Hwy. 417 will be closed between the Metcalfe and Carling/Kirkwood exits from 8 p.m. Thursday until Monday at 6 a.m.
Canadians for Affordable Energy President Dan McTeague says gas prices will increase eight cents a litre in Ottawa on Friday, bringing gas prices to $1.749 a litre.
A Mississippi Mills, Ont. councillor has had her pay suspended for 90 days after breaching the municipality's COVID-19 vaccination policy by attending council meetings while refusing to disclose her vaccination status.
Move aside, pickleball. There’s a new racquet sport in town thanks to a former Ottawa Senators captain.
A legendary Canadian jazz pianist will be featured on a new run of $1 circulation coins, the Royal Canadian Mint has announced.
Emergency crews responded to the incident at the Dollarama on Saint-Rene Boulevard at approximately 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
A widespread power outage is currently affecting the downtown core in Toronto and officials say it may have been caused by a large crane that struck a high-voltage transmission line.
A Vancouver man is the first outside of the United States to be made president of a very specific group: the Society of American Magicians.
The unofficial mascot of Team New Brunswick -- who had been reported missing -- has finally arrived at the Canada Summer Games in Ontario's Niagara region.
There has been a remarkable show of support for a young baseball player from the Halifax area who suffered a stroke during a game late last month.
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.
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.
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.
As the wildfire season stretches out, concerns about air quality go up. Here's more on a potential game changer from UBC.