Hydro Ottawa is not committing to a new deadline to restore power to thousands of customers, one week after a devastating storm with wind gusts of 190 km/h hit Ottawa.
A Hydro One spokesperson says some people living in remote parts of rural eastern Ontario could be waiting weeks to have power restored after last Saturday’s devastating and deadly storm.
As thousands of residents are still in the dark, some are trying to find the willpower to get through another weekend of outages.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the top five stories in Ottawa this week.
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.
The roar of engines could be heard throughout the city of Kingston Saturday, as bikers hit the road, racing out to 'Ride for Dad', raising money and awareness for prostate cancer research.
Officers were called to 51 rue Court at around 2 a.m. Saturday on reports a man had been seriously injured.
The city of Gatineau remains in "monitoring mode" as officials keep an eye on water levels along the Gatineau River through the city.
In a media release Saturday afternoon, police said an incident occurred sometime during the afternoon on Friday at a downtown apartment.
The actions -- or more notably, the inaction -- of a school district police chief and other law enforcement officers has become the centre of the investigation into this week's shocking school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
As Russia asserted progress in its goal of seizing the entirety of contested eastern Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin tried to shake European resolve Saturday to punish his country with sanctions and to keep supplying weapons that have supported Ukraine's defence.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos was met with justifiable criticisms and unfounded conspiracy theories.
A 31-year-old disabled Toronto woman who was conditionally approved for a medically assisted death after a fruitless bid for safe housing says her life has been 'changed' by an outpouring of support after telling her story.
Federal Conservative leadership candidate Patrick Brown says calling social conservatives 'dinosaurs' in a book he wrote about his time in Ontario politics was 'the wrong terminology.'
A Campbell River, B.C., woman shares her story about being attacked by an eagle, with the photos to prove it.