When a Timmins Police Service employee needs to call for spiritual back-up, Deacon David Smith will be there.
Novak Djokovic was deported from Australia on Sunday after losing a bid to stay in the country to defend his Australian Open title despite not being vaccinated against COVID-19.
The federal government is unlikely to challenge Quebec's controversial proposal to apply a tax on the unvaccinated in the province, says former premier Jean Charest.
According to a new report, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused meat consumption and demand to decline in Canada.
Despite Omicron gaining a reputation as a 'mild' virus variant, doctors say Canadians can't afford to be so cavalier about Omicron. While the risks of infection seem lower to some individuals, abetting the variant's supercharged spread would have devastating consequences across society.
Ukraine said Sunday that Russia was behind a cyberattack that defaced its government websites and alleged that Russia is engaged in an increasing 'hybrid war' against its neighbour.
The Canadian Press is periodically checking in with students about how COVID-19 is shaping their school year. Visit CTVNews.ca to see what they had to say about the latest round of disruptions.
Prince Harry has filed a claim for a judicial review against the British government's decision not to let him personally pay for police protection while in the U.K.
A few days shy of her thirteenth birthday, Mia Therrien from Matheson is doing something big with her hair.
Sudbury MMA has been training hundreds of students for the past several years in New Sudbury on mixed martial arts. But since the onset of the pandemic, they've made a push towards virtual and the students are embracing it.
As the temperature outside plunged below 20 Celsius on Saturday, volunteers with 'Save Our Young Adults' - or SOYA - were busy preparing hot coffee and lunches for the Sault Ste. Marie's vulnerable population.
Laurentian University has announced it is delaying a return to in -person learning due to high numbers of COVID-19. In a letter to the community from its president Robert Haché, it said they are working with local health authorities to create a plan for a staged return that could begin as early as February 7.
The Porcupine Health Unit has declared an outbreak at the Anson General Hospital in Iroquois Falls and says it is working with the hospital to ensure the safety of its staff and patients.
It's expected to be another frigid night across in Greater Sudbury, where about 15 people are still living outside despite available shelter beds.
A Sudbury gym owner who ran a day camp while his gym was forced to close because of the COVID-19 lockdown has been fined $800.
The Ontario government will provide funding to the Brain Injury Association of North Bay and Area as it continue helping patients who struggle with the effects of acquired brain injuries.
Home sales in North Bay set a new record in 2021 and similar outcomes are being predicted for this year.
The City of Sault Ste. Marie is making an extension of the hub trail network to the Jamestown area a top priority.
A 10-year-old passenger is in hospital in critical condition following a single-vehicle collision Thursday afternoon in Huron Shores, east of Thessalon.
It's back to school Monday and officials with two school boards in the Timmins area say they're excited to welcome everyone, despite some changes that are store.
In the midst of the wave of Omicron cases, the Timmins and District Hospital said it's experiencing a shortage of critical workers. That has meant employees from other departments have stepped up to help fill any gaps.
A doctor's skills were put to the test when she was called to help deliver a baby on a flight across Africa.
Adam Sawatsky has the story of a B.C. coin collector who received a priceless surprise after losing her toonies collection.
A Michigan judge is garnering criticism online after shaming a 72-year-old cancer patient for not taking care of his overgrown lawn.
Political pioneer Alexa McDonough died at the age of 77 after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
While excavating, construction crews discovered a little slice of Calgary's past: glass bottles and other items from a site just northeast of the Stampede grounds.
Adanech Sahilie was shocked when her six-year-old son knocked on the family's front door Wednesday morning.
In 1999, Toronto was buried in snow after a series of storms, forcing the mayor to call in the army.
CTV News chief anchor Lisa LaFlamme is not happy that her name and likeness have been used to promote CBD products. The ads are fake, but so-called celebrity endorsements can fool consumers.
Like all epic stories, this one starts quite simply, beginning with the delivery of a blender in a box.
A study conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom suggests medical masks boost a person's facial attractiveness, highlighting a possible link between face coverings and perceptions of being responsible or caring during the global public health crisis.
It's been more than two decades since a series of winter storms buried Toronto under a metre of snow, forcing then-mayor Mel Lastman to call on the military to help the city dig out.
Here's veteran Sudbury musician Victor Dupuis performing a cover of a country song by Rodney Crowell, 'I Couldn't Leave You If I Tried.'
With Kelly Size on vocals and husband Guss Asselin on guitar, here's a cover of Foreigner's classic song, 'I Want to Know What Love Is.'
Our pals Sean and Christine from Matheson, who call their group A Beautiful Crash, cover Byng Crosby's classic, White Christmas.
An Ontario driver says he has been on the hook for car rental fees after he took his SUV in for repairs in November and was told parts wouldn't be available until February due to supply chain issues.
To protect your privacy and limit spam, there are now websites that generate temporary or fake e-mails that can be used once and then discarded.
Because of the pandemic there has been a shortage of vehicles for sale and if you are searching for a used car, truck, or SUV be careful you don’t get one with a rolled back odometer.
After an enormous undersea volcano erupted off the coast of Tonga on Saturday, photos and videos taken across the Pacific have captured the aftermath of the eruption, as well as the tsunami that followed.
The remains of four people have been found at the site of a large explosion and fire in Ottawa, but the area remains too dangerous to recover them at this time.
As provinces rely more heavily on rapid antigen tests as part of their strategy to curb the spread of COVID-19, there have been concerns over the possibility of false positive results. A University of Toronto study has produced new data shedding light on the likelihood of such events.
Parents and teachers in four provinces are preparing for students to return to the classroom on Monday as the Omicron variant-fuelled wave of COVID-19 continues to spread.
Authorities on Sunday identified a 44-year-old British national as the man who took four people hostage at a Texas synagogue for 10 hours before an FBI SWAT team stormed the building, ending a tense standoff.
The Canadian government is urging its citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Ukraine, in a new advisory citing 'Russian aggression.'
An Ontario cancer patient has had life-saving chemo treatment put on hold as a result of COVID-19 patient priority.
Parliamentary assistant to Quebec's premier Christopher Skeete discusses whether Quebec’s unvaccinated tax is constitutional.
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Dominic Leblanc discusses whether the new vaccine mandate for truckers will cause supply chain delays.
Turtles were saved by veterinarians in Argentina, who extracted plastic from their digestive tracts before releasing them back into sea.
A series of freight train robberies are taking place in the western U.S. as thieves look for valuable packages. Tom Walters reports.