The Ontario Provincial Police are appealing for a driver to come forward after they allegedly walked away from the scene of a crash that left a female dead and three others injured in Vaughan early Friday morning.
The second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is here and there are some things you should know about who gets the day off in Ontario.
A Sunwing flight attendant saved a passenger's life who went into cardiac arrest as a pilot made an emergency landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport this week.
Toronto city councillor Michael Thompson has been charged with sexual assault, his lawyer has told CP24.
One person has died after a motorcycle and another vehicle collided in Etobicoke.
A man has been seriously injured in a stabbing in midtown Toronto.
Ontario’s minimum wage rises tomorrow. Here's what you need to know.
The Toronto Blue Jays locked up a playoff spot Thursday afternoon without taking the field, securing a berth when the Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles 5-3.
York Regional Police have charged a new suspect in connection with the death of a woman in a house fire in Vaughan last week.
For the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, CTVNews.ca spoke to several Indigenous leaders about feelings around the day more than a year since the suspected gravesites made world news, and in the weeks following Queen Elizabeth II death that took over the news cycle during a month when decolonization is meant to be top of mind.
Friday is the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day. The federal government made Sept. 30 a statutory holiday for its workers and federally regulated workplaces last year.
On this National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, a recent investigation into the death of a 32-year-old Indigenous man is a stark reminder of the ongoing struggle for justice that continues to elude the Ojibways of Onigaming First Nations.
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says today's National Day of Truth and Reconciliation is about the survivors of Canada's residential schools and the children who died in them and never made it home.
Indigenous leaders in Quebec are lamenting the fact that priorities for their communities have been largely ignored during the provincial election campaign.
Canadians residing in Florida are dealing with the destruction caused by Hurricane Ian. Kevin Gallagher reports.
Reconciliation and Reconnecting: The Path Forward - A CTV News National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Special.