The summer festival season in Ottawa kicked off this weekend with thousands gathering for events across the city.
Someone called 911 from Britannia Beach at approximately 7:15 p.m. Saturday, reporting four people had fallen off a paddleboard and were floating towards the Deschenes Rapids in Ottawa's west end.
There are no reports of injuries after two jet skis collided near Petrie Island Bay in Ottawa's east end.
Ontario Provincial Police say an officer stopped a vehicle driving 156 km/h on the Queensway just after 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Ottawa police are reminding drivers to renew their vehicle licence plate, saying officers will soon begin issuing $110 fines for expired plates.
The Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region has seen an increase in calls about financial stress in the last year, as inflation reaches levels not seen in decades.
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Ottawa police say there were "disproportionately higher incidents" of use of force against Black, Indigenous and Middle Eastern people by officers last year.
The City of Brockville got back into the festival swing this weekend for the first time in 2022, with the waterfront welcoming tall ships from around the world.
The final weekend in June saw Renfrew Pride host a dog wash and pride photo shoot Saturday, with plans for a pride picnic Sunday in front of Town Hall.
The Marine, Dive and Trails Unit stopped 16 boats at Petrie Island and the Rockcliffe Yacht Club on Friday.
With the nation's capital bracing for anticipated anti-mandate 'freedom' movement protests during Canada Day weekend, interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says her MPs are free to attend.
More than half of all rural residences in the city of Ottawa are affected by slow internet speeds, a new report shows, in a world where faster communication is essential.
An Ottawa family is demanding answers after their son went missing for five hours following his pickup from school on Monday.
Summer’s here and it’s going to feel like it.
A gunman opened fire in Oslo's nightlife district early Saturday, killing two people and leaving more than 20 wounded in what the Norwegian security service called an 'Islamist terror act' during the capital's annual LGBTQ Pride festival.
The Ontario government must provide adequate funding for support services and create an independent commission dedicated to ending intimate partner violence, lawyers told a coroner's inquest Friday.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at activities and events happening in Ottawa, eastern Ontario and western Quebec during the final weekend of June.
There's a historic site northeast of Cornwall, Ont. that has become a popular tourist destination for day trips. It offers more than just a great photo opportunity, hosting weddings and musical venues throughout the summer.
The Martello Towers are found all over the world, but there are only nine left in Canada. Four of the Martello Towers are located in Kingston, Ont.
The Beachburg, Ont. business provides personalized guided and self-guided bicycle tours throughout the Ottawa Valley along with shuttle service.
A new study has found that breast cancer can metastasize more efficiently while people are sleeping, a finding researchers say could 'significantly change' the way cancer is diagnosed and treated.
U.S. coach Andrea Fuentes prevented a tragedy at the swimming world championships, rescuing artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez after she sank motionless to the bottom of the pool during a solo free routine.
Considering a big move this year? You may want to think about somewhere else in Canada or western Europe. Fresh rankings of the world's most livable cities have been released, and Canada is the country with the most cities in the top 10.
The city of Ottawa is seeing a slight increase in COVID-19 related hospitalizations, as the health unit warns of a rise in COVID-19 levels in the community.
Pastor Mike Croteau has an autoimmune disorder that gives him an exemption from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Croteau says his exemption was rejected when he tried to cross into the United States in May.
Ottawa COVID-19 hospitalizations remained steady over the weekend, but the city's medical officer of health is warning that levels of the virus in the community are rising.
Ontario’s police watchdog has cleared two Vancouver police officers who fired non-lethal rounds at two protesters in Ottawa during the ‘Freedom Convoy’ protests.
The sergeant-at-arms for the House of Commons says he was "flabbergasted" at how the Ottawa police allowed the harassment of members of Parliament and staffers to go on during the protests against COVID-19 restrictions in the capital earlier this year.
Tyson 'Freedom George' Billings emerged from the Ottawa courthouse Wednesday brandishing a Canada flag to a torrent of cheers and airhorns after pleading guilty to a charge related to the convoy protest that seized the city earlier this year.
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Seven months after a barge ran aground near Vancouver's English Bay, residents have grown weary of its hulking presence on the shoreline.
Many Canadians remain unaware of the involvement of forced child labour in the products they buy, according to non-profit agency World Vision Canada.
Hundreds of protesters descended on the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday to denounce the justice's decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe v. Wade precedent that recognized women's constitutional right to abortion.
As Pride festivities kick off around the world, many refugees are celebrating the LGBTQ2S+ community for the first time.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau headed to the G7 summit in Germany on Saturday without a consensus from the Commonwealth to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but with a chorus of countries calling for help to overcome the fallout of the war.
The World Health Organization said the escalating monkeypox outbreak in nearly 50 countries should be closely monitored but does not warrant being declared a global health emergency.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, holding that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion, protesters and supporters of the ruling gathered at the high court's building in Washington, D.C., and in other cities nationwide.
A barge that ran aground near Vancouver's English Bay last year quickly became an accidental attraction, drawing selfie-seekers and inspiring T-shirt designs. But after seven months, residents seem to have grown weary of its hulking presence on the shoreline.
Ukraine's largest LGBTQ rights event, KyivPride, is going ahead on Saturday. But not on its native streets and not as a celebration.
An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Mounties in Coquitlam are appealing to the public for help tracking down two pieces of artwork that were allegedly stolen from a high school art display.
An out-of-this-world, rural Manitoba home is up for grabs offering buyers a chance to live in a self-sustaining, off-grid oasis.
Disney fans may be able to find a deal at an online auction of rare collectibles based in British Columbia.
A Metro Vancouver pet owner won't get all of her money back after being billed for veterinary care she didn't approve of while her cat was in an animal shelter.
Instead of the traditional Canada Day party, The Forks is planning a reimagined 'New Day' event this July 1 – a move that has been met with support and criticism in Winnipeg.
Sitting more than eight hours a day can increase the risk of heart disease and early death by 20 per cent, according to a new study co-authored by a B.C. professor.
An Ontario student is warning people of the risk that comes with failing to report a lost debit card after $14,000 in fraudulent deposits landed in her RBC account.
The certification of a class-action lawsuit on behalf of off-reserve Indigenous children who were taken from their families and placed in non-indigenous care gave Cheyenne Stonechild a long-awaited sense of validation.