Dwane Casey exacts revenge as Pistons stun Raptors at buzzer
Reggie Bullock scored a buzzer-beater as the Detroit Pistons rallied from a 19-point deficit to defeat the Raptors 106-104 Wednesday night, making a winner o...
Regulations take effect for licensing, operation of priva...
The Ontario government passed new regulations aimed at protecting children and youth, keeping communities and roads safe, and combating the illegal cannabis ...
Private cannabis stores can sell pot from 9 a.m. to 11 p....
Under new regulations for private cannabis retailers announced by the provincial government Wednesday evening, you'll be able buy pot from 9 a.m. and 11 p.m....
Lisa MacLeod calls Patrick Brown allegations 'disgusting ...
Former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown claims in a new tell-all book that local MPP Lisa MacLeod was not a team player and worked to push him o...
Patrick Brown bio alleges Brian Mulroney bargained over d...
A new book purporting to tell the truth about the fall of Patrick Brown offers a rare glimpse into the machinations inside the Ontario Progressive Conservati...
Ontario NDP calls for investigation into sexual misconduc...
There has been swift reaction to former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown's new tell-all memoir, including a call for an investigation into an allegation of se...
Sudbury teen gets Texas golf scholarship
A Sudbury teen has earned a full scholarship to play golf at a Texas university. Matt Ingram reports.
'I was appalled': More than $7K stolen from passengers' b...
Two men have told CBC Toronto they've lost a combined total of $7,600 to a debit card scam run by local taxi drivers.
EACOM millwright shows path for young women interested in...
Caroline Hurtubise is back in her hometown of Timmins now working at the EACOM Timber sawmill, the largest and longest-running sawmill operation in the city....
Campaign to Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere
As the holiday season approaches, police officers in northern Ontario are on the lookout for impaired drivers. Molly Frommer reports.
Police investigate alleged sexual assault involving stude...
Toronto police say they're investigating an alleged sexual assault incident involving students at St. Michael's College, and the school said in a statement W...
Students get a taste of the world of work
On Take Your Kids to Work Day, high school students in North Bay learn the ins and outs of various careers. Eric Taschner reports.
Sault man charged with second-degree murder
A Sault Ste. Marie man is charged with second-degree murder after a violent incident that left one person dead. Jairus Patterson reports.
Moustache motivation
Sault Ste. Marie paramedics use the Movember campaign to rally around a colleague recently diagnosed with cancer. Lincoln Louttit reports.
National and provincial honours for local doctor
A family physician from Manitoulin Island is getting recognized both provincially and nationally for his work. Lyndsay Aelick reports.
Stars & Thunder was worth it, says outgoing Mayor Black a...
An emotional and unapologetic Mayor Steve Black gave a final speech to Timmins city council Tuesday night, at one point saying that the Stars and Thunder fes...
Timmins honours Mike Doody
A Timmins building will soon bear the name of a long-time city politician and well-known local personality. Drew McMillin reports.
What do seniors need to stay in their homes?
Federal senior's minister stops in Sudbury on a cross country consultation tour looking at enhancing services. Alana Everson reports.
Theft at Sudbury Food Bank
Sudbury Food Bank is unable to make deliveries to community partners after someone stole a part from its van. Callam Rodya reports.
Yoga for kids
CTV Northern Ontario’s Rebecca Nobrega visits a Sudbury yoga studio to learn more about yoga for kids
What would you ask Jesus in an interview?
Sudbury Author Roger Spielmann talks to Tony Ryma about his book that has Jesus returning to earth for 24 hours to set the record straight.
Another youth arrested after Jewish teens allegedly robbe...
A second youth has been charged in connection with an alleged robbery and possible hate crime on Sunday. Four 17-year-old boys wearing Jewish religious attir...
Police identify suspect in fatal downtown condo shooting
Police have identified and released a photo of a suspect wanted in the city’s 63rd homicide back in August. Officers were called to a condo building on...
$9.2M in funding to help upgrade, expand water treatment ...
Residents in Sandy Lake First Nation will soon be able to have safe, clean and reliable drinking water thanks to an investment of $9.2M from the federal gove...
