A local business owner is being hailed as a quiet philanthropist after donating a gift to the Winnipeg Foundation valued at about $500 million, the largest individual gift ever made to a Canadian charity.
Some Winnipeggers are undeterred by the possibility of fines for shovelling bike lanes.
The Manitoba Underdogs Rescue is calling on the public for help to save a dog that was found with severe injuries to his head and face.
Manitoba RCMP are asking for help to find a Steinbach man who hasn't been seen for nearly a week.
Manitoba RCMP is investigating after a woman from New Bothwell said she became a victim of a puppy fraud scheme.
As Health Sciences Centre’s children’s emergency department continues to grapple with a surge in flu season traffic, health-care providers are urging parents and caregivers to choose the appropriate health-care option for sick kids.
Advocates are urging Winnipeggers to return to the downtown area in an effort to jump-start the momentum in the city's core that was lost in the pandemic.
Shirley Mitchell has spent months carefully knitting pairs and pairs of mittens to be included in the Brandon-Westman Christmas Cheer Board hampers this holiday season.
Manitoba Hydro is reducing its request for rate increases for the next two years and is crediting a recent provincial government fee reduction.
Manitoba's police watchdog has wrapped up two separate investigations into police shootings, determining the officers involved in both will not face charges.
The Manitoba government is making another attempt at loosening restrictions on liquor sales and is changing the way it taxes cannabis.
A First Nation in Ontario is working with a Winnipeg environmental assessment firm to help communities investigate sites of former residential schools with an Indigenous-led approach.
The Manitoba government may soon crack down on people who leave their pets in vehicles in extreme hot or cold weather.
Residents in a northeast Winnipeg neighbourhood are dealing with flooded basements and water issues they believe stem from a nearby car wash.
At 90 years old, Al Borys is proving that age is just a number as he continues to play a sport he loves and is active to raise money for a good cause.
A Winnipeg couple who transform unassuming wooden pallets with a little holiday magic is back to raise more money for local charities, one snowman at a time.
Today is Giving Tuesday, and one group of angels got off to an early start of giving back to the community
The Manitoba government is temporarily halting any new connections of cryptocurrency operations to the hydroelectric grid, citing a potential for overwhelming energy demands and low economic return.
A heavy police presence was seen outside a home in Transcona on Monday evening.
A Winnipeg woman believes her pet turtle was stolen, and is now hoping it will be returned before it's too late.
A 23-year-old Ontario woman has been charged under the provincial welfare services act after a graphic video of a horse being dragged surfaced online. One video shows the horse being pulled with ropes as its back hooves drag along a road.
For more than a century, a tunnel 'under the dome' few have laid eyes on has been intriguing Winnipeggers.
University of Manitoba researchers have found a link between ground squirrels and climate change and it has to do with the rodents' feet and sperm.
Several people in Manitoba got a clear look at a celestial sight Thursday night. A meteor was caught streaking across the sky in the province, with cameras catching it in Winnipeg and other areas north of the city.
A Winnipeg-based Japanese drum group is celebrating four decades of high energy beats.
Ontario and Nunavut opted into new legislation by the federal government hoping to increase organ donations as hundreds of patients die while on the waitlist each year.
High absentee rates and staff shortages are causing some child care centres to close or reduce their hours.
Soccer fans and Canadian sports lovers packed watch parties Sunday to catch the Canadian Men's National Soccer Team's historic World Cup run.
Springs Church leader Pastor Leon Fontaine has died.
All-star linebacker Adam Bighill has signed a two-year contract extension with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
James Hamblin had a huge smile Monday when he spoke about his first NHL call up. He had tears streaming down his face just hours earlier.
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BabyCenter, an online parenting website, recently published its annual analysis of popular names for newborn babies in Canada.
CTV National News Executive Producer Rosa Hwang shares what she witnessed during a visit to a refugee camp in Pakistan, where Afghan children live in flimsy tents set up in a park, without the basics like running water or enough food, with only their mothers for protection.
Despite warm and mild temperatures stretching on throughout most of the fall season, the wrath of winter may be coming soon, experts say. But frigid temperatures aren’t expected to last.
Danielle Smith introduced the Sovereignty within a United Canada Act in the legislature Tuesday while trying to reassure Albertans that it has nothing to do with leaving the country.
The Bank of Canada lost $522 million in the third quarter of this year, marking the first loss in its 87-year history. In the central bank's latest quarterly financial report, it says revenue from interest on its assets did not keep pace with interest charges on deposits at the bank.
The RCMP has confirmed it is investigating 'broader foreign actor interference activities' in Canada, but Commissioner Brenda Lucki is declining to provide more details given the investigations are 'ongoing.'
An experimental Alzheimer's drug modestly slowed the brain disease's inevitable worsening, researchers reported Tuesday – but it remains unclear how much difference that might make in people's lives.
A disciplinary case was opened against Croatia at the World Cup on Tuesday after the team's fans taunted a Canada player with Serbian family ties.
The Senate passed bipartisan legislation Tuesday to protect same-sex marriages, an extraordinary sign of shifting national politics on the issue and a measure of relief for the hundreds of thousands of same-sex couples who have married since the Supreme Court's 2015 decision that legalized gay marriage countrywide.
Chinese military jets conducted several intercepts of a Royal Canadian Air Force patrol plane as it flew surveillance sorties from Japan as part of an international effort to enforce sanctions against North Korea, the Department of National Defence confirmed Tuesday.
CTV News Political Commentator Scott Reid reacts to Alta. Premier Danielle Smith's proposed Sovereignty within a United Canada Act.