Following additional COVID-19 cases, health officials in Sudbury have dismissed all staff and students from a high school battling an outbreak.
Tony Ryma interviews North Bay Mayor Al McDonald about the current COVID-19 situation and upcoming lockdown decision live on CTV News at 5.
Officials at Health Sciences North say they're seeing more requests for testing given the recent uptick in COVID-19 outbreaks in the city.
In Sudbury on Friday and Saturday at Carmichael Arena indigenous people can get the COVID 19 vaccine.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government will extend the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy until June of this year as the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Canada Revenue Agency says some taxpayers who repaid COVID-19 related benefits in 2020 are getting incorrect tax slips.
March is fraud prevention month and on CTVNews.ca, financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid highlights the 5 most popular scams Canadians are falling victim to during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government announced it will extend the Canada Recovery Benefit eligibility period by an additional 12 weeks, as some recipients face a cut-off by end of March.
Canadians will soon be filing their 2020 taxes, an unprecedented tax year that experts say will have several moving parts to consider, such as loss of income and government financial aid.
Shkagamik-kwe Health Centre will offer 2,400 COVID-19 vaccines to Indigenous people aged 55 and older on Friday and Saturday.
In an effort to attract students from southern Ontario, six northern colleges are banding together to promote the north. Study North aims to offer southern students a northern educational alternative.
There was a peaceful rally Wednesday outside of an unsanctioned shelter for the homeless in Sudbury that has been ordered by the city to close due to fire safety concerns.
A day after the medical officer of health told reports Sudbury should be in the red zone, Public Health Sudbury & Districts reported 18 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, marking 62 new cases in the last three days.
Citing declining numbers, the province has announced it is closing 26 youth detention centres, including several in northeastern Ontario.
Few details are available, but an explosion levelled a dormitory Wednesday in the Municipality of McDougall, north of Parry Sound.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Kirkland Lake Gold, the Timiskaming Health Unit said Wednesday afternoon, after four positive cases were reported.
Greater Sudbury has its third cannabis retail outlet, after Happy Life on The Kingsway opened its doors last month.
Prince Philip has had a successful heart procedure at a London hospital and is expected to remain for several days of 'rest and recuperation,' Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
Canada's chief medical adviser says her department is constantly receiving and reviewing any data on vaccines and COVID-19 variants and will be ready to quickly authorize needed boosters when they're available.
The panel of medical experts advising the federal government on vaccination now says that the second dose of COVID-19 vaccines can be given up to four months after the first, if Canada wants to maximize the number of people being immunized.
It's been exactly one year since the Trudeau government finally got the message: Canada, we have a COVID-19 problem, Don Martin writes in his exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
Canada has now administered one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 4.04 per cent of the country's population.
The northern lights are suddenly appearing more active than they've been in over a decade, leading to some spectacular photos.
The Canadian housing market continues to surge amid the pandemic. CIBC Markets Senior Economist Royce Mendes weighs in.
Dolly Parton sings a new version of her hit 'Jolene' as she received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Montrealer Carlos Viani shares his 'confinement diaries' – images of how the COVID-19 pandemic is shaping the city.
A driver doing doughnuts in the middle of a street in Los Angeles hit a pedestrian, put her in the car, then fled from police.
A recently discovered bomb from World War II was disposed of during a controlled detonation on February 27 in Exeter, England.
Reports of residents in Toronto getting bitten and scratched by raccoons are up over 60 per cent.