The Royal Canadian Air Force will be conducting tactical flight training in the Sudbury area over the next week.
Sudbury health officials have declared COVID-19 outbreaks at two schools after more infections were confirmed following the detection of variants of concern. An outbreak was also declared at a Sudbury retirement home along with the announcement of another COVID-related death.
Ahead of expected cuts and potential layoffs at Sudbury's Laurentian University, one small program is advocating for its survival.
As Phase 1 of Ontario's vaccine program rolls out across northeastern Ontario, Public Health Sudbury & Districts has been busy preparing a mass vaccination site.
Jeff Shrigley, a funeral director at Lougheed Funeral Homes, says he was bullied from Grade 3-9. He’s sharing his story to help others.
A 29-year-old man has died following a fatal industrial crash Wednesday afternoon on Powerhouse Road near the Wabagishik Power Plant.
Motorists in Greater Sudbury travelling near Skead Road and Radar Road should expect delays, police said Wednesday afternoon.
Three people from Sudbury are facing numerous drug and weapons charges after Greater Sudbury Police raided a residence in the South End of the city Feb. 20.
Environment Canada has issued winter weather travel advisories for communities along the Highway 17 corridor on Wednesday with up to 15 cm of snow expected.
A Sudbury resident has been charged with stunt driving, among other offences, after police clocked a driver travelling at 150 km/hr in a 100 km/r zone on Highway 69 on Tuesday afternoon.
COVID-19 vaccine rollout is progressing slowly but effectively in the northeast, according to medical officers of health in the region.
Health officials have sent all students and staff at two New Sudbury schools home to isolate and seek COVID-19 testing after five positive infections involving variants of concern were confirmed.
Sudbury shop owners say they're pleased the 'stay-at-home order' has come to an end as they continue to try and survive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some say they've had to shift their business models to address customer needs while moving to an online format.
Ontario is recording more than 1,200 new COVID-19 infections, marking the fourth straight day of case counts increasing.
Ontario Provincial Police say charges are pending after a tanker full of milk rolled over on a northeastern Ontario highway Thursday night.
Health Canada has approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and a related shot by the Serum Institute of India for use around the country with the first doses expected to arrive soon.
Ontario's universities are facing a shortfall of about half a billion dollars this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, an advocacy group for the sector said Friday in seeking government relief.
Two Brampton parents have been charged after border officials allegedly found more than 100 kilograms of drugs hidden in their luggage and one of their children’s suitcases at Toronto Pearson airport earlier this month.
A New Brunswick teen's family says better access to mental health care could have saved their daughter who died by suicide after two unsuccessful visits to a Fredericton hospital.
Police have issued a warning about a dangerous offender in the Edmonton area who they say has removed his monitoring bracelet.
Queen Elizabeth II is encouraging people to be vaccinated against COVID-19, saying the shot is quick, harmless and will help protect others against the disease
Video shows a mother in Turkey dropping her children from a window of an apartment on fire. Everyone escaped with minor injuries
Etiquette expert Julie Blais Comeau shares valuable workday advice, from signing emails to accepting friend requests from colleagues.
There is a growing controversy surrounding palm oil in livestock feed that started over questions of 'hard' Canadian butter.
Celina Caesar-Chavannes explores her childhood and life as a Black politician in her new book, 'Can You Hear Me Now?'
A dog in Mass. left paralyzed in her two back legs after a vicious attack is looking for a forever home
An Arizona teen admitted to police that he faked his own kidnapping to get out of going to work.
She also posts dance-offs with her husband, and has since gained a large following
One of the world’s oldest, and most famous, captive elephants passed away at 72
CTVNews.ca posed reader questions to infectious disease experts to get answers on the many uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 vaccines and the rollout across Canada.
The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the United Arab Emirates, where he arranged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
As the number of coronavirus cases and deaths grows by the day, medical professionals lament that Canadians have become desensitized to the daily COVID-19 data.