Ontario Establishes Strict Regulations for the Licensing ...
Today, Ontario's Government for the People implemented the latest phase of its planned response to the federal government's legalization of cannabis by passi...
Police seek witnesses to collision which injured pedestrian
Police are seeking witnesses who may have seen a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian during the early evening hours Tuesday.
Patrick Brown pulls no punches against political foes in ...
A new book released by former PC leader Patrick Brown raises allegations of spying by members of his former party and sexual misconduct against a current cab...
Patrick Brown cites sexual misconduct allegations against...
A new book released by former PC leader Patrick Brown raises allegations of spying by members of his former party and sexual misconduct against a current cab...
Police search for suspect after altercation at Thunder Ba...
Three people in Thunder Bay, Ont., have been sent to hospital by ambulance for medical treatment after an altercation at a pub in the city's south side.
Speaker asks Ford's PC MPPs to stop giving so many standi...
The Speaker has asked the Progressive Conservatives to keep their standing ovations to a minimum to "enhance decorum" in the Legislature.
Turn of the Screw opera an entertaining ghost story
The Turn of the Screw - an opera performed by Western's Don Wright Faculty of Music - sweeps you along with its suspenseful tale of possession, innocence, pa...
27 people taken to hospital after TTC bus crashes into hy...
Twenty-seven people, including the driver, were taken to hospital after a TTC bus crashed into a hydro pole at Bathurst Street and Davenport Road. Police and...
Flights back up in the air after de-icing equipment failu...
Flights are starting to go in and out of the Sudbury Airport after many were cancelled or delayed.
ROM plans 'Dawn of Life' gallery to tell story of earlies...
Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum announced plans on Wednesday to create a "Dawn of Life" gallery that will tell the story of earliest life on Earth.
Multiple injuries reported after bus crashes into pole, p...
Toronto police say a number of people have been injured after a bus struck a pole near Bathurst Street and Davenport Road.
Multiple injuries reported after TTC bus slams into hydro...
Toronto police say a number of people have been injured after a TTC bus slammed into a hydro pole near Bathurst Street and Davenport Road.
Premier Doug Ford’s office caught in swirling scandals
Chaos is swirling around Premier Doug Ford with his right-hand man forcing a departure at Ontario Power Generation, costing taxpayers up to $500,000 in sever...
As Dwane Casey returns to Toronto, his influence is felt ...
Dwane Casey said it was strange being back on the Toronto Raptors basketball court where he'd left so much "blood, sweat and tears."
Student-founded cello-fest rocks Ecuador
Western cello student Ivan Fabara has transported his instrument across four centuries and 10,000 kilometres - far from its festive origins in Italy and now ...
Significant snowfall coming Thursday evening
The first significant snowfall of the season is expected to hit Ottawa Thursday evening, Environment Canada says.
St. Michael’s College School students expelled after vide...
WARNING: Details in this story are graphic and may be disturbing to some readers. St. Michael’s College School has expelled several students amidst an invest...
Environment watchdog points out northeastern communities ...
Eight municipalities in northeastern Ontario have outdated sewer systems, causing raw sewage to flow into local waters, according to the province’s environme...
Judge won’t rule if brain dead means legally dead in case...
The demise of an Orthodox Jewish man has made it unnecessary to rule on the validity of the death certificate issued when he was declared brain dead, a judge...
Whistleblower tips expose federal workers behaving badly
Five federal government workers in one department have been fired or reprimanded following complaints about their conduct made under whistleblower legislation.
Inquest into the Death of William Cerqueira Announced
Dr. Bonnie Burke, Regional Supervising Coroner for Central Region, Toronto East Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Willia...
Man, 53, dead in Brampton crash
A 53-year-old man is dead after a single-vehicle crash that happened in a residential subdivision in Brampton. Peel police were called to Garryoaks Drive, ne...
Pedestrian injured after being struck by vehicle in Missi...
A pedestrian is in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Mississauga Wednesday morning. It happened shortly before 11:30 a.m. at Glen Erin and Folkway ...
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