The president of Hydro Ottawa says "with a little bit of luck" power will be restored along the Merivale Road area on Thursday, bringing power to another 15,000 to 20,000 customers still in the dark following Saturday's storm.
The Ottawa Catholic School Board says all schools with power will be open on Thursday, but 14 schools without power will remain closed.
Out of the tragedy of Saturday’s storm, come stories of people helping each other.
Thousands of Ottawa residents are marking five days of no power and the circumstances are challenging for many.
Trees are down across the capital, which means arborists in Ottawa are working non-stop.
The public inquiry into Ottawa's light rail transit system officially gets underway this evening, with a chance for the public to weigh in on issues with the $2 billion system during its first two years of operation.
Officials are monitoring water levels along the Gatineau River due to the upcoming rain in the forecast and the fact the Baskatong reservoir is at its limit.
Winds in the destructive storm that hit Ottawa and the region on Saturday reached 190 kilometres per hour in some areas, researchers say.
Hydro One says more than 10,000 customers in Carleton Place have had their power restored after crews repaired the main line powering the town.
Frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman's rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old shooter was killed by a U.S. Border Patrol team.
Families are sharing photos and stories of their loved ones, who lost their lives in a mass shooting in Texas that killed at least 19 children and two adults on Tuesday afternoon.
Conservative Party of Canada leadership hopefuls Scott Aitchison, Roman Baber, Patrick Brown, Jean Charest, Leslyn Lewis, and Pierre Poilievre squared off in the second official party debate on Wednesday night in Laval, Que.
The Conservative Party of Canada leadership hopefuls debated face-to-face in French, in Laval, Que. on May 25. Recap CTV News reporters' real-time updates as the debate unfolded.
Several parts of the country, including British Columbia and Canada's Maritime provinces, are likely to see wetter-than-normal conditions this summer, according to AccuWeather's annual summer forecast.
Uvalde, Texas holds a vigil for the victims of the school shooting as police continue to search for a motive
Two years after taking a DNA test, two sisters meet for the first time after being separated by adoption. Vanessa Lee reports.