Health officials in Ontario are reporting 964 new cases of COVID-19, marking the highest number of infections reported in a single day since May 30 when 1,033 cases were identified.
The city says its campaign to vaccinate children aged five to 11 is off to a “successful” start, with more than 6,100 doses administered at its clinics in the first three days.
GO Transit users on the Lakeshore East line will be experiencing travel delays starting on Monday as labour officials investigate an accident along the train tracks in Pickering that left a contract worker dead.
Police in Halton Region have charged a driver after they allegedly crashed a Mercedes into an Oakville restaurant early Sunday morning.
Students at an elementary school in the city's Wychwood neighbourhood have been dismissed from in-person learning and activities due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
A four-vehicle crash in Richmond Hill has sent two people to hospital with serious injuries, police say.
Some 72 hectares of land formerly occupied by a coal-fired power plant in Mississauga will soon be home to the longest Canadian pier in the Great Lakes.
A man is in serious condition in hospital after he was shot near Toronto’s Roncesvalles neighbourhood overnight.
A worker has died after becoming pinned under a rail car in Pickering, police say.
The City of Toronto has kicked off the start of the holiday season as its Cavalcade of Lights display got underway Saturday at Nathan Phillips Square.
One person is dead and another is critically injured following a hit-and-run collision in Ajax early Saturday morning, according to police.
Health officials in Ontario are reporting 854 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday as well as two additional deaths linked to the disease.
There are some big sales on big screen TVs leading up to the holidays.
Walmart says it will remove sexually explicit toys placed in the children's section of its website after a woman shopping for a gift for her young nephew came across the graphic products.
A scheduled, direct flight route will soon connect Toronto with the Yukon and Northwest Territories, marking a first for Canadian air travel.
If you own a home you may have considered getting your ducts cleaned, especially if you have pets, allergies or have had recent home renovations done.
An Ontario grandmother who bought an educational toy for her 15-month-old granddaughter was shocked when the dancing cactus started swearing and singing about doing cocaine.
The holiday shopping season kicks into full gear with Black Friday later this week and Cyber Monday a week from today.
A Toronto house that made headlines last week for its unusual selling price of $1 has been sold.
A Toronto grandmother can’t believe she got scammed out of $7,500, but said she paid the criminals because she thought her grandson was in jail and needed help.
With the arrival of the holiday season, the Ontario government has released its COVID-19 guidance for those planning to gather and celebrate this year.
An Ontario man says he’s feeling confused and frustrated after he was one of 12 individuals vaccinated with an expired COVID-19 vaccine dose at a Vaughan Shoppers Drug Mart last week.
Despite an onslaught of hatred from anti-vaccine activists over a pay bump for vaccinated employees, Chapman's Ice Cream says it has in fact received far more positive feedback than negative.
Opposition politicians want widespread rapid COVID-19 tests for Ontario students sooner as more schools close due to cases of the virus, but the education minister says the situation is under control.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is inviting municipal leaders to a summit on housing affordability.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government says residents should still have confidence in the province's vaccine booking portal, despite a suspected data breach that triggered a police investigation and led to charges against a government employee.
The City of Toronto says it's on course to exceed its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target.
Three Ontario friends are now $21 million richer after winning the Lotto 6/49 jackpot after playing together for 16 years.
At a time when a for sale sign seems to instantly turn to a sold sign, the biggest driver in the market may now be investors.
Toronto residents may soon not need to worry about paying late fees for overdue library books.
Ontario is testing a new train route that would bring people from downtown Toronto straight to cottage country.
Mayor John Tory says that BMO Field could be expanded to accommodate upwards of 45,000 fans if Toronto is chosen as one of the host cities for the 2026 World Cup.
Ontarians are now able to place orders for cannabis flower and accessories through Uber Eats.
A pane of glass that was seen spinning dozens of stories above ground at a Toronto condo building before it smashed and showered broken glass onto the street below was caught on video by an eagle-eyed resident.
A ticket holder in Ontario won Saturday's $7.5 million Lotto 649 jackpot.
A Toronto bar has had its liquor licence suspended after a physical altercation broke out when compliance officials were investigating reports that alcohol was being served for free.
Three Toronto police officers who were acquitted of sexually assaulting a parking enforcement officer in a hotel in 2015 have also had their Police Services Act (PSA) charges dropped in court.
A Toronto secondary school is taking extra security measures after a student was attacked by people believed to be from another school in a disturbing incident students say was caught on video.
The Nooksack River in Washington state has overtopped its dike, and the City of Abbotsford is expecting floodwaters to cross the U.S. border, Mayor Henry Braun said Sunday afternoon.
B.C. officials urged residents to avoid all non-essential travel as the province deals with the second in a string of three storms and prepares for the final one.
Ontario’s top public health official says that it would be “putting the cart before the horse” to extend vaccination requirements to children aged five to 11, given that COVID-19 vaccines were only recently approved for use in the age group.
From superhero selfie stations to projectors playing childrens' movies — here's what Toronto clinics are doing to try and alleviate fears of needles within kids.
Over 31,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children aged five to 11 have been booked in Toronto so far, with city-run clinics, schools and pharmacies gearing up to administer vaccines starting tomorrow.
Just before 1 a.m., Danny Adiev arrives at his restaurant in Toronto’s east-end to start chopping. But he’s not preparing for the loyal brunch crowd at Chew Chew’s Diner, he’s cooking for Toronto’s homeless community, nourishing up to 600 stomachs every week.
Felix Cha wasn’t a coffee drinker when he landed his first gig at a café in Melbourne. But he wanted to keep his job, so he started asking questions. Fifteen-years later, he owns two cafés in Toronto and has 150 wholesale clients.
Back in the 1980s, some of Toronto’s most beloved pies were delivered on the TTC before the establishment found its forever home in Kensington Market.
A former Syrian refugee is continuing his family's custom suit-making legacy from a tiny tailor shop in Yorkville.
With fewer tree farms and trees available for sale, many tree farmers in Ontario are bracing for an early rush of customers.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
Omar Khan, assist. professor at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, explains how boosters work and how they help fight against the newer COVID-19 variants.
The royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II has decked the halls with dazzling decorations. ABC's Julia MacFarlane reports.
Take a look at the fascinating phenomenon that was spotted on Lake Manitoba.
An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.
Dr. Nadav Davidovitch, director of School of Public Health at the Ben Gurion University of The Negev, on Israel’s decision to close borders.
Police in Quebec City are facing questions after video of them violently arresting two Black teens surfaced.
CTV National Parliament Hill Correspondent Kevin Gallagher discusses the ongoing efforts to clean up and address the flooding in British Columbia.
Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre discusses how he will address the ongoing issue of sexual assault and harassment in the military.
Families Minister Karina Gould discusses how the government will deal with the inflation crisis.
Lifestyle expert Natalie Sexton shares her beauty inspired holiday gift guide.
Lifestyle expert Richard Cazeau delivers tips to make your gaming memorable.
Nutrition Specialist Olivia Saray discusses the many benefits of NUNA premium cat food.
Jeff Lewis from BDO Debt Solutions on the warning signs of debt and what you should know about dealing with debt.
Lifestyle expert Taylor Kaye shares some very merry items for holiday entertaining.
Mansoor Naqvi from M-Rides on the benefits of becoming a driver or captain plus the rewards for consumers.
Travel and Lifestyle expert Jennifer Weatherhead Harrington helps you plan the perfect beach vacation.
Parenting and lifestyle expert Sherri French warms us up with a holiday travel idea.