Hydro Ottawa says it will take several days to restore power and clean up after a severe storm damaged hydro poles and wires on Saturday.
Two people are dead and at least two others are critically injured after a powerful thunderstorm ripped through Ottawa Saturday afternoon.
The city of Clarence-Rockland, to the east of Ottawa, has declared a state of emergency following a major storm that moved across eastern Ontario on Saturday.
More rain is in the forecast for Ottawa today, one day after a severe thunderstorm left a trail of destruction across the capital.
OC Transpo reported the O-Train was out of service Saturday afternoon due to the power outages across the city.
Emergency crews responded to a call at a cottage in the Township of Greater Madawaska just before 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Ottawa Catholic School Board says students at St. Monica School will shift to virtual learning on Tuesday after the school was damaged during Saturday's storm.
Ottawa firefighters had a busy night dealing with damage from the storm, and responding to three fires across the city.
There’s been some relief at the pumps this long weekend as gas dipped below the two dollars a litre mark in Ottawa.
Canada's Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino insists the once unknown fate of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig was not why the government delayed its decision to ban Huawei technologies from Canada's 5G network.
As the May long weekend kicked off, a massive thunderstorm in southern Ontario and Quebec brought strong wind gusts that knocked down trees, took out power and left at least five people dead.
Russia pressed its offensive in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region Sunday as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the outcome of the grueling conflict would determine whether his country's fate lies with the West or under Moscow's domination.
Health officials in Toronto say they are investigating the first suspected case of monkeypox in the city.
U.S. President Joe Biden said Sunday that recent cases of monkeypox that have been identified in Europe and the United States were something 'to be concerned about.'
Massive thunderstorms in southern Ont. knocked down trees, took out power lines and left at least three people dead.
CTV's Dylan Dyson reports on an Ottawa couple who delivered their baby on the side of the highway.