COVID-19 warning for Saskatoon, Foam Lake, Wynyard businesses

SASKATOON — A person who tested positive for COVID-19 visited businesses in Saskatoon, Foam Lake and Wynyard when they were likely infectious, according to

Read more

Hardwood hopes to rebuild fire ravaged chalet

It could be up to a year before the main chalet at Hardwood Ski and Bike is rebuilt. Hardwood’s general manager tells CTV Barrie

Read more

Tourist who took sand from beach in Italy fined US$1,200

A French tourist has been ordered to pay a 1,000 euros (US$1,200) fine after attempting to fly out of Sardinia with more than four

Read more

Bala Legion planning affordable housing project for seniors

Aileen Doyle , CTV Barrie Published Tuesday, November 14, 2017 6:54PM EST Last Updated Tuesday, November 14, 2017 6:56PM EST Officials at the Bala

Read more

Employee suffers life-threatening injuries in workplace incident

KITCHENER — Waterloo regional police say a man was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a workplace incident on Monday. Police responded to

Read more

Two OC Transpo maintenance employees test positive for COVID-19

OTTAWA — Two OC Transpo maintenance workers have tested positive for COVID-19. In a statement to CTV News Ottawa, Director of Transit Operations Jim

Read more

Singer Duffy slams Netflix over kidnap film ‘365 Days,’ saying it ‘glamourizes’ sexual violence

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — Welsh singer Duffy, who revealed earlier this year that she had been kidnapped and raped, has written an open

Read more

RCMP, Onion Lake Cree Nation release gang prevention resources

SASKATOON — Onion Lake RCMP is releasing gang awareness and prevention resources in partnership with Onion Lake Cree Nation, RCMP announced Thursday. “The Cree

Read more

‘Pretty close to broke’: Cash-strapped Edmonton ends ebike rebates after hearing from angry residents

EDMONTON — Citing a rash of resident complaints, Edmonton City Council is putting the brakes on a program that would have spent $150,000 over

Read more

Halifax councillor under fire for use of ‘outdated and offensive’ term

Halifax councillor Matt Whitman is facing backlash from members of the African Canadian community for a word he used on CTV Atlantic News at

Read more