CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at what's open and closed in Ottawa on for the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Sept. 30, 2022.
A group of major Canadian retailers is asking the federal government to re-implement a Visitor Tax Refund in an effort to boost tourism and invigorate the Canadian economy.
It is just over a month until Halloween and some have already begun decorating, but one street in Stittsville is getting a head start in a big way.
A driver facing a stunt driving charge apparently said it was the car's fault.
Ottawa mayoral candidate Mark Sutcliffe is issuing a call for civility, saying community members and elected officials who have been attacking him are contributing to a 'toxic environment' at city hall.
Ottawa Public Health has reported six new COVID-19 deaths in the capital since last Tuesday and the wastewater monitoring project is showing a rising trend in the viral signal.
Award-winning chef Briana Kim will represent Ottawa at Canada’s top culinary competition after winning the gold medal at the regional event on Monday.
More than 170,000 patients in Ontario lost their family doctors in the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study has found.
As thousands remain in the dark in Atlantic Canada after post-tropical storm Fiona, help is on the way from Ontario.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
An Edmonton woman says she heard someone calling for help moments before a man was killed by an LRT train in Edmonton on Monday.
While experts say it would be 'extremely difficult' to cheat at a high-level chess tournament, it has happened before.
Ukraine's president warned Tuesday that Russia's just concluded 'sham referendums' and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks with Moscow as long as Vladimir Putin remains president, and called for Russia's 'complete isolation' and tough new global sanctions.
While Canada prepares to honour the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, the majority of provinces have not followed the federal government's move to make it a statutory holiday for its workers.
P.E.I. begins the painful, long process of rebuilding; service members in Cape Breton, N.S., share how they’re helping their community.
An 18 m-tall fiddle has become a symbol of hope for Sydney, N.S., after it was left unscathed from Fiona. Creeson Agecoutay reports.