Candice Doucette was given the grim news that she had six months to a year to live when her breast cancer returned last February.
The Ministry of Labour is investigating the death of a worker who fell from a tower in Minden Hills Wednesday morning.
A decade-long legal saga surrounding Barrie's Allandale train station appears to be over.
The City of Barrie's homeless community has been given a bit of a lifeline, with two warming stations now open.
Police say three people were charged with impaired driving on Tuesday in Bradford and Innisfil, including one man found asleep at a stop sign.
Lakehead University's student union is calling on the Orillia college to consider delaying the return to in-person learning planned for Monday.
A couch placed too close to an electric baseboard heater likely caused a fire that destroyed a Muskoka Lakes home and caused over $680,000 damage.
Police are appealing to witnesses of a serious collision from early Tuesday afternoon in Georgina that sent two people to the hospital.
The Simcoe Muskoka health unit will offer COVID-19 vaccines at select elementary schools starting the week of Jan. 31 under the direction of the Ministry of Health.
The Simcoe Muskoka health unit reports 10 new hospitalizations related to COVID-19 Wednesday, plus two virus-linked deaths.
Drivers are being warned to expect significant traffic delays on major highways from Thursday to Saturday as the 'Freedom Convoy' of truckers enters Ontario.
A teen suspect is in police custody after threatening on social media they would conduct a mass shooting at a Newmarket elementary school.
Soldiers' Memorial Hospital is putting a $20,000 grant towards mental health training and education for staff.
Temperatures could reach -40C in parts of central Ontario on Wednesday morning.
As a growing group of truckers and supporters make their way to Ottawa in a protest against vaccine mandates, experts say the rhetoric online concerning the convoy is getting increasingly worrisome.
Ontario is reporting 92 more deaths related to COVID-19 as well as a slight decrease in the number of patients being treated with the disease in intensive care.
Shelley Brownlee, who's been diagnosed with a form of abdomen cancer, has been waiting months to undergo surgery at a hospital in Toronto. Her doctor said he had hoped to proceed with it next month but the Ontario government's pause on all non-urgent surgeries and procedures amid soaring COVID-19 cases means she'll likely have to hang on a bit longer.
Simcoe County trucking companies believe gaps on store shelves and financial pressures are on the way as new rules for unvaccinated drivers take effect at the Canada-U.S. border.
Grocery shoppers in Barrie are feeling the pinch and searching for deals where they can.
The alcohol industry's global shortages could put a damper on the upcoming season as many drinking establishments tackle the holiday rush.
Ontario's scientific advisors are looking to Europe to project what could happen next as COVID-19 cases begin to rise again in the province.
CTV London’s Scott Miller reports on a Wingham restaurant that was shut down by health unit for defying vaccine passport rules.
Over 100 people flooded Meridian Place in downtown Barrie on Friday to rally against racism in the classroom.
The City of Ottawa will honour Canadian actor Ryan Reynold for his charitable work.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
Members of an Ontario glee club came together remotely to record a special version of 'O Canada.' Nicole Lampa reports.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is decrying the 'fringe' views among some of those who are supporting the trucker convoy making its way to Parliament Hill to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other policies they feel infringe on their freedoms.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says it has detected more than 50 cases of a new Omicron subvariant known as BA.2. The subvariant is widely considered 'stealthier' than the original version of Omicron because some of its genetic traits make it harder to detect.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Wednesday the extension of Operation UNIFIER for three years, and the deployment of 60 more troops to Ukraine in the coming days.
CTV's Omar Sachedina speaks to a Ukrainian reservist and former contestant on Ukraine's version of 'The Voice' about the looming threat of war with Russia.
Homicide investigators have been called to a Richmond, B.C., duplex after a shooting that left four people dead.
Police say a series of stabbings in the downtown core last month have been determined to be hate-motivated and targeting vulnerable Calgarians.
Mounties say autopsies have begun as they try to identify the four people who were found dead in a frigid Manitoba blizzard near the United States border.
Spotify is removing the discography of Canadian rocker Neil Young after he demanded it be taken off the platform over concerns with its connection to vaccine misinformation and comedian Joe Rogan’s podcast.
Ottawa Police Acting Deputy Chief Trish Ferguson discusses what the force is expecting from the trucker's convoy on Saturday.
A Los Angeles police officer is being hailed a hero after dramatic video shows him saving toddler's life.
A Brampton woman said the offer of a free doorbell came with a pitch for a new furnace, an agreement she now regrets.
Doorbell footage captured a couple who police say scammed a 92-year-old Florida woman, stealing 13 gold rings they claimed were fakes.
A grandmother with a gut feeling ended up beating a scammer at his own game. Tom Walters has the details.
A mother smashed a window so that her baby could be rescued from a low-rise building fire in Etobicoke.