Hydro Ottawa is entering the "last phase" of restoring power to homes and businesses following a devastating storm over a week ago, with the goal to have the grid back on by tonight.
Hydro Ottawa crews continued to make progress through the weekend restoring powering to thousands of customers across Ottawa.
A bright, blue sky with plenty of sunshine greets Ottawans and Ottawa Marathon participants Sunday.
An Ottawa woman was surprised to see a coyote swimming in her backyard pool Saturday morning.
A 22-year-old Gatineau man died in hospital after being stabbed outside an establishment in Aylmer on Saturday morning.
It’s been one week since a devastating storm swept through the nation’s capital, knocking out power to tens of thousands of people.
Ontario Provincial Police responded to a call at a home on Pearl Road in Champlain Township at about 5:45 p.m. Saturday.
A G2 driver out for a spin in their new vehicle is now facing several charges after being observed speeding 69 km/h over the speed limit, police say.
Rejeanne Fairhead set a Canadian record in her first ever race at Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend.
Saturday marked the final day of advanced polling across the province, the last chance for eager voters to cast their ballot early.
Now into the second week of storm cleanup, many Ottawa residents remain without power across the city.
Hydro Ottawa says "we are close" to restoring power to the "bulk energy system" as crews enter "the last phase" of restoration efforts.
It's the first in-person Ottawa Race Weekend in Ottawa since 2019, after the 2020 and 2021 events were shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the top five stories in Ottawa this week.
In a media release Saturday afternoon, police said an incident occurred sometime during the afternoon on Friday at a downtown apartment.
The city of Gatineau remains in "monitoring mode" as officials keep an eye on water levels along the Gatineau River through the city.
Construction resumed on Ottawa's new $334 million central library at LeBreton Flats this week, three weeks after a strike by crane and heavy equipment operators shutdown the project.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the top five stories in Ottawa this week.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at activities and events happening in Ottawa, eastern Ontario and western Quebec during the final weekend of May.
New video has emerged showing the moment a tornado touched down in Uxbridge, Ont. over the weekend, ripping the roof off a local brewery.
Hockey Canada and the Canadian Hockey League have reportedly settled a lawsuit with a woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted by eight members of the 2018 Canadian world junior hockey team.
A B.C. family has trouble getting their chores done on their farm each morning because of the antics of a pair of unlikely best friends – an elderly miniature horse and a rambunctious young golden retriever.
Police have released new video of a recent incident in which a vehicle was caught doing doughnuts and speeding along the shoulder of busy Ontario roadways.
As residents in Ontario and Quebec work to repair the damage caused by a severe storm over the weekend, many may be wondering whether their homes and cars are covered from any damages. The Insurance Bureau of Canada says wind damage is usually covered, but to confirm with their provider what losses may be included.
CTVNewsToronto.ca has compiled a list of some of the major pledges made by the leaders of the province’s four major parties.
Let’s cut to the chase: after a long break from vacations, Canadians are ready to travel. However, there are some concerns travellers have before hopping on their next flight. People want to make sure the places they visit are safe, they want to understand if there are any pandemic restrictions, and they want to have a great plan for their time.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at what you need to know for the municipal election campaign in Ottawa.
Advance polls opened on Thursday and are open daily until Saturday, May 28 in all ridings across Ottawa.
"Fifty per cent of provincial funding for Stage 3 of Ottawa's regional transit plan is in the platform," Liberal leader Steven Del Duca told CTV Morning Live Friday morning.
Advance voting locations open today in Ontario as party leaders fan out across the province to pitch voters on their platforms.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 15 Ottawa residents in hospital because of an active COVID-19 infection on Friday, down from 17 on Thursday.
Masks will no longer be mandatory in Ottawa's public elementary and secondary schools starting Monday, with the board now 'strongly' encouraging students, teachers and visitors to wear masks in buildings.
Ottawa Public Health reported 17 people in Ottawa area hospitals with an active COVID-19 infection, up from 11 on Tuesday.
The public will hear from Ottawa's former police chief next week for the first time since he resigned at the height of the 'Freedom Convoy' occupation of downtown Ottawa.
An Ottawa judge has decided that 'Freedom Convoy' organizer Tamara Lich will remain released on bail while awaiting trial.
A Crown prosecutor argued on Thursday that Tamara Lich, an organizer of the “Freedom Convoy,” breached her bail conditions by accepting an award for her leadership during the Ottawa protest.
Adam Sawatsky shares the story of a B.C. man who’s celebrating his 75th birthday by giving out hundreds of meals to those less fortunate.
U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are hoping to console a city stricken by grief and anger when they meet with families affected by the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school that killed 19 students and two teachers.
The decision by police to wait before confronting the gunman at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde was a failure with catastrophic consequences, experts say. When it was all over 19 students and two teachers were dead.
Justice Minister David Lametti is defending the federal government's authority to challenge provincial laws that they believe infringe on the rights of Canadians, after Quebec said Ottawa's reaction to Bills 21 and 96 lacked 'respect.'
A small airplane with 22 people on board flying on a popular tourist route was missing in Nepal's mountains on Sunday, an official said.
A Dene filmmaker based in Vancouver says he was "disappointed" and "close to tears" when security at the Cannes Film Festival blocked him from walking the red carpet while dressed in a pair of moccasins.
Around a hundred people gathered at noon Saturday at the empty Vancouver home where Chelsea Poorman’s remains were found late last month to show their support for her family's call for answers and justice.
Canada and Finland won semifinal games Saturday to set up a third straight gold-medal showdown between the teams at the IIHF world hockey championship.
Riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray at Liverpool supporters forced to endure lengthy waits to get into the Champions League final amid logistical chaos and an attempt by UEFA and French authorities to blame overcrowding at turnstiles on people trying to access the stadium with fake tickets on Saturday.
The devastating storm in southern Ontario and Quebec last weekend damaged thousands of hydro poles across the two provinces. CTVNews.ca gives a rundown of where utility companies get their hydro poles from, as well as the climate challenges in the grid infrastructure.
Dene filmmaker Kelvin Redvers discusses next steps he's taking after being turned away at the Cannes Film Festival in France because of his moccasins.
Over the past two years, Greg saved what little money he had to celebrate his birthday by serving about 400 others.
Fifty-eight-year-old Vivian Ketchum is set to receive her high school diploma at a graduation ceremony at the University of Winnipeg next month. It is a moment that is decades in the making.
A recent lottery winner excitedly told her daughter she was suddenly $5,000 richer. She was wrong.
Researchers working in partnership with UBC believe an eco-friendly material could help solve the world’s plastic pollution problem.
A full pod of southern resident killer whales has returned to the waters of British Columbia, where researchers have determined that a new baby in the group is a female.
Circumhorizontal arcs put on a colourful show in parts of the Maritimes Thursday.
A woman from Hamilton, Ont. is now a multimillionaire after she won the $60-million Lotto Max jackpot.
A massive Russian plane that was grounded at Toronto Pearson International Airport back in February is racking up a substantial parking bill.