Inspection crews will be spending the next couple of weeks conducting a maintenance check on the bottom of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal.
The 75th annual CTV Lions Children’s Christmas Telethon continued its northern tradition Saturday.
Organizers of an Esports tournament at St. Mary's College in Sault Ste. Marie are hoping it will show students how they might go about turning their gaming interest into a career.
The chief of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is assuring the public that a thorough investigation is ongoing into the Oct. 23 mass shooting in the city.
A southern Ontario man has been fined $7,000 for violations during an October 2022 hunt in northwestern Ontario.
Once again, the annual Sudbury tradition of the CTV Lions Children's Christmas Telethon returns Saturday, Dec. 2 and is marking a major milestone with its 75th anniversary this year.
Thursday was the final day of work for employees on the pulp side of Domtar’s pulp and paper mill in Espanola.
Algoma Public Health said Thursday it has noticed an increasing trend of COVID-19 cases in the region and a rise in wastewater surveillance.
A 33-year-old suspect has been charged with stealing mail, among other offences, following a report of a theft on Albert Street in Espanola.
Bobbie Halleart, the man who shot and killed his three children and a 41-year-old woman Oct. 23 in the Sault, was found with a .38 calibre revolver and a rifle, police said Thursday.
This week, the owner of a multi-residential building in Sault Ste. Marie was fined $140,000 for multiple offences under Ontario’s Fire Code.
A 29-year-old woman is the second to be charged with being an accessory after the fact in a homicide case on Sagamok First Nation, west of Sudbury, from September, provincial police say.
Sault College is expanding its athletics program. The college is now affiliated with the Canadian Junior Football League and will play its first season in the summer of 2025.
A living legend returned to Garden River First Nation this week - Ted Nolan.
A suspect who was wanted for an assault incident that took place in August was arrested and charged this week.
The Shopping Trends team is independent of the journalists at CTV News. We may earn a commission when you use our links to shop. Read about us.
Long-time business in downtown Sudbury sells its final baked goods to loyal customers before closing its doors for good.
Winter is coming, but what will that look like in Ontario? Well, El Niño could bring on a milder season than usual this year.
Sudbury’s Northern Initiative for Social Action or NISA has supplied more than 50 homemade quilts to be distributed to the homeless population in Greater Sudbury.
Back in July the annual Shane McLeod Memorial Golf Tournament was held in support of the Nipissing Association for Disabled Youth or N.A.D.Y. for short. This weekend a cheque was presented for the money raised.
Walmart Canada says it will invest nearly $1 billion this fiscal year on a slew of projects meant to modernize the retail giant's Canadian footprint.
Canada is set to reimpose the cap on the number of hours that international students can work off campus. But with heightened cost-of-living concerns in Canada, many international students say they're not sure how they'll be able to afford their tuition and living expenses if they can't work full-time.
Vale said this week that the construction of a high-voltage power line will briefly close MR 55 in Sudbury next week.
Greater Sudbury has launched an employment land community improvement plan (CIP) as a way to stimulate growth and attract new development on industrial lands.
Sandie Rinaldo sits down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to talk about how he said he would 'never' become a politician back in 1995.
Global Affairs is reporting the death of another Canadian due to the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. This is the ninth casualty connected to Canada.
Families that need help conceiving a child are met with financial burdens that should be covered through government health care and insurance, advocates say.
The Earth is flat. We have been secretly contacted by intelligent beings from other planets. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin did not land on the moon in 1969. They may sound like bizarre statements, but a new poll suggests a sizable number of Canadians believe in these and other conspiracy theories.
Quebec entrepreneur Daniel Langlois and his spouse Dominique Marchand have died in their adopted home of Dominica, in the Caribbean, a source has confirmed.
Myles Goodwyn, the award-winning Canadian singer and songwriter who shot to stardom as the former lead singer of April Wine, has died at age 75.
Israeli strikes kill hundreds of Palestinians in Gaza, many of whom can’t escape bombardment; COP28 president under fire for comments.