There was a peaceful gathering at the corner of Lasalle and Notre Dame Avenue in Sudbury early Saturday. Many motorists honked for those attending a pop-up rally in support of the Steelworkers 6500 while they are on strike.
Sudbury police say a K9 unit was deployed to locate two suspects believe to be involved in an assault early Saturday morning.
June is Seniors Month and Home Instead -- a company that provides caregivers for people in Sudbury and the north -- is helping Nipissing Serenity Hospice with a fundraising campaign.
As Ontario enters the first part of the three-stage reopening plan, Greater Sudbury is outlining exactly what that means for residents in the city.
A North Bay police officer is being recognized by the Police Association of Ontario (PAO) for his charitable work helping the city's most vulnerable people.
Golf is one of the few sports people in Ontario can play under the provincial government's COVID-19 restrictions, and soaring membership at northern courses show how many people are taking advantage.
A young offender has been charged in connection with a standoff Thursday afternoon on Ski Club Road in North Bay.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit is calling for safety to be top of mind as the province begins to reopen Friday.
Few details are available, but the North Bay Police Service is dealing with an incident Thursday afternoon on Ski Club Road.
After nearly 20 years the owners of Meadowview Alpaca Farm in Bruce Mines have decided it’s time to say goodbye. They have put the farm up for sale, and they’re hoping whoever purchases their business will take it to the next level.
The building and construction season has arrived in the Sault with a bang. Sault Ste. Marie says it has issued 500 building permits so far this year, far more than the 367 it issued at the same time in 2020.
The Ontario government has announced plans to complete paving and other work along a 20-kilometre stretch of Highway 17B in Garden River First Nation.
With the aim of growing the computer science talent pool in northeastern Ontario, Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie and Northern College in Timmins are offering a new dual credential program.
As the province prepares to reopen, the Canada-U.S. border is still closed, but after consultations with border city mayors, including the mayor of Sault Ste. Marie, Ottawa is looking at re-opening of land crossings.
For the past couple of years, Michael Thoerner of Timmins has been on a path to learn new ways of improving his health and general well-being.
Mayors of towns along the Highway 11 corridor in the Porcupine region agree that lockdowns are the right move for COVID hot spot areas.
A humanitarian crisis is quickly overwhelming the remote community of Kashechewan, a northern Ontario First Nation on the coast of James Bay.
With the high COVID-19 caseload in the Timmins area -- more than 50 new cases were announced Thursday -- the medical officer of health for the Porcupine Health Unit is extending the current pandemic lockdown until June 24.
A 36-year-old man from Timmins is facing impaired driving and other charges after a pickup truck and a motorcycle collided Wednesday evening.
Health Canada says it 'will not be releasing' the more than 300,000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses that arrived in the country in April due to a possible quality control issue.
Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was taken to a hospital Saturday after collapsing on the field during a match at the European Championship, leading to the game being suspended for more than 90 minutes.
The burial site of at least 35 Indigenous children who attended the Regina Indian Industrial School has become a gathering place and memorial following the discovery of remains at a residential school in Kamloops, B.C.
Hundreds gathered in London, Ont. on Saturday at the public funeral for four members of a Pakistani-Canadian family who were killed in an attack that police have called a hate crime. The public was invited to join in celebrating the lives of Talat Afzaal, 74, her son Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha Salman, 44, and their 15-year-old daughter Yumnah Salman.
As the procession left O'Neil Funeral Home Saturday afternoon, Londoners were there, wearing purple ribbons, and putting their hands over their hearts
Const. Shelby Patton of the Indian Head RCMP detachment was killed while on-duty on Saturday morning, according to Saskatchewan RCMP.
Ontarians who received their first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be able to get their second dose after eight weeks with informed consent.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and United States President Joe Biden talked about the border between their two countries today while both are in England for an international leaders' summit.
Thousands gather in London, Ont. to say a final farewell to the family killed in an alleged hate-motivated attack.
Under pressure from the fast spreading Delta variant, Ontario has accelerated second doses of the AZ vaccine.
Todd Battis reports as the Theodore Tugboat replica that became a staple of the Halifax Harbour sets sail for its new home.
A man diving for lobsters in Cape Cod, says he was swallowed by a humpback whale, which eventually spit him out.
CTV News' Royal Commentator Richard Berthelsen explains the significance of the traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony.
A supply truck driver got the shock of a lifetime when an elephant attacked his vehicle. The man was rescued safety.
Health experts are warning people to stay away from TikTok trend called 'dry scooping' that's left some participants in the hospital.
A flamboyant dollhouse-like home, complete with a ferris wheel and miniature train is up for sale in White Rock.
The world's soccer fans finally got something to cheer about as the long-delayed 2020 Euro Cup finally kicked off. Todd Battis reports.