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 Opioid Emergency Response Task Force in Timmins wants the public to be aware of the potentially fatal illicit drug supply in the city.
A 21-year-old woman from Moosonee has been charged with arson – disregard for human life in connection with a fire on June 12, police said.
A 28-year-old man from Kirkland Lake was killed June 6 when he was hit by a vehicle on Highway 11 in Temiskaming Shores.
The historic remnant of Timmins' mining history has been in need of repair, according to the city's parks and recreation manager, Gerry Paquette.
Kashechewan, a First Nation community of 1,800 people in Ontario's far north, is getting hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 58-year-old resident of Hearst is facing several drug-related charges after Ontario Provincial Police pulled them over during a traffic stop June 5 in the Town of Temagami.
A driver had to been airlifted to hospital using Ontario's emergency Ornge helicopter this week, Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police said, after a crash on Highway 65 West near Henwood Road 2, in the Township of Henwood.
The driver of a utility terrain vehicle was killed on Tuesday in a crash on Highway 11 between Smooth Rock Falls and Cochrane, provincial police say.
A collision near the Timmins Square mall has eastbound traffic blocked along Riverside Drive, the city's main artery.
A lifelong addiction to drugs sparked by a nightmarish childhood is ruining any chances of turning his life around, a Sudbury judge told Jeremy Trodd as he handed down a guilty verdict.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is replacing his minister of long-term care, promoting a minister into the job who resigned last year after violating pandemic travel guidelines.
Ontario Provincial Police are on the hunt for a suspect believed to be armed and dangerous wanted in connection with a stabbing in Wasaga Beach that left two 18-year-old men seriously injured.
An e-bike rider was injured Thursday evening while riding on the North Bay bypass at O'Brien Street.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintains that Canada will need to meet the COVID-19 vaccines target of 75 per cent of the total population with a first dose and 20 per cent with two doses before his government lifts border restrictions.
Ontario is experiencing an infestation of gypsy moth caterpillars, which feed on several types of trees and bushes, can trigger allergic reactions, and can be difficult to remove.
It's going to be a very happy Father's Day this weekend for a Yukon couple who flew to Vancouver for the birth of their new baby boy.
A small celebration was held in a Montreal care home for Cecile Klein's 114th birthday, the oldest living Canadian.
An 80-year-old man has developed a strong friendship with an unlikely companion.
A missing hiker was found alive after being charged by multiple bears deep in the Alaskan wilderness.
A 1,098 carat diamond believed to be the third largest gem-quality stone ever to be mined, has been discovered in Botswana.
Having immunized 70 per cent of its eligible population with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Alberta will lift public health restrictions in two weeks, Premier Jason Kenney announced Friday.
A video, showing a Montreal police (SPVM) officer kneeling on a young Black man's neck, has sparked outrage and calls for an investigation by politicians.
By the end of July, Canada will have received 'over 68 million' doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday, resulting in more Canadians being able to receive their second doses earlier than expected.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau voiced his support for Harjit Sajjan on Friday after opposition parties banded together in the House of Commons to censure the embattled defence minister. He used part of his opening statement during his first COVID-19 update in a week to tout Sajjan's previous service as a police and military officer before accusing the Conservatives of slandering the minister.
CTV News infectious disease specialist Dr. Adbu Sharkawy discusses NACI's AstraZeneca guidelines and whether people should feel 'mislead.'