In a message to Ontarians about their plans for the province, the Ford government hinted at a 'bold' new strategy for health care, but some health-care workers in the region are still concerned for the future.
Police are searching for six suspects after they say a man was driven to suburban Ottawa, assaulted, robbed and left at the side of the road.
The detention and alleged beating by Quebec police of a Senegalese diplomat last week came as a bailiff was attempting to seize property at her residence to pay for a judgment against her.
Ottawa paramedics say two people were taken to the hospital in stable condition after a crash in rural south Ottawa.
Dozens of homes in a newly built subdivision in Arnprior have thousands of dollars worth of damage after multiple power outages fried their household appliances.
Eight Ottawa restaurants are on a new list by OpenTable and Bumble of the top 100 Canadian restaurants for date night.
Thieves stole $15,000 worth of equipment from a summer camp for kids in Kingston, Ont. and the not-for-profit camp is unsure when the items will be replaced.
Ottawa police say a 55-year-old woman who had been missing since May has been found dead.
A Canadian Armed Forces veteran who called New Lowell home has been charged with murder in the country of Belize.
Canada's blood supply is in a dire situation, and with donations dropping to the lowest level in nearly a decade there is an immediate need for more donors.
The number of cannabis dispensaries in Ottawa continues to grow, with even more under review. It's a trend being seen throughout Ontario.
Two more residents of Ottawa have died of COVID-19 and hospitalizations because of the virus held steady over the weekend.
For more than two years, federal public servants have been doing their jobs from home. Now, amid pressure to return to the office, they’re asking why that needs to change.
OC Transpo says its fall schedule will begin Sept. 4, with several adjustments to school routes among the changes.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says through his throne speech that more can be done to ease health system pressures, but is not yet offering up any new solutions.
The Progressive Conservatives are set to re-table their 2022 budget today, nearly three months after it was presented to Ontarians.
The Ottawa Safety Council is looking to recruit close to 100 new guards to provide safety at intersections across the capital.
Fans of the Arkells can score free tickets to the Canadian rock band's upcoming concert in downtown Vancouver – but they won't last long.
Actors, musicians, politicians and fans are reacting to the news of Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Olivia Newton-John's passing at 73.
A home under construction north of Toronto, which is nearly twice as tall as others on the street, is being slammed by local residents as a 'monstrosity.'
A family physician in Victoria is asking patients for a monthly fee of $125 to access enhanced services such as longer appointments and home visits – re-igniting debate about British Columbians' access to health-care.
Gabby Petito's family on Monday notified Utah officials of plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that police failed to recognize their daughter was in a life-threatening situation last year when officers investigated a fight between her and her boyfriend. The fight happened weeks before authorities say the boyfriend killed her while the couple was on a cross-country van trip.
Ashton Kutcher revealed Monday he had battled a serious autoimmune disease that affected his hearing, sight and ability to walk for more than a year.
The Canada Revenue Agency says it will be sending e-notifications about uncashed cheques to 25,000 Canadians this month.
The rapid growth of a long-burning forest fire in central Newfoundland has triggered a state of emergency in the area and the expansion of an outdoor fire ban to the entire province.
Seven new deaths linked to COVID-19 are being reported in Ottawa this week, as Ottawa Public Health warns, "COVID levels remain high in the community."
Ottawa Public Health is reporting zero new COVID-19 deaths over the long weekend but the amount of virus in the community remains high.
Months after the Freedom Convoy rolled into downtown Ottawa, CTV National News' Senior Political Correspondent Glen McGregor looks back on the demonstrations that paralyzed the city for weeks and reflects on where the movement goes moving forward in a special reporter's notebook.
The United People of Canada (TUPOC) are calling the new property, located at the corner of St. Patrick Street and Cumberland Street, their "Embassy."
Ottawa protest organizer Tamara Lich has been freed on bail after a judge ruled a previous detention order was based on errors of law and fact.
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CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at eight things you can do for free in Ottawa this summer.
With less than three months left until Ottawa residents head to the polls to vote in the 2022 municipal election, there are 12 candidates running for mayor, nine elected officials not seeking re-election and three councillors currently running unopposed.
An animal shelter in Surrey, B.C., celebrated a bittersweet moment, and is hoping to find a 'socially awkward' dog a permanent home.
A Saskatoon mother made an apparent 'checklist' while planning to vanish with her son, according to court documents
The suspect at the centre of a Saskatchewan Amber Alert has a history of sexual offences, RCMP confirmed during a press conference Tuesday.
The man who claims to be one of the people seen 'surfing' on the roof of a moving subway train in Toronto is speaking exclusively to CTV News about his stunts and the looming threat of a police arrest.
The FBI's unprecedented search of former president Donald Trump's Florida residence ricocheted around government, politics and a polarized country Tuesday along with questions as to why the Justice Department – notably cautious under Attorney General Merrick Garland – decided to take such a drastic step.
An Ontario nurse is facing charges in connection with the alleged assault of a two-year-old boy with “significant medical limitations” in Niagara Region.
Expressing concerns over the RCMP's yearslong use of spyware in major investigations, privacy and civil liberties experts say the previously undisclosed tools are 'extremely intrusive' and they are calling for stronger oversight and regulation of spyware Canada-wide.
Exposure to synthetic ‘forever chemicals’ often polluting the environment has been linked to the most common type of liver cancer, according to a recent study.
An ICU physician is criticizing Ont. Premier Doug Ford's throne speech, saying the government 'has no plan' to help health-care workers and may not believe 'there's any type of crisis' in the province's overburdened hospital system.
Ont. Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy was pressed on the provincial government's spending on health care amid ongoing stress in the system.
Jewelry created by Indigenous artists from Saskatchewan was worn by 'Prey' actress Amber Midthunder in a recent Vogue article.
As the doctor wait list hits 74,000 in New Brunswick, one woman is turning to social media with her pitch to try to find a replacement after losing her own doctor.
The unofficial mascot of New Brunswick’s Canada Games team has gone missing. Mac the Gnome was last seen in a package destined for Ontario.
From Vancouver, it takes the whole day to get to Alert Bay, B.C., off the northern tip of Vancouver Island. For CTV News reporter Ben Miljure, it’s taken his whole life, as he finally meets members of his large Indigenous family for the first time.
Not many families could organize a weekend reunion of 300 relatives on a remote B.C. island. The sprawling Indigenous Cook family with roots in Alert Bay did just that.
The travel headaches and turbulence that have become commonplace in recent months at Canada’s busiest airport appear to be turning a corner.
There is a chance someone could own a piece of history in Portage la Prairie, Man., as the home of Canada's ninth prime minister is on the market – completely restored to its original look.
Alishea Morrison said she acted on pure instinct when she saved seven-year old Cason Feuser from a cougar attack Sunday.