A fire is causing lane closures and poor visibility on the Disraeli Freeway near downtown Winnipeg on Monday morning.
Find out how the Winnipeg Ghostbusters are raising money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation with a haunted tour of a heritage building.
A 19-year-old man has been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Powerview-Pine Falls on Saturday.
As hospitals across Canada face a resurgence of respiratory viruses, medical experts do not all agree that mask mandates are necessary to curb COVID-19 transmission in public settings.
Ottawa police say human remains found in a Vanier apartment building under construction are those of a missing Inuk woman, last seen in Ottawa's east end more than five years ago.
With Remembrance Day coming up, one Royal Canadian Legion branch in Winnipeg held an event over the weekend to help distribute poppies to the community.
The Brandon Police Service found a set of brass knuckles while searching an assault suspect over the weekend.
Halloween is here, with the real scare being the rising inflation making costumes, candy and decorations all the more expensive this year.
First Nations crafters were showing off their work Sunday afternoon at an Indigenous craft marketplace in the north part of Winnipeg.
The majority of respondents in a Canada-wide survey released Monday said they are using coupons or hunting for sales to cope with increasing food costs. Nearly 20 per cent were also reducing meal sizes or skipping meals altogether in order to save money.
Fifty years ago, Omar Sachedina’s mother was expelled from Uganda along with tens of thousands of other Asians. This summer, she returned to her village for the first time. Omar recounts, in his own words, the emotional return to his mother’s homeland on CTVNews.ca.
The province is planning to table back-to-work legislation on Monday for Ontario's 55,000 education workers.
Three people were found dead inside a Coniston-area home Sunday night, Greater Sudbury Police Service says.
On the 50th anniversary of Idi Amin's expulsion of South Asians from Uganda, a Canadian nurse tells her story of coming face to face with the dictator who destroyed her family's life. Read the harrowing account by Omar Sachedina on CTVNews.ca
Former Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly says he took a more direct role in the police response to the "Freedom Convoy" protest, outside of the chain of command, after he lost some degree of trust in his deputy chiefs.
Video shows the moment a century-old cable suspension bridge collapsed in India and left more than 100 people dead.