Regina museum looking for help cracking mystery safe

Kayleen Sawatzky, CTV News Regina Published Saturday, October 12, 2019 6:27PM CST Last Updated Saturday, October 12, 2019 6:29PM CST REGINA — The Civic

Read more

Family of girl killed in fatal Highway 6 crash files lawsuit against police, children’s services

KITCHENER – The impact of a tragic trash that killed two teens two years ago is still being felt today. What started off as

Read more

‘She is like a sister’: Friends remember victims of Markham quadruple murder

Katherine DeClerq , CTV News Toronto Published Wednesday, July 31, 2019 3:17PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, July 31, 2019 4:49PM EDT Police have identified

Read more

Family seeks answers as teen remains in coma a week after hit-and-run crash

Abby Roby describes seeing her son in a coma as a “parent’s worst nightmare.” Tristan Roby was struck by a vehicle in a hit-and-run

Read more

Shots fired, car damaged in LaSalle

The Montreal Police Department is looking for leads following a shooting on Serre St. near Lefebvre St. in the borough of LaSalle. Officers responded

Read more

Security and safety top of mind for police, crews at Craven Country Thunder

Craven Country Thunder kicks off on Thursday night after weeks of preparation and as always, safety at the music festival is top of mind

Read more

Furby Street fire under investigation

An investigation is underway into the cause of a fire that broke out in a multi-family residence on Furby Street late Friday afternoon. A

Read more

Orillia, Ont., man pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle collision

LINDSAY, Ont. — Police say a man is dead after a two-vehicle collision in southern Ontario on Saturday morning. Durham regional police say the

Read more

Montreal anarchist group vandalizes Queen Victoria, Sir John A. MacDonald statues

Two statues downtown have been vandalized again. A group calling itself the Montreal May Anarchists targeted the statue of Queen Victoria at McGill University

Read more

‘I’d be putting them in the ground now’: Cannabis home growers start planting

If you were among the Albertans who bought cannabis seeds for home-growing before supply sold out, experts say it is time to start planting.

Read more