With the weather starting to cool down, an annual campaign is working to help keep kids warm through the colder months.
Manitoba's top doctor says the Manitobans should be prepared for an increase in COVID-19, RSV and Influenza cases, but confirmed the province is not planning any mask mandates in public settings.
A project in Winnipeg’s Exchange District is shining a light on some faded parts of the city’s past.
Stella’s is officially returning to the Winnipeg airport.
September is Guide Dog Access Awareness Month, and it’s important for Manitobans to remember there are certain etiquette, rules, and protections that need to be followed when it comes to these service animals.
Amid high levels of inflation, many consumers are seeing a rise in requests for gratuities as more businesses ask for tips. In a column for CTVNews.ca, personal finance contributor Christopher Liew offers some background on Canada's tipping culture, while looking at common practices around the world.
A canning company has stepped up to fill the gap in the market for gem jar-sized lids.
A man convicted of manslaughter in the death of an Indigenous woman after throwing a trailer hitch at her from a moving vehicle in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been released on day parole, two years into his eight-year sentence.
Two Winnipeg restaurants are in the running for a prestigious ranking of the country’s best new eateries.