Announced earlier this week, the Ford government is pushing the first legislation in Canada that would give employees the right to disconnect outside of work hours.
Smiles go a long way, but Tim Hortons franchise owners in the Sudbury area say smile cookies go even further.
A 35-year-old Hamilton resident has been charged in connection with a June collision that killed an 18-year-old pedestrian in Espanola, Ont.
Glassy Bay Outfitters, based in Elliot Lake, offers a unique northern Ontario fly-in fishing experience and was able to expand with help from the Community Futures program
Almost two years ago, Inner City Home had to close its New Sudbury food bank location due to COVID-19.
The Sudbury Catholic District School Board has more than 30 international students for the 2021/2022 school year thanks to host families in the area.
Ontario is moving ahead with its plan to fix the long-term care sector by hiring almost 200 new inspectors.
École Ste-Marie, a French-language school in Azilda, is closed until Nov. 12 because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
A legion president in Sudbury said Tuesday the city has now told her the Remembrance Day ceremony in Memorial Park will go ahead, but in a shared space with homeless people living there.
Despite the growing homeless encampment in Memorial Park in downtown Sudbury, two Royal Canadian Legion branches say an outdoor Remembrance Day ceremony will go ahead in the park.
Thirteen more school bus routes were cancelled in the Sudbury area Monday morning, with more expected by Tuesday.
A report headed to city council Tuesday urges councillors to extend a pilot project that added security officers downtown.
Three northern Ontario mayors – in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Mattawa -- have confirmed they aren't seeking re-election in 2022.
The provincial police K9 unit found a young girl in a forest 18 hours after she was reported missing Tuesday night in Tiny Township.
Ontario Provincial Police have charged two people with weapons offences following an incident Oct. 24 in a community near North Bay.
Highway 63 in North Bay was closed for most of Wednesday following a fatal motor vehicle collision, Ontario Provincial Police said.
A Sault Ste. Marie man charged with manslaughter in connection with a fatal rooming house fire in 2019 has been found not guilty in court.
A small aircraft experiencing engine trouble made an emergency landing on a Toronto-area highway. Heather Butts has the details.
Meet Bo Jenson, a ten-year-old power lifter from Nebraska, who pulled more two trucks weighing over 10,000 pounds.
Former Princess Mako of Japan has formally relinquished her royal title after marrying a commoner. CTV's Paul Workman explains.
This video from Russian Ministry of Defence shows an anti-terror group on board the container ship freeing the crew from their hiding spot.
Anyone planning an international trip should do their research on what is needed to safely travel to winter getaways.
Surveillance camera shows the moment a U.S. Marine veteran disarmed a man who was brandishing a handgun at a gas station in Arizona.
Vanessa Lee has the details behind Quebec's notable uptick in whales and other mammal sightings in the St. Lawrence this season.
A former Alberta government staffer is suing the premier’s office, alleging her contract was terminated after speaking out against a toxic workplace that included on-site intoxication and sexual harassment.
Kyle Beach, a former player in the Chicago Blackhawks farm system, has come forward as John Doe in the team’s sexual assault investigation.
The severity of a marine disaster off Vancouver Island is far worse than first reported, according to internal coast guard communications obtained by CTV News.
The inexpensive and well-known drug fluvoxamine can save the lives of COVID-19 patients and cut hospital admissions by up to 30 per cent, according to a new study.
While Pope Francis may visit Canada amid calls for him to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools, Indigenous leaders say his visit must be 'more than a gesture' in order to have an impact on reconciliation.
Pope Francis says he is willing to travel to Canada on a pilgrimage of reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples.