NEW THIS MORNING | Bluesfest is back today after two years of COVID-19 cancellations
Fans will be packing into the grounds at LeBreton Flats tonight for the first in-person Bluesfest since 2019.
An Ottawa senior citizen says he lost his life savings after investing with a real estate development firm that has been charged with fraud.
Ottawa police are on the scene of a shooting that injured one person in the city's west end.
The penultimate day of the public hearings into Ottawa’s light rail transit system saw some sharp words from the train manufacturer.
Patrick Brown has been disqualified from the federal Conservative leadership race, after ballots have already begun to be mailed out, and his campaign is fighting back against what it calls anonymous allegations.
The federal government is giving Ottawa’s Cold War museum, the Diefenbunker, a cash injection for upgrades.
There are three new options around downtown Pembroke where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the city.
The Ontario government has announced a date for an inquest into the death of a construction worker who was killed on the job in Ottawa more than six years ago.
The Ottawa Senators have announced their 2022-23 season schedule, dropping the puck first against the Buffalo Sabres.
Ottawa home sales dropped for the fourth straight month in June as the real estate market continues to come down from its frenzied pace.
E-scooters have hit the streets of Ottawa for a pilot program. The devices are back in the Nation’s Capital for a third year, with some changes to the program.
Ontario’s police watchdog has dropped its investigation into a 23-year-old woman who jumped out of a fourth-floor hotel room window when police knocked on the door.
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a bank robbery in Pembroke.
A man from rural west Ottawa is half a million dollars richer after winning a Lotto Max Maxmillions prize.
A Gatineau woman whose luggage was lost more than three weeks ago still does not have her bag back.
The city of Ottawa and overdose prevention partners are warning residents of an increase in suspected overdose-related deaths after five people died in the last week.
Air Canada said on Wednesday it will not allow animals in the baggage hold until Sept. 12 due to 'longer than usual' delays at airports, as carriers and airports wrestle with complaints over lost luggage and long lines.
Prices have been easing slightly recently, but affording a mortgage is still a very difficult task for many Canadians. How much of a mortgage can you afford? Contributor Christopher Liew breaks it down in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
Ryan Somes and Anthea Stanley were, by most standards, living a successful life in Toronto. With two kids under six, the couple had a home in Trinity Bellwoods and held high-end positions in the finance industry. But something still felt amiss, they said.
The family of a woman who was set on fire while on a Toronto bus in a random attack last month has released a short statement following her death.
Travellers might not have any control over long lines and cancelled flights, but there are ways to minimize luggage disasters. From tracking devices for your luggage to packing light, here are some tips and tricks for your next trip through the airport.
A few Ontario cities and towns are now offering to pay tourists to encourage them to stay overnight this summer.
Residents of a former fishing village along Newfoundland's remote southern coast are considering whether to pack up and leave everything behind -- for good.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting six new COVID-19 deaths in the city in the last week, bringing the city’s death toll from the pandemic to 825 residents.
Ottawa Public Health says Ottawa is entering a new wave of COVID-19, saying indicators show a rising level of transmission in the community.
An Ottawa epidemiologist says expanding eligibility of COVID-19 boosters to allow adults to get a fourth dose if they wish could help stem a possible fall wave.
Do you have an opinion about how the city and Ottawa police handled the ‘Freedom Convoy’ protests earlier this year? Now’s your chance to talk about it.
Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall was in contact with a key organizer of the Freedom Convoy anti-mandate protest, providing strategic advice before and after the Ottawa occupation began, according to court records obtained by CTV News.
Ottawa protest organizer Tamara Lich will remain in custody in Ottawa until at least Tuesday after she was arrested in Alberta for allegedly breaching bail conditions.
When it comes to travelling, there is nothing quite like the freedom of a road trip. But while spontaneity is the golden secret of a road trip, the real key is planning.
Every year, one thing's for certain. If you own a car, you’ll have to renew your auto insurance.
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Ontario’s Ministry of Labour is investigating how a Toronto construction worker ended up hanging from a crane. Adrian Ghobrial reports.
A well-known Ukrainian paramedic who was held prisoner by Russian and separatist forces for three months after being captured in the southeastern city of Mariupol has accused her guards of psychological and physical torture during her time in captivity.
Patrick Brown is alleging political corruption played a role in his disqualification from the Conservative Party of Canada's leadership race, a move that came following allegations that his campaign violated election financing rules.
While towns and villages around the capital of Kyiv have begun to rebuild after the Russians withdrew months ago and world powers discuss long-term recovery, others in eastern Ukraine still cannot sleep soundly.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected clamors for his resignation from his Cabinet and across the Conservative Party, digging in his heels Thursday even as dozens of officials quit and previously loyal allies urged him to go after yet another scandal engulfed his leadership.
Jailed American basketball star Brittney Griner returns to a Russian court on Thursday amid a growing chorus of calls for Washington to do more to secure her release nearly five months after she was arrested on drug charges.
The federal government has no intention of dropping the controversial ArriveCan app because it gives the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) key health information about travellers who test positive for COVID-19 through testing at airports and land borders, senior government sources tell CTV News.
Despite being disqualified by the Conservative Party of Canada from becoming its next leader, ousted candidate Patrick Brown's name will still appear on the ballot.
Patrick Brown has been disqualified from the CPC leadership race; and, video emerges of worker hanging from a Toronto crane.
Two young emergency room doctors, raised and trained in Montreal, are leaving their jobs after only two years to move back to Toronto – and they say the Quebec health-care model and Bill 96 are to blame.
Calgary Transit officials say a pilot project to let riders sing on a modified city bus is more than just a one hit wonder.
Benjamin Dufour, the seven-year-old boy who was gravely injured after being hit by a truck in Regina last month, has shown positive signs of recovery, according to a news release from his family.
The family of an Ottawa man killed in a Canada Day crash in the west end says Tom Bergeron died exactly as he lived: selflessly thinking of others before himself.
Two 'serious instances' involving people endangering crops to take selfies at an Ontario canola farm have prompted police to warn the public about the potential consequences of trespassing into crop fields.
It's been 25 years since Saskatchewan's last residential school closed, but some are still healing.
Canada Day weekend fireworks have sparked more calls to either regulate or ban backyard fireworks displays in Nova Scotia.
After becoming a casualty of a major downsizing at work, Robert Mah converted his minivan into a solar-powered mobile office and drove from Ontario to Victoria, B.C.