A third person in its coverage area has died of COVID-19, the Timiskaming Health Unit announced Friday.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says his government is finalizing its plans to exit the final stage of its reopening plan in order to 'cautiously lift more public health measures' currently in place.
The Porcupine Health Unit is advising the public of a high-risk public exposure to COVID-19 related to a recent flight.
A 38-year-old North Bay man is facing several drug-related charges after police seized more than $384,000 in illegal drugs during a combined operation Thursday.
The climatological phenomenon known as La Nina has returned, and that means many Canadians can expect a cold and stormy winter, according to AccuWeather's latest winter forecast.
The United States will resume welcoming fully vaccinated Canadian and Mexican visitors back across its land borders Nov. 8, the White House said Friday as the details of a gradual easing of North American COVID-19 travel restrictions slowly continued to come into focus.
The Ontario government has launched its COVID-19 vaccine verification app and QR code system.
Ontario health officials are reporting 496 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and two more deaths linked to the disease.
Former President Bill Clinton was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center's intensive care unit for a urinary tract infection that spread to his bloodstream, his doctors told CNN on Thursday.
A long-serving member of Parliament was stabbed to death Friday during a meeting with constituents at a church in England, an attack that united Britain's fractious politicians in shock and sorrow. A 25-year-old man was arrested at the scene.
Const. Chris Gauthier of the Timmins Police Service said he's noticing an upward trend in the number of suspended drivers on local roadways.
Two dozen dogs were recently rescued from what the Winnipeg Humane Society calls a 'squalor-filled house.'
For Sudbury's Karen Haslam, going to the doctor is often a last resort. But with virtual medicine being used by doctors during the pandemic, she says she needs to see a doctor in person.
On Thursday, a group of Sudbury physicians made a generous donation to the Inner Home of Sudbury.
A 24-year-old from Huntsville was charged after causing a scene with a large knife in front of a local store, police say.
The Ontario government has announced $1.5 million in cash and proceeds seized from criminals will be spent across the province to help local partners fight back against crime.
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath was at Laurentian University on Wednesday.
A long-time letter carrier in North Bay is hanging up his mailbag.
Restaurants in North Bay want more than just government making decisions that affect their business.
OPP with the Almaguin Highlands detachment are investigating a fatal collision in Laurier Township.
Northern communities are already starting to plan their Santa Claus parades, but not all will return in their traditional formats.
COVID-19 vaccination policies at the City of Sault Ste. Marie and Sault Area Hospital appear to be working, with both organizations seeing high compliance among staff.
The area where the City of Sault Ste. Marie now sits was once known as Bawating, and a local Indigenous leader would like to see the city to go back to its original name.
After a record-long closure due to concerns about COVID-19, the United States will be reopening its land border to non-essential travel for Canadians next month.
An early morning fire at a medical office building in Sault Ste. Marie has caused 'considerable damage,' officials say.
Under recommendations from the province to give high-risk people a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the St. Mary's Gardens Home for the Aged in Timmins jumped at the opportunity to offer a booster shot to its residents.
Hundreds of people have been evacuated from La Palma and now new video shows the extent of the lava flow from the island's volcano.
The founder of a Toronto recruitment firm says she saw productivity and revenue increases after they switched to a four-day work week.
The house can do a full rotation in 22 seconds.
Judge Brad Goreski discusses the next crop of queens vying for the $100,000 dollar prize on the second season of 'Canada's Drag Race.'
Pembroke's Delores and Neil Videto get married again after 70 years, and it feels just like yesterday.
Rescue crews were able to free a dog that got stuck in a storm drain in a park in Boston.
Colorado wildlife officers successfully removed a tire that was stuck around the neck of a bull elk for at least two years.
While the announcement by the United States to open land borders is welcome news for most, travel expert Elliott Silverstein cautions that there are still many unanswered questions.
New visualizations show how popular sites across the world, including Canada's H.R. MacMillan Space Centre and B.C.'s Fisherman's Wharf Park, could be lost to rising sea levels if carbon emissions continue at their current rate.
McGill University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences professor Eric Galbraith led a study that found that overfishing has altered the ocean's chemistry and may play a part in climate change.
Netflix is defending Dave Chappelle's new comedy special after it has been criticized as transphobic by some LGBTQ2S+ advocates, artists and employees.
Democratic U.S. President Joe Biden has agreed to a request from Congress seeking sensitive information on the actions of his predecessor Donald Trump and his aides during the Jan. 6 insurrection, though the former president claims the information is guarded by executive privilege.
The talented Sudbury duo Chicks with Picks -- Nancy and Melanie – perform their version of the classic song, 'Runaround sue.'
Sudbury's JoPo performs the classic Canadian song 'Lost Together' by Blue Rodeo with the help of her friends Zach and Josh at camp.
The Mud Dogs, from New Liskeard, cover 'Lookin Out My Backdoor' by Creedence Clearwater Revival
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.
Starting Nov. 8, the United States will be opening its land and sea border to non-essential fully vaccinated Canadian travellers for the first time since March 2020. Here's what we know so far.
Canadians will be electing more MPs across the country as soon as 2024, as the House of Commons seat count is going to be increasing from 338 to 342. While most provinces' seat counts remain unchanged, Alberta will be gaining the most new ridings, while Quebec will be losing one.
A two-year-old’s death in central Alberta has been ruled a homicide.
Forty-seven employees at Ottawa's Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario have been placed on unpaid leave for failing to comply with its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.
An American man has been sentenced to 33 years in prison for his role in an international fentanyl trafficking ring that was operating out of a Canadian prison.
William Shatner said said Prince William has 'got the wrong idea' by saying that solving problems on Earth should be prioritized over tourist trips to space.
In 2002, the owners of the mill in Dryden, Ont. started a project to reduce emissions, but workers on the construction project complain that they were exposed to toxic chemicals that damaged their health. CTV's W5 spoke with some of the workers about what they went through.
Law enforcement officials in the U.K. gave an update on the investigation after Conservative MP David Amess was stabbed to death.
The Queen was overhead talking about the need for more than words on climate action, going as far as calling it 'irritating'.