Ottawa Public Health is reporting 143 more people in Ottawa have tested positive for COVID-19 and two more people have died.
An Ottawa Valley man who died last Thursday in a plane crash in Florida is being remembered as a spirited and happy man, and a loving father and grandfather.
"It’s a tough Mother’s Day," Dana Yamamura said.
Thousands of Ottawa residents will be able to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment this week, including residents 40 and over and retail workers in grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants.
Ottawa police continued its Project NoiseMaker this weekend, a traffic safety initiative aimed at reducing speeding, stunt driving and excessive noise on city streets.
Two friends plan to deliver a thank you to nurses working in intensive care units at Ottawa hospitals during the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at five stories to watch in the national capital region this week.
An Ottawa girl with a rare disorder is encouraging students to become stem cell donors and possibly save a life.
The Hog's Back swing bridge will be closed to all pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle traffic from Monday to Friday.
A fertility expert is urging pregnant Canadians to get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they are eligible, as they are at higher risk of severe disease.
Britain, like Canada, is one of the only countries in the world to delay second doses for several months, so that more people can get protected from at least one dose faster. Now, after half the British population has had a single vaccine dose, new cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all down significantly.
Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, said Sunday that he 'has no special relationship' with Russian President Vladimir Putin after an undercover journalistic investigation claimed he and a close friend were 'secretly trading on their links' with Putin for profit.
Medina Spirit's victory in the Kentucky Derby is in serious jeopardy because of a positive post-race drug test, one that prompted Churchill Downs to suspend Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert immediately on Sunday in the latest scandal to plague the sport.
Saskatchewan is a little closer to the first step of its new reopening plan as of Sunday.
Watch this heartwarming video of third grader D'Corey Johnson singing the 'Star-Spangeled Banner' during the national anthem at school.
A shortage of tapioca pearls in Canada has many bubble tea businesses scrambling. Vanessa Lee on how the Suez Canal blockage played a role.
John Vennavally-Rao has the story of a Toronto company's plan to build a huge e-sports stadium in the city.
The Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, unveiled a rare, short-beaked echidna puggle.
A man has been arrested after stealing a police cruiser, crashing it in the woods, and taking off in another patrol car in Fla. on May 6.