École Ste-Marie, a French-language school in Azilda, is closed until Nov. 12 because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Medical officer of health Dr. Penny Sutcliffe joins Brendan Connor to discuss the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Sudbury.
An elementary school in the Sault is moving back to online learning, as COVID-19 cases and absenteeism increases.
Timmins Chamber of Commerce hosted an information session to learn more about who should be called to enforce various COVID regulations.
As tourism resumes across much of the world, experts say purchasing travel insurance is necessary if Canadians want to stay safe and enjoy a trip abroad.
The federal government intends for the newly proposed lockdown benefit to apply only to individuals whose work is interrupted by a complete COVID-19 lockdown in their region. Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough said the details of the new Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit are still being ironed out, and will depend too on the public health restrictions imposed by provinces and territories.
With inflation soaring, some economists are predicting that interest rate increases won't be far behind. CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid looks at what that means for your finances in her latest column on CTVNews.ca.
The federal government has announced a suite of changes to the popular income and business support programs put in place during the pandemic and set to expire on Saturday. Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland reminded Canadians on Thursday that the measures were always intended to be 'temporary.'
A new survey suggests that the rising cost of living and the added burden of COVID-19 are forcing Canadians further into debt.
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.
Ontario's education minister says 50,000 people could lose their jobs if the province mandated COVID-19 vaccines for education workers
A northern Ontario woman recently won the top prize with a lottery scratch ticket game.
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.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has considerably shaken up his cabinet roster, naming new ministers to key portfolios including defence, health, foreign affairs, and environment, while adding in a handful of rookies as he forges ahead with a third mandate. Gender parity has been restored, there is new emphasis on regional development agencies. Overall there are 39 members of the new cabinet.
The boardroom drama engulfing Rogers Communications Inc. intensified Tuesday after Edward Rogers filed a petition to have his newly constituted board declared legitimate, and said his mother and sisters had previously supported his moves.
The U.S. moved a step closer to expanding COVID-19 vaccinations for millions more children as government advisers on Tuesday endorsed kid-size doses of Pfizer's shots for 5- to 11-year-olds.
A tiny majority of Albertans voted against the province adopting year-round daylight time in the referendum by Alberta’s United Conservative government.
National Defence Minster Anita Anand says she is committed to ensuring “justice is served” in the fight against sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces. Just hours into the job, Anand says she will be relentless in her pursuit to shift the culture within the military so those in uniform feel safe, while restoring Canadians' trust in the institution.
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses the latest cabinet shuffle, energy sector and COVID-19 recovery.
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.
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.
A Quebec father and daughter set a new Canadian record for growing an 910 kilogram pumpkin.