OPP collect dozens of weapons during first half of gun amnesty campaign

CTV Windsor Published Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:27PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:32PM EDT Provincial police say they have safely secured

Read more

Two charged after stolen cab from Regina involved in shootout in west Sask.

Two people have been charged after a stolen cab from Regina was involved in a police chase near Delmas, Sask. Police received a call

Read more

Ottawa leads country with home sales

Ottawa and Montreal are bucking the trend when it comes to home sales in Canada. Across the country, the housing market saw a 22

Read more

CMHA welcomes new investment, wants more

The Canadian Mental Health Association is welcoming new investments in the mental health industry, but would like to see more. The national average for

Read more

Nets’ national anthem singer kneels to finish performance

NEW YORK — The national anthem singer at the Brooklyn Nets’ home opener took a knee at the end of her performance. Justine Skye

Read more

Miami Heat beats Toronto Raptors 90-89

TORONTO — Wayne Ellington’s basket with time running out earned the Miami Heat a 90-89 road victory over Toronto on Tuesday night, snapping the

Read more

Sales frozen as merchants demand better heating

Business owners in NDG have been without heat since the beginning of the cold snap and say they’re losing money. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.3745668.1515089237!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

Read more

1,800 charges laid in safe trucking blitz

Almost 3,500 commercial vehicles were stopped during the OPP’s week-long safety blitz on the province’s highways. More than 1,800 charges were laid and 71

Read more

Ministry of Labour investigating crash at Wilmot Township business

Waterloo Regional Police say an investigation is underway at a business in Wilmot Township after a man was seriously hurt Thursday afternoon. The incident

Read more

Arbitrator sets new contract for Ontario college faculty following strike

TORONTO – An arbitrator appointed to settle a contract dispute with Ontario college faculty after a five-week strike granted them a 7.75 per cent

Read more