While it still is among the highest per capita infection rates in Ontario, the Timiskaming Health Unit is starting to see cases trend down.
Already busy with COVID-19 vaccinations, the health unit in Sudbury is asking local doctor to deliver more routine vaccines this year.
Canada's tight labour market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
Extending both the sickness and caregiving benefits into next spring – as proposed in Bill C-2 – will cost the government approximately $873 million, the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) estimates.
CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid discusses the global market sell-off over fears of a new COVID-19 variant. Read her analysis on CTVNews.ca.
Some Canadians who received a pandemic jobless benefit are set to receive notices that they have to repay some of the aid they received last year.
The Liberal government introduced a new pandemic aid bill Wednesday afternoon that would maintain some financial supports for businesses and workers until at least the spring of 2022.
Rising cases mean additional COVID-19 protections are required across Greater Sudbury and the districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury
The War Pensioners of Canada celebrated its 99th anniversary in Sudbury Wednesday by having a luncheon.
The North Bay Police Service has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination policy requiring all 160 sworn and civilian members to declare their COVID-19 vaccination status.
After running at a deficit for the past several years, the Ukrainian Seniors’ Centre Board has officially listed its Barvinok Residence for sale.
Cory Gould said Wednesday was a very special day to him. Gould, 45, moved into to own apartment after being homeless for five months, even living in the Memorial Park encampment at one point.
A northern Ontario couple who took a three-day trip to the U.S. are now in isolation for two weeks.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts said Wednesday another person has died from COVID-19, and the area has another 50 cases, mostly in Greater Sudbury.
The wait is over for northern Ontario CTV News anchor Marina Moore as her baby boy arrives just before his due date.
With the COVID-19 pandemic newly invigorated by emergence of the Omicron variant, CTVNews.ca looks at mask-wearing requirements, and their exemptions, across Canada.
Speaking to CTV National News, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says the government is eager to fulfill its promise to bring 40,000 Afghan refugees to Canada, but notes it faces unique challenges in Afghanistan and other countries where refugees have fled.
Canada will proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, meaning government officials won't attend but athletes can continue to compete.
A woman is dead after the car she was driving plunged into a river and floated dangerously close to the brink of Niagara Falls.
Women under the age of 50 who had their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed during a hysterectomy for non-cancerous reasons have an increased risk of dying, but the risk associated with the procedure diminishes with age, according to a Canadian study published on Wednesday in The BMJ.
Canada says it could take up to two years to resettle Afghan refugees; plus, Ottawa will join a boycott of the Beijing Olympics
An Alberta woman’s frustration over a moose crossing sign has led to her redesign being accepted as a replacement. Bill Fortier reports.
Anyone looking to get their hands on the new Timbiebs merchandise from Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber should be prepared to pay top dollar.
An aspiring Nigerian neurosurgeon wants to revolutionize medical diagrams with his drawings of patients with Black and non-white skin tones.
Olympic decathlon champ Damien Warner wins the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's Athlete of the Year
A loud boom and bright flash seen on Dec. 7, 2021, may have been a meteor.
A Toronto family is heartbroken after their elaborate inflatable Christmas display was vandalized.
Hamid Hakimi and his partners at Elite Developments pledged $200,000 for Afghan refugees’ holiday shopping. Heather Butts reports.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.