Hydro One to pay American energy company $103M after fail...
Hydro One and Avista Corp. say they have agreed to cancel their merger after regulators in Washington state and Idaho shot down the deal.
Ontario considers removing kindergarten, primary class si...
Ontario is considering removing caps on class sizes in kindergarten and in Grades 1 to 3.
Toronto doctor's licence revoked after she admits to sexu...
Theepa Sundaralingam, 37, a former oncologist with the Rouge Valley Health System, appeared at a disciplinary hearing at the College for Physicians and Surge...
60-foot geyser erupts in Mississauga after watermain brea...
A large geyser has erupted at an intersection in Mississauga following a watermain break on Wednesday evening. Peel police were called to the scene at Copenh...
False alarms keep highrise tenants on edge
Tenants of a Donald Street highrise that caught fire in December say they've been traumatized by a rash of false alarms ever since, and want them to stop.
Marineland confirms another walrus at the park has died
Zeus's death marks the second time a walrus at the park has died in the past 19 months, after a female walrus named Sonja's "surprise" death in May 2017.
Here are the communities in northwestern Ontario that sai...
According to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), five out of 33 municipalities in the northwest have chosen to opt out of having a retail ca...
Large Ontario cities opting out of pot shops is a 'painfu...
The densely populated Ontario municipalities that have said no to cannabis stores are a "painful haircut" to pot retailers' expectations, but some remain opt...
That thing you were planning to attend tonight? It's prob...
Wednesday's messy weather has prompted a host of cancelled events across Ottawa.
Ford government backs down on legislation that would have...
Ontario will not move forward with a controversial element of proposed legislation that could have opened up the province's protected Greenbelt to development.
Library and Archives acquires book that belonged to Hitler
A book that once belonged to Adolf Hitler — and sheds light on the Nazis' plans for North America had the Second World War gone the other way — is now in the...
Connecting to the Trans Canada Trail
New bike and pedestrian crossing on Sudbury’s Regent Street connects two popular trails. Lyndsay Aelick reports.
Man, 57, charged with murder in suspected Collingwood dou...
Ontario Provincial Police have made an arrest in what they are now treating as a double homicide in Collingwood Tuesday.
Ontario reverses course on bill that could have opened Gr...
Ontario will not move forward with a controversial element of proposed legislation that could have opened up the province’s protected Greenbelt to deve...
Lobbying hard in Sault Ste. Marie
City officials in Sault Ste. Marie are continuing efforts to land the ferrochrome smelter plant. Jairus Patterson reports.
Timmins’s aquatic centre controversy continues
CTV Northern Ontario’s Lydia Chubak has the latest on a continuing controversy over a proposed new aquatic centre in Timmins.
Roy Halladay earns spot in Baseball Hall of Fame
CTV Northern Ontario’s Tony learns more about the career that earned the late Roy Halladay a spot in Baseball’s Hall of Fame.
Police seek public's help finding next of kin of woman st...
Toronto police are looking for the public’s help to find family members of a homeless woman who was struck and killed by a garbage truck last week.
Cold, snow, freezing rain conspiring to ruin your commute...
Winter happens in Ottawa, but this week's weather has been 'definitely not normal,' one city official confirmed Wednesday.
Toronto police arrest man who evaded capture for over 5 y...
A man who has evaded police for more than five years after allegedly holding a woman captive at an apartment near the Scarborough Bluffs has finally been arr...
Fundraiser for 'Rez Girls' 64 hockey team gets boost from...
A couple in Kingston, Ont., are asking for the public's help in a final push to raise approximately $10,000 for a new ice surface for a girl's hockey team in...
TTC to start recording external incidents on its surface ...
Starting next week, the Toronto Transit Commission says it plans to activate external-facing cameras on its surface vehicles. The TTC says the cameras will b...
January 23rd is National Pie Day
National Pie Day on January 23rd is an unofficial holiday celebrating a beloved North American dessert, not the mathematical term ‘pi.’
Police nab 2 people in connection with LCBO thefts
Police in Toronto and Mississauga, Ont., have made two arrests in connection with alleged thefts from the LCBO.
