The City of Ottawa says the plan to restore partial service to the Confederation Line LRT is proceeding towards its November target date, but it could be another month before full service is restored.
Ottawa-Vanier member of Parliament Mona Fortier is the Ottawa area’s sole representative in the new federal cabinet.
A 21-year-old Ottawa man is more than $5.7 million richer after winning a Lotto 6/49 top prize earlier this month.
Time is running out for federal workers to disclose their vaccination status, but there is a growing group of them that is against it, putting them at risk of losing their jobs.
It’s a crime with a huge emotional impact—150 headstones in four separate cemeteries have been defaced by vandals.
Ottawa Public Health says 15 more people in Ottawa have tested positive for COVID-19 and one more person has died.
With Halloween less than a week away, time is running out to visit some spooky locations along the seaway, ready to make you scream in horror.
Santa Claus is coming back to the town of Renfrew after a hiatus on the annual parade in 2020, but 2021's parade comes with a twist.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he is confident the province can reach 90 per cent coverage with COVID-19 vaccines even without approval for children under 12.
At a local yoga and fitness studio, Hannah Hamsa helps villagers with their daily awakening. The 83-year-old took her first class almost seven decades ago.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has considerably shaken up his cabinet roster, naming new ministers to key portfolios including defence, health, foreign affairs, and environment, while adding in a handful of rookies as he forges ahead with a third mandate. Gender parity has been restored, there is new emphasis on regional development agencies. Overall there are 39 members of the new cabinet.
With her electric blue hair, bag of tricks and sense of humour, Molly Penny has played a vital role helping patients and families as CHEO's therapeutic clown for more than two decades.
An art collective purchased an original Andy Warhol drawing for US$20,000 and is selling it to one lucky buyer for just $250. But there's a catch: The artwork is being offered alongside 999 high-quality forgeries -- and even their creators can't tell them apart.
If you feel you need to wear a hard hat to safely open your cupboards, you might appreciate some free advice from a certified professional organizer.
A rise in teen girls developing 'tic-like' behaviours could be linked to TikTok, along with an increase in anxiety and depression, doctors say.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca takes a look at five stories to watch in Ottawa this week.
After 19 long months, many Ottawa business owners are eager to welcome back customers with no capacity limits.
There have been a lot more calls for loose chickens in Ottawa this year compared to pre-pandemic times, despite the fact that livestock is not permitted in most parts of the city.
The peak of Ottawa's COVID-19 caseload early this fall was roughly half of what it was in the fall of 2020, and data show that Ottawa's most recent wave has crested.
The Ontario government has unveiled its long awaited plan to slowly lift public health restrictions as the COVID-19 situation in the province continues to level off.
Despite having no expertise in football helmets only two years ago, a Montreal start-up, KOLLIDE, has just scored big, winning a $550,000 grant from the National Football League (NFL) to advance its design of a new helmet they hope will ultimately help reduce the risk of concussions during games.
A powerful fall storm has led to a number of wind warnings and special weather statements on B.C.’s South Coast.
Former Princess Mako of Japan has formally relinquished her royal title after marrying a commoner. CTV's Paul Workman explains.
This video from Russian Ministry of Defence shows an anti-terror group on board the container ship freeing the crew from their hiding spot.
Vanessa Lee has the details behind Quebec's notable uptick in whales and other mammal sightings in the St. Lawrence this season.
An Alberta man rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling it.
Surveillance camera shows the moment a U.S. Marine veteran disarmed a man who was brandishing a handgun at a gas station in Arizona.
A male alligator removed from a lagoon at an Australian zoo after showing hostility towards other alligators and charging zookeepers.
National Defence Minster Anita Anand says she is committed to ensuring “justice is served” in the fight against sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces. Just hours into the job, Anand says she will be relentless in her pursuit to shift the culture within the military so those in uniform feel safe, while restoring Canadians' trust in the institution.
The boardroom drama engulfing Rogers Communications Inc. intensified Tuesday after Edward Rogers filed a petition to have his newly constituted board declared legitimate, and said his mother and sisters had previously supported his moves.
The U.S. moved a step closer to expanding COVID-19 vaccinations for millions more children as government advisers on Tuesday endorsed kid-size doses of Pfizer's shots for 5- to 11-year-olds.
A northern Ontario First Nation has opened up a new safe house designed to help its residents heal from abusive and dangerous situations.
A tiny majority of Albertans voted against the province adopting year-round daylight time in the referendum by Alberta’s United Conservative government.
The ancestral remains of six individuals have been returned home to Dokis First Nation in Ontario by the Field Museum in Chicago, Il., after being kept there for more than a century.
Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet shuffle and the addition of a new cabinet role to address mental health, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is calling on the new health ministers to address the ‘health workforce crisis’ caused by pandemic burnout and stress.
Indigenous and remote communities that rely on fish for sustenance shouldn’t worry about mercury levels in their food as the benefits of eating the meal outweigh the risks, according to a new study.
Trudeau promoted new ministers to several key files in a sizable cabinet shakeup, with Anand vowing to resolve the military misconduct crisis.
Lawyer Natalia Rodriguez on Maj.-Gen. Fortin’s denied request to be reinstated as head of Canada's vaccine distribution.
Panellists discuss the consequences of Canadian hospital workers who are refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses the latest cabinet shuffle, energy sector and COVID-19 recovery.
Police are investigating an assault on a Tim Hortons employee in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside as a possible hate crime.
Long-time Liberal MP and cabinet minister Marc Garneau was one of the surprising omissions from the new cabinet. Joyce Napier has more.