This week in Sudbury, there was an outbreak of COVID-19 in Memorial Park, where there is a growing encampment of homeless people.
The calls continue from restaurants and other small businesses to loosen some of the province's COVID-19 restrictions. Jaime McKee reports.
The U.S. says it will be reopening its land and sea borders to fully vaccinated Canadians and Mexicans early next month.
Nastassia McNair with Public Health Sudbury & Districts joins Brendan Connor to talk about the recent rise of COVID-19 cases in the city
With many companies making remote work a permanent aspect of certain jobs, experts say employers cannot reduce a current employee's salary without consent and face legal risks if they do.
Many of the federal government's key pandemic supports are set to expire in a few weeks, prompting some business leaders to advocate for an extension.
Legal experts say Canada is facing a potential wave of terminations tied to mandatory workplace vaccine policies as a growing number of employers require workers to be fully inoculated against COVID-19 or risk losing their jobs.
The employment insurance system is set for another round of pandemic-related changes that come into force.
Canadians with the lowest credit ratings repaid the most credit card debt in the first year of the pandemic as part of a wave of non-mortgage debt repayments, Statistics Canada said Monday.
Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli announced Friday the Ontario government is providing $1,251,592 through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation for seven local groups in the area.
Sault Ste. Marie's unemployment rate in September increased to 9.3 per cent from 8.1.
A 31-year-old resident of Moose Factory First Nation has been charged with first-degree murder, Ontario Provincial Police said Friday.
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.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the government will continue to require travellers to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon entry into the country so long as the Public Health Agency of Canada advocates for it.
The U.S. says it will allow Canadians into the country who have received a mixed COVID-19 vaccine schedule, when the U.S. opens its borders to fully vaccinated travellers on Nov. 8.
The City of Iqaluit says testing shows a high concentration of fuel in a tank that supplies water to the Nunavut capital.
Leaders from across the political spectrum came together Saturday to pay tribute to a long-serving British lawmaker who was stabbed to death in what police have described as a terrorist incident.
Military police say they are investigating 'historic' allegations of sexual misconduct involving yet another senior commander, this time the officer responsible for human resources in the Canadian Armed Forces.
CTV’s Allison Hurst has the details on one photographer’s journey to capture some unique shots from the Canadian wild.
The Queen was overhead talking about the need for more than words on climate action, going as far as calling it 'irritating'.
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.