"This is not a new virus and that the public health measures that we practise will help reduce the spread of the Omicron variant," said Dr. Vera Etches.
Medical officer of health Dr. Piotr Oglaza confirmed on Sunday afternoon that someone at the wedding reception tested positive for COVID-19, but provided no other details about the case.
Ottawa Public Health says 61 more people in the city have tested positive for COVID-19. Hospitalizations are steady.
In a statement on Twitter, VIA Rail said Sunday, the trips were cancelled, "due to operational issues impacting the infrastructure owner that are outside of our control."
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at five stories to watch in Ottawa this week.
A big day for nine-year-old Aiden Schulz as he gets his first COVID-19 vaccine shot at CHEO, in spite of his fear of needles.
Ottawa Senators captain Brady Tkachuk accused the L.A. Kings' Brendan Lemieux of biting him during a scuffle in Saturday night's game in Los Angeles.
Ottawa police are asking for help locating a missing 22-year-old man.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the Christmas and holiday lights displays and events to check out in Ottawa and eastern Ontario this holiday season.
Two people from Ottawa who returned from a trip to Nigeria have tested positive for the new COVID-19 variant of concern that was first detected in southern Africa, Ontario health officials reported Sunday.
The Nooksack River in Washington state has overtopped its dike, and the City of Abbotsford is expecting floodwaters to cross the U.S. border, Mayor Henry Braun said Sunday afternoon.
B.C. officials urged residents to avoid all non-essential travel as the province deals with the second in a string of three storms and prepares for the final one.
The world's first electric tundra buggy is now being used to take tourists to see polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba.
Japan announced Monday it will suspend entry of all foreign visitors from around the world as a new coronavirus variant spreads, prompting an increasing number of countries to tighten their borders.
Ontario confirms two cases of the omicron variant, meanwhile airports are crowded after U.S. Thanksgiving.
Ontario confirms two cases of the omicron variant as other countries announce restrictions. CTV’s Heather Butts reports.
B.C. faces heavy rainfall as the province enters its second week of recovery. CTV’s Heather Wright reports.
A first-of-its-kind electric tundra buggy for polar bear sightseeing is being used for tourist transportation in Churchill, Man. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
Omar Khan, assist. professor at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, explains how boosters work and how they help fight against the newer COVID-19 variants.
The royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II has decked the halls with dazzling decorations. ABC's Julia MacFarlane reports.
Take a look at the fascinating phenomenon that was spotted on Lake Manitoba.
An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.