CTV News reporter Ben Miljure struggled to maintain his composure during a recent report on the Kamloops residential school tragedy. The incident inspired him to reveal a side of himself he has never shared publicly.
Having Fredericton MP Jenica Atwin quit the Greens over Middle East political differences helped change the channel on a bad news day for the Liberal government, Don Martin writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
The owner of a Quadra Island vineyard now knows what it’s like to have "15 minutes of fame" after getting international media attention for his recent encounter with a grizzly bear, during which he was wearing next to nothing.
As Ontario inches toward its economic reopening and employers prepare to recall their workers, labour lawyers are warning that in some cases employees may need to be vaccinated to hold onto their jobs.
A Sault Ste. Marie woman is raising money for residential school survivors through her art. Her sketch of the shoe memorial on front steps of Algoma University continues to bring in donations - even though she had no intention of selling this particular piece.
Ottawa's controversial legal challenge of a pair of rulings involving First Nations children torn from their families by a chronically underfunded childcare system heads to Federal Court Monday, despite repeated calls for the cases to be dropped in the name of reconciliation.
The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is determining 'next steps' after being made aware that senior military leaders, including one who can issue orders regarding military police investigations, went golfing with former defence chief Gen. Jonathan Vance, who is currently under military police investigation for alleged sexual misconduct.
Floor-crosser Jenica Atwin says that the Liberal Party reached out to her about joining their caucus in May, and that she gave Green Party Leader Annamie Paul an 'ultimatum' before she made the decision to switch teams.
After nearly 20 years the owners of Meadowview Alpaca Farm in Bruce Mines have decided it’s time to say goodbye. They have put the farm up for sale, and they’re hoping whoever purchases their business will take it to the next level.
There was a peaceful gathering at the corner of Lasalle and Notre Dame Avenue in Sudbury early Saturday. Many motorists honked for those attending a pop-up rally in support of the Steelworkers 6500 while they are on strike.
The building and construction season has arrived in the Sault with a bang. Sault Ste. Marie says it has issued 500 building permits so far this year, far more than the 367 it issued at the same time in 2020.