Tens of thousands of people across the Ottawa region are still without power Tuesday morning as hydro crews continue repair work following Saturday's massive storm.
The city of Ottawa is setting up disposal bins at locations across the city for residents to get rid of food spoiled because of the ongoing power outages.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting a steady number of COVID-19 patients over the long weekend.
A dozen signs were stolen last week along a single road in the Ottawa Valley, OPP said Tuesday.
The Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend is aiming to go ahead as planned this weekend following last Saturday’s devastating storm.
The President and CEO of Hydro Ottawa says the local distribution network was 'crushed' by Saturday's storm and some people could be without power through the rest of the week.
The city of Ottawa will have several emergency reception centres open again Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. for residents affected by the storm.
Ottawa city council's meeting scheduled for Wednesday has been cancelled as cleanup from Saturday's storm continues.
Ottawa police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing 55-year-old woman.
Canada is sending an additional 20,000 rounds of ammunition to Ukraine for the Ukrainian military to use in its ongoing defence against the Russians. This ammunition—155mm calibre, as well as fuses and charge bags—is being donated, but comes at a cost of $98 million, according to the federal government.
Bill 96, the provincial government's controversial legislation aimed at protecting the French language in Quebec, has been adopted in the National Assembly.
Power outages caused by the powerful and deadly storm that swept across Ontario and Quebec on Saturday are stretching into another day, as hydro providers warned customers they could be waiting even longer for service to be fully restored.
An infectious disease expert believes monkeypox outbreaks can be contained by using a strategy called 'ring vaccination' – which means vaccinating all the close contacts of an infected person.
Health Canada says it is preparing for the possibility that a shortage of sunflower oil could further strain baby formula supplies in Canada.
Lawyer Ari Goldkind says it's 'hard to imagine' that either Johnny Depp or Amber Heard emerges from the defamation trial unscathed.
CTV News' Omar Sachedina sat down for an exclusive interview with Justice Mahmud Jamal, one year after being appointed to the Supreme Court.