As a Winnipegger living in Halifax, Justin Cross says he didn't know what to expect as post-tropical storm Fiona pummelled Atlantic Canada.
A new twist on a scam targeting grandparents has Winnipeg police warning the public to be alert and trust their gut when answering the phone.
The family of retired politician Bill Blaikie has confirmed he has died after a battle with cancer.
A local environmental group, along with some mayoral hopefuls, is calling for Assiniboine Forest to become a national urban park, ensuring the forest is protected for years to come.
Winnipeg police are investigating the homicide of a man who died after an early-morning assault.
The Dale Hawerchuk statue is on its way up, with crews working downtown Saturday morning.
A police officer has died shortly after being charged with child pornography offences.
Police in Newfoundland and Labrador say two people were swept out of residences that collapsed into the sea as post-tropical storm Fiona hit Saturday.
First Nations leaders and rival candidates are condemning remarks made by a Winnipeg man who wants to be mayor.
A group of athletes in the city are looking to make Ukrainian families feel welcome over a game of soccer.
New polling from Probe Research finds Glen Murray is still the candidate to beat in Winnipeg’s upcoming mayoral election.
A group of local organizations is calling for a major overhaul of Portage Place mall in Downtown Winnipeg with a focus on community.
The Canadian Museum For Human Rights (CMHR) is marking a grim anniversary for the Philippines.
Some 18,000 health-care support workers in Manitoba have ratified a new collective agreement that includes pay raises.
Nelson House RCMP have arrested a 12-year-old boy after he allegedly brought an airsoft gun to school and shot someone with it.
Photo radar, the executive policy committee and public art took over the campaign trail on Friday.
A 20-year-old woman is recovering after being stabbed Thursday night in downtown Winnipeg.
A plane crash on Wednesday on Lake of the Woods has left one person dead.
A Winnipeg pop-up exhibition of 50 Ukrainian contemporary illustrators is animating the gruesome realities of the Russian invasion, while raising funds to help those fleeing to Canada.
High winds knocked out power in thousands of homes in Nova Scotia and P.E.I. Friday night as people in Atlantic Canada began feeling the wrath of Fiona.
The City of Winnipeg is informing drivers that a number of temporary road closures are scheduled to take effect this weekend.
A Winnipeg woman and her teammate have officially been named the winners of the eighth season of Amazing Race Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mint, in partnership with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, unveiled a new keepsake on Thursday that represents the truth behind the residential school experience.
A Winnipeg choir felt more like rock stars Friday night after performing on stage with The Eagles at Canada Life Centre.
A Manitoba historian is reflecting on the Queen’s visit to a Hutterite colony during a Royal Tour in the province more than 50 years ago.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has chosen Vancouver to unveil the next step in an art project offering a hard look at the atrocities inflicted upon Indigenous children at residential schools.
Ceremonial gunfire rang out on the Manitoba Legislature grounds to honour Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her funeral.
A Winnipeg man wants the thief, who rifled through his unlocked vehicle in the middle of the day, to return some priceless memories of his deceased parents.
Jennifer Jones beat top-seeded Kerri Einarson 9-5 on Saturday afternoon to reach the final of the PointsBet Invitational.
WHISTLER, B.C. -- A year after a heinous injury scuttled his hockey season, Brady Keeper is back with the Vancouver Canucks -- and looking to cement his spot on the team.
It was a busy night in Winnipeg high school football as week two wrapped up.
Glenn Waddingham is a B.C. bellman who built a Lego replica of the hotel he works at. Adam Sawatsky reports.
After hammering Atlantic Canada, post-tropical storm Fiona has moved inland in southeastern Quebec, with Environment Canada saying the storm will continue to weaken as it tracks across southeastern Labrador and over the Labrador Sea.
As post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada on Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will deploy the Canadian Armed Forces and match any donations to the Canadian Red Cross.
Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer says Pierre Poilievre's caucus will be supporting the Liberal government's bill to temporarily double the GST credit. In an interview on CTV's Question Period, Scheer said 'putting tax dollars back in the pockets of Canadians is something that Conservatives have always supported.'
Canada is credited for having one of the world’s most immigrant-friendly policies, but a CTVNews.ca analysis finds the criteria used to prioritize applicants based on age leaves many at a disadvantage.
Strong winds and heavy rainfall from Fiona have left over 365,000 Maritimers still without power, as of 11 a.m. Sunday.
The town of Port aux Basques in Newfoundland is under a state of emergency as first responders cope with electrical fires, residential flooding, and washouts due to post-tropical storm Fiona.
Municipal roads are closed on Quebec's Magdalen Islands and residents are ordered to stay inside as the region battles the effects of Fiona.
Post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada after making landfall early Saturday and storm chasers captured the incredible power as the storm roared ashore.
In P.E.I., 95 per cent of the province is without power due to Hurricane Fiona. Vanessa Lee reports.