers are hoping to catch a glimpse.
Wildlife officials in Kenya rescued 9 critically endangered Rothschild's giraffes from a flooded island using a barge called a 'GiRaft.'
Around one in 66 Canadians are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to a 2018 report from the federal government. But autism spectrum disorder still remains poorly understood among Canadians who don't have autism, and the autistic community continues to face challenges that stem from this lack of understanding.
A TikToker from Yellowknives Dene First Nation who's using her platform to call out the toxic contamination from the now-abandoned Giant Mine in Yellowknife, has helped push the issue to the attention of federal government.
A blast-from-the-past house for sale in Barrie, Ont. sold $259,000 above the asking price after just eight days on the market.
Kim's Convenience has just ended but cast member Andrew Phung is already “knee-deep in ideas and stories” for his next project, Run the Burbs.
There are upwards of 100,000 Muslims in Calgary and Tuesday the majority of them began fasting from sun up to sun down.
Guitar teacher from the Greater Sudbury community of Capreol, Lisa Bertrand, performs 'Hard Luck Woman' by Kiss.
Timmins high school student Gavin Martin sings about “the good old days” with his cover of 'Grandpa' by The Judds.
Watch the full performance of Lori Gordon, a musician on Manitoulin Island, sing an original song 'Proud Haweater,'an her ode to her home.
Cycling is allowed in lockdown. CTV's Tyler Fleming adds the idea to a list of stuff we can do safely this month.
Ontario reported more than 4,000 COVID-19 cases on Friday, the most new infections in a single day since the start of the pandemic.
The pandemic continues to hit hard financially for many people and their families and driving demand at food banks in Greater Sudbury.
Canada's seven-day average has reached its highest point of the pandemic, marking a grim milestone as hospitalizations increase across the country.
COVID-19 will continue to be a pandemic until equitable, global vaccine rollouts are put in place, experts say. Vaccine hoarding is slowing global vaccinations and could lead to variants that can evade current vaccines.
As the Royal Family and the rest of the world says goodbye to Prince Philip, CTV News will be bringing coverage of his funeral live to the homes of Canadians through TV and online.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey has offered to help Ontario quell a spike in COVID-19 infections, although it’s unclear what that help might entail.
A group of B.C.'s top infectious disease modellers is warning the province's hospitals could be overwhelmed by COVID-19 cases as early as next month if infections continue to increase at their current rate.
Following the death of Prince Philip, members of the Royal Family have shared never-before-seen photos on social media of the Duke of Edinburgh.
The federal procurement minister says the government will welcome the millions of Johnson & Johnson doses they’ve already purchased, so long as Health Canada deems that vaccine safe and effective for use.
There is enough evidence to say the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may cause very rare blood clots but the shot is still extremely safe, very effective and will remain on the Canadian market, Health Canada said Wednesday.
Kimberly Potter is facing a second-degree manslaughter charge for the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Pierre Lévesque filmed police in Sorel-Tracy, Que., as they used road spikes to stop an allegedly stolen truck on Wednesday.
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