Toronto's Field Trip music festival to skip 2019 edition
The organizers of Toronto's Field Trip Music & Arts Festival say the event is going on a temporary hiatus with the goal of returning in 2020, but the reason ...
Ontario Supporting Cultural Tourism
TORONTO - Ontario's Government for the People is supporting arts and culture events across the province that will strengthen and grow cultural tourism.
Growing Opportunities for Young Farmers
Guelph - Ontario's Government for the People is committed to reducing red tape and easing regulatory burden, to lower business costs and improve competitiven...
Men arrested in separate alleged thefts from LCBO stores ...
Police in Toronto and Mississauga have made two arrests in connection with alleged thefts from the LCBO. The two men were arrested after separate incidents a...
Unifor head rules out boycott in campaign to save GM Oshawa
The head of Unifor has ruled out a potential boycott of General Motors in the campaign to save the Oshawa Assembly Plant. Speaking at a union rally in front ...
Thunder Bay LiUNA local takes apprenticeship training on ...
The Thunder Bay local of Labourers' International Union of North America (LiUNA) hopes to be offering mobile apprenticeship training as soon as summer 2019, ...
Ottawa police union president charged
Ontario Provincial Police have charged Ottawa Police Association president Matt Skof with breach of trust and obstructing justice under the Criminal Code of ...
Attempted theft at bank lands Timmins pair in custody
Two city residents have been arrested after police say there was an attempt to steal from a Timmins bank early Wednesday morning.
New breath sample legislation includes snowmobilers, OPP say
Ontario Provincial Police say new legislation that allows police to request breath samples from motorists also applies to snowmobilers.
Snowmobilers must provide breath samples to police upon r...
Ontario Provincial Police say new legislation that allows police to request breath samples from motorists also applies to snowmobilers.
Manitoulin Island man out $20K due to emergency scam
OPP say a Manitoulin Island man is out more than $20,000 after falling victim to a scam.
Black public servants look to shatter their own ceiling
Black federal government workers gathered in Ottawa Wednesday to discuss barriers to their advancement in the public service, and how to overcome them.
Hopes for S&T 2019 at Hollinger come to abrupt end
A report from Director of Community and Development Services Mark Jensen during Tuesday night’s city council meeting appeared to drive a stake into the heart...
Judge dismisses request to help sheriff evict paralyzed m...
Rohan Salmon, 49, has lived in the same assisted living facility since a car crash left him paralyzed. Now they want him out but he has no placeto go.
CP Rail train derails in Ajax
A CP Rail train derailed in Ajax on Wednesday. There are no reported injuries and the Town of Ajax said in a statement that it’s not “an emergenc...
Mayor ‘deeply disappointed’ in Pride vote banning officer...
Toronto Mayor John Tory says he’s deeply disappointed by Pride Toronto’s membership decision against allowing uniformed police participation in t...
Asking for input on Ontario’s budget
The provincial finance committee gathering public input for the spring budget makes a stop in Timmins. Lydia Chubak reports.
Soo Legion building up for sale as club downsizes
Sault Ste. Marie’s Legion puts its building up for sale after deciding to downsize and Jairus Patterson looks into the reasons why.
Why city buses aren't crash-tested
Cars, trucks and even school buses undergo rigorous crash-testing in Canada to come up with safety standards. Public transit buses don't. Here's why.
Search continues for killer in Estaire homicide
CTV NEWS EXCLUSIVE: New details emerge in unsolved murder case that took place south of Sudbury five years ago. Alana Everson reports.
Ontario Helping With Recreational Cannabis Costs
Ontario's Government for the People is assisting municipalities with the cost of legalizing cannabis and combatting the illegal market by providing a second ...
Northern Ontario weather Jan. 23/19
CTV Northern Ontario's Jessica Gosselin has your 7-day weather forecast.
Ontario Signs Two Health Funding Agreements with Health C...
TORONTO — Ontario's Government for the People is taking another step toward building a sustainable health care system that puts the needs of Ontario's ...
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