Judging by last month, September is the new August in northern Ontario.
After filming in Toronto earlier this year, a Sudbury senior is getting her big TV debut in a trivia gameshow with a $25,000 prize.
Tragedy has struck another northern Ontario family, as a 14-year-old boy from Wahnapitae First Nation was killed in an ATV rollover marking the 10th death in the region involving an off-road vehicle since July.
A 35-year-old northern Ontario driver is charged with impaired driving after allegedly evading Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba, throwing beer cans out the window and assaulting his passenger before crashing vehicle into a ditch.
The school of aviation at Canadore College is flying high celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
A patchwork of people from various places and cultures have come together for a sewing retreat event in Timmins, Ont. making quilts for residential school survivors.
A musical collaboration between awarding winning First Nations, Metis and Inuit artists and six-time Canadian Folk Music Awards winners the Sultans of String will be touring northern Ont. this month.
Cochrane, Ont. Mayor Peter Politis has released some details of the agreement the municipality reached with CUPE Local 71, in a statement Sunday.
Highway 144 is fully reopened Sunday morning after a two-vehicle crash Saturday evening in the Greater Sudbury community of Dowling, police say.
The Timmins Native Friendship Centre held its 9th Orange Shirt Day march through the city's downtown core Satuday.
The Town of Cochrane is looking to grow its community and build the services required to welcome new families.
Ontario Northland pulled into Timmins on Friday to get feedback from future passengers.
A worker who was found unconscious Friday at the Cote Gold Mine site in Gogama has died, officials said Friday.
With Season 2 of the Crave TV comedy series Shoresy to drop Sept. 29, CTV News sat down with one of the show's stars, an up-and-coming Indigenous actor from a First Nation reserve in western Saskatchewan.
In honour of Truth and Reconciliation, bronze statues depicting a shawl and grass dancers have been installed at each of Northern College's four campuses in northern Ontario
A 45-year-old Greater Sudbury woman was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 144 in the Dowling area on Saturday, police said.
The Ontario Medical Association is highlighting northern Ontario's medical university in a new campaign.
Officials in Greater Sudbury are looking for ways to deal with a small number of chronic complainers that are taking up a large amount of city staff time.
Sudbury police are looking for 20-year-old Brandon Leclair-Davey, who is wanted in a vicious beating and robbery downtown Sunday night.
A crash on Highway 17 late Tuesday morning closed the road in both directions at the Highway 552 intersection in Goulais River, north of Sault Ste. Marie, the Ministry of Transportation says.
Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP Carol Hughes is congratulating Greg Fergus, who was elected speaker of the House of Commons on Tuesday.
Liberal MP Greg Fergus is Canada's new House of Commons Speaker, following a secret ranked ballot election on Tuesday. It is a day for the political history books as Fergus, once a parliamentary page, becomes the first Black Canadian to hold the prestigious role.
The boards of Health Sciences North and the Health Sciences North Research Institute announced the appointment of a new president and CEO for both institutions and a new chief of staff for the hospital on Tuesday.
LIVE as it happens: An aerial view of a celery spill that has shut down Ontario. Highway 400 near Barrie.
U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy was voted out of the job Tuesday in an extraordinary showdown, a first in U.S. history that was forced by a contingent of hard-right conservatives and threw the House and its Republican leadership into chaos.
Canadian National Railway Co. is experiencing a network-wide system failure that is affecting Via, GO and other trains in Ontario.
The couple and dog mauled and killed by a grizzly bear in the backcountry of Banff National Park late last week did everything right, Parks Canada says.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is defending the caption on photos he posted to social media on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation after Liberal cabinet minister Marc Miller accused him of misidentifying Inuit people as Algonquin.
A bus carrying foreign tourists including Ukrainians crashed near the Italian city of Venice when it fell from an elevated street Tuesday, killing at least 21 people and injuring 18 others, authorities said.
The House of Commons will vote for its next speaker after the resignation of Anthony Rota. Judy Trinh reports.