Sault College is making vaccinations mandatory for staff and students within its residence and varsity athletics programming this school year.
Funeral home operators in Sudbury say they are extra busy with the eased restrictions in phase three.
With Canada allowing fully vaccinated Americans to return across the border beginning next month, tourism groups in Algoma are excited.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit is trying to reach out to those who are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
A new report from RBC Economics says it expects a renewed surge of retirements in the second half of this year as Canada works to get past the pandemic.
As the Canadian economy emerges from more than 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions and workers begin to return to the office, experts say a wave of employee resignations could trigger labour shortages in a variety of sectors.
Black restaurant owners say the pandemic has made things even tougher and predict that it could be months or even years before they recoup lost earnings, but they're bent on not letting the health crisis get the best of them.
Canadians have been saving more during the pandemic, with many enjoying some financial flexibility for the first time, writes Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid in her latest blog on CTVNews.ca. But we don't want to blow it now, especially with debt levels still stubbornly high.
The Canada Revenue Agency says thousands of self-employed workers who received emergency benefits last year won't have to repay any of it, as long as they meet certain conditions.
Officials with Victim Services of Nipissing District say women and girls are facing domestic violence every day with fewer support systems in place than prior to the pandemic.
It’s not often that a game show comes to the north, but teens around the region have been getting the chance to show off their pop culture knowledge.
Sudbury police are asking for help in identifying a suspect in an alleged assault investigation.
The identity of the body found in Lake Nipissing on July 17 has been identified by Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay.
A 10-year-old St. Thomas, Ont. boy hooked a mortar shell while magnet fishing with his grandfather in Lake Erie.
Drive-in theatres have been a thing of the past in northeastern Ontario, but Sudbury-based travelling company 'Horizon Drive-In' sees potential for the business to become an annual anticipated attraction in the region again.
As smoke from forest fires in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario continues to blanket the northern region, Environment Canada has issued another alert about poor air quality.
Highway 529 has reopened after being closed for more than 24 hours after Sunday morning's train derailment north of Parry Sound.
Mary Simon is now officially the Governor General of Canada, after being installed in a pared-down but historic and culturally-rich ceremony. A prominent Inuk leader and former ambassador, Simon is the 30th governor general Canada has had, and is the first Indigenous person to take on the role.
In the Inuit region of Nunavik in northern Quebec, the family and friends of Canada’s newest Governor General, Mary Simon, swell with pride as they reflect on how far she’s come.
Mary Simon conveyed a message of hope, inclusiveness, and resilience as she delivered her first speech after being sworn in as the country's 30th Governor General and the first Indigenous person to hold the position.
Swimmer Margaret Mac Neil has won Canada's first gold medal of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Quebec is offering an extra dose of mRNA vaccine to people who want to travel to countries that don't recognize their vaccination status.
10-year-old Brandon Bastien and his grandfather were shocked to find an old military mortar shell while magnet fishing in Lake Erie.
Watch the moment a large meteor streaked through the night sky above Norway in the early hours of July 25.
Since 1867, the governor general has represented the Crown in Canada, but what other tasks lay ahead for Mary Simon?
A Duncan, B.C. man spent 7 years transforming a 6,000-pound tree burl into a massive art piece.
Aylmer family told to tear down their home, even though plans were approved by City officials.