There's new data out that suggests the number of women around the world who actively want to quit their jobs is at an all-time high.
Greater Sudbury Police were justified in using tear gas and firing a non-lethal weapon during an arrest March 31, according to the provincial body that investigates police.
Sassy is a 12-year-old domestic longhair cat looking for her forever home after spending about three weeks at the Sudbury SPCA.
Sudbury police said Kathleen Street has been reopened in both directions between Notre Dame Avenue and Melvin Street following a crash Tuesday morning.
An emergency food bank is reaching out to Greater Sudbury residents to help them help people in need.
After a two-year hiatus, Kagawong History Day returns Aug. 11 focusing on Canada’s Empress of Ireland shipwreck.
One of Laurentian University's biggest unions is considering taking some members of the university's administration to court.
A southern Ontario man was killed early Monday morning in a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer on Highway 69 near Parry Sound.
While crime rates overall dipped in 2021, violent crime increased last year, Greater Sudbury Police said Monday.
A Hamilton resident involved in a collision July 31 was driving a stolen vehicle, Manitoulin Ontario Provincial Police said Monday.
Sudbury police say officers are holding the scene of a possible arson at a downtown area home while they wait for the Ontario Fire Marshal's office to arrive.
A 25-year-old Toronto man has been arrested and brought to northern Ontario following a phoney bomb threat at the Sudbury courthouse Friday, police say.
A team of cyclists making their way across Canada to raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease made a stop in Sault Ste. Marie this week.
The Hollinger Golf Club in Timmins is celebrating its 100th anniversary. It was on Aug. 9, 1922, when the club took over the nine-hole course from the Hollinger Mine, who built it in 1919 as a way to attract people to the city.
The Timmins Construction Association is alerting the Ontario government about a chronic problem that is causing major construction delays.
An 84-year-old Timmins man is facing a list of firearms-related charges following an incident at an undeveloped lot involved in an ongoing dispute with city bylaw officials, police said.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says through his throne speech that more can be done to ease health system pressures, but is not yet offering up any new solutions.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit says it has received a small number of monkeypox vaccine doses.
A local golfer pulled off the shot of a lifetime when he hit the perfect shot to win a new truck.
An animal shelter in Surrey, B.C., celebrated a bittersweet moment, and is hoping to find a 'socially awkward' dog a permanent home.
A Saskatoon mother made an apparent 'checklist' while planning to vanish with her son, according to court documents
The suspect at the centre of a Saskatchewan Amber Alert has a history of sexual offences, RCMP confirmed during a press conference Tuesday.
The man who claims to be one of the people seen 'surfing' on the roof of a moving subway train in Toronto is speaking exclusively to CTV News about his stunts and the looming threat of a police arrest.
The FBI's unprecedented search of former president Donald Trump's Florida residence ricocheted around government, politics and a polarized country Tuesday along with questions as to why the Justice Department – notably cautious under Attorney General Merrick Garland – decided to take such a drastic step.
Ont. Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy was pressed on the provincial government's spending on health care amid ongoing stress in the system.