Health officials with two northern Ontario agencies say they are monitoring incidents of two heart inflammation conditions being reported in a small number of people following COVID-19 vaccinations in the province.
A youth in Temiskaming Shores is facing charges after Ontario Provincial Police responded to a call June 18 about someone making threats.
Heartbreaking discoveries of unmarked burials around the country and a health crisis in Ontario's far north have feelings of sorrow running high for the Grand Chief of the Mushkegowuk Council.
Two people have died from causes related to COVID-19, the Porcupine Health Unit announced Monday.
The City of Timmins can hear the wild blue yonder calling its name now that the re-paving of its runways and taxiways is complete.
A man in Cochrane, Ont. chartered a helicopter to airlift his dog to Espanola for surgery following an encounter with a moose.
Going away to university in a new city is a rite of passage for many students. But some university officials say times are changing and they must do the same.
It's not necessarily a joyous time for businesses in Timmins — which is precisely why the Timmins Chamber felt it important to hold its 19th annual Nova Awards.
COVID-19 case numbers have dropped somewhat in the past few days in the James Bay and Hudson Bay coast communities in Ontario's far north, but there are still more than 220 cases, about half of them in Kashechewan.
People in Timmins' South Porcupine neighbourhood are one step closer to getting a new child care facility.
A Timmins woman faces impaired driving and several other charges after a member of the public reported a passed out driver Thursday who was parked on Lakeshore Drive.
The Porcupine Health Unit reported 21 new COVID-19 cases among residents in the health unit area Friday.
The owner of a northern Ontario garden centre says it’s not too late to plant some grass in your yard.
It's not something people at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal usually sees, a moose swimming in the water in the locks that bypass the rapids on the St. Marys River.
Ontario has reported fewer than 300 new COVID-19 cases for the third day in a row as the province reaches a new vaccination milestone.
After going unclaimed for weeks, the $70 million Lotto Max jackpot has finally been won.
The Russian military said one of its warships in the Black Sea fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs Wednesday to force a British destroyer away from an area near Crimea that Moscow claims as its territorial waters, but Britain denied that account and insisted its ship wasn't fired upon.
An Ontario family who purchased their dream home said their experience has become a nightmare because of what they learned after waiving a home inspection.
Health Canada has announced the recall of more hand sanitizers, adding 18 more products to their list because of issues such as containing ingredients not allowed by the agency or not being authorized for sale in Canada.
If you like the experience of camping, but also enjoy the comforts of a hotel, perhaps a staycation is in order at the Glen Oro Farm.
As COVID-19 case counts dwindle, experts warn that COVID-19 will linger even after the majority of adults are fully immunized—but outbreaks could be far less devastating.
A Saskatoon man has captured a video of a beaver standing underneath a Canadian flag near the Meewasin Trail.
Hundreds of humpback whales now travel to the waters of B.C., decades after the marine mammal was nearly hunted to extinction.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Merella Fernandez has the story of how the discovery of 215 unmarked graves in B.C. inspired one Ontario artist's creations.
Canada's only interprovincial zipline will open soon. CTV's Tyler Fleming takes a trip over the Ottawa River.
Adam finds out the meaningful connection between an almost 100-year-old skydiver and the less than one-year-old girl watching him from the ground.
Experts are warning people to be careful as online rental scams are increasing.
The border between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick remains blocked in both directions on Wednesday morning, as residents on both sides of the border continue to protest Nova Scotia's restrictions on travellers from New Brunswick.
University of Saskatchewan’s COVAC-2 appears to be safe and yields a protective antibody response according to preliminary phase one trial results.
Ontario has met the vaccination thresholds required to enter the third and final step of the economic reopening weeks ahead of schedule.
In a speech to his caucus on the last sitting day of the House of Commons on Wednesday, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole spoke about his opposition to the push to 'cancel' Canada Day over of the discovery of unmarked graves of Indigenous children at former residential schools.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller discusses a COVID-19 outbreak at an Ontario First Nation that is primarily infecting children.
Dr. Sharkawy on vax for kids: 'Safe in adults means they're also safe in children'
An Ontario family who purchased their dream home said their experience has become a complete nightmare.