One person has died and another was taken to the hospital after police say they fell off a seadoo into Lake Simcoe in Ramara Township.
One person was airlifted to hospital, and another person was seriously injured in a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 11 Thursday afternoon.
Mohamad Lilo is charged with attempted murder, attempted kidnapping and kidnapping related to the disappearance of Elnaz Hajtamiri; who hasn’t been seen or heard from since Jan. 12.
Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) is welcoming a group of nine new residents starting their final two years of medical training as the push for new doctors continues.
Two siblings have reunited after 73 years apart.
The builder behind the Friday Harbour resort in Innisfil is looking to make some changes to its construction phase requirements.
A new 'value-focused' Canadian airline just received official approval from Transport Canada to start flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport this month.
House prices in sought-after areas in Ontario continue to hold steady and even increase, according to a new report.
Nancy Moses loves to run, so gathering a dozen children together in 2010 for a one-kilometre race around Wilson Street in Innisfil seemed like a fun thing to do.
An annual golf tournament that supports a local hospital is underway in Port Severn today.
After two years of a pandemic-related reduction in fundraising, A&W is happy to announce it’s once again hosting Burgers to Beat MS Day.
It's a cast call for performers to celebrate Culture Days in Barrie.
Alexander Jolly, accused of shooting a young mother in Newmarket, is still on the run three weeks after her death as the woman's former partner urges the public to help track the man responsible down.
Fairty has a three-generation green thumb inherited from her grandfather, who ran a sod farm in Markham.
The CNE returns this Friday in full force and with it, a slate of carnival-worthy foods sure to shock and amaze your taste buds. Here’s a rundown of some of the offerings this year.
A driver near Orangeville had to leave his truck and walk home after police said he was stopped for towing an unsafe load.
The hub of recreation in Orillia is having its official opening Friday.
Thanks to a donation by the Kiwanis Club of Orillia, Hospice Orillia has expanded its Equine Bereavement Support Group to include younger participants.
Cadets from Blackdown were at Six Mile Lake learning how to handle canoes in all conditions.
The Ruff Mudder Canine Obstacle Adventure adds two things to your dog's life that they desperately want: to spend a full day with you, in the mud.
An aquatic wheelchair was added recently to the Alliston Rotary Pool.
Kathleen Doherty is travelling to Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to summit the Uhuru Peak in September.
The Edenvale Aerodrome is holding an open house Saturday, where a full-size replica of the Avro Arrow will be on display.
Ontario health-care workers, advocates and politicians say they are "deeply troubled" by the slew of health-care and long-term care announcements released Thursday.
About 60 per cent of Toronto’s non-profit childcare centres have opted into the federal government’s $10 a day program ahead of a Sept. 1 deadline but the uptake among for-profit centres has lagged behind.
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Concerns are being raised about the sale of a screwdriver that looks like a replica handgun available at a popular auto retailer across Canada.
One of the largest music festivals in Canada was scheduled to be this weekend. But instead, it was cancelled for the third year in a row.
Parents of young children may need a prescription for over-the-counter fever and pain medication due to a shortage at some pharmacies, Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children is warning.
When Airbnb first launched 14 years ago, it changed the way many people book their vacations as they travel locally and around the world.
A community of about 200 townhouse condominium units has been told that $3.5 million is needed for renovations and individual unit owners will have to pay their share.
The Ontario government is planning to move forward with several tax credits that could provide hundreds of dollars per year to residents.
A recent research report released by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries found that condo boards should be making sure there are enough reserve funds being budgeted to help pay for expensive repairs in the future.
A brand new BMX bike park has been built in Oshawa, after a previous 'fan made' park was closed and demolished. Siobhan Morris reports.
The owner of a historic church in Ottawa's Lowertown neighbourhood is evicting a group with ties to the 'Freedom Convoy' occupation planning to purchase the property this fall, in an apparent dispute over unpaid rent for the facility.
There is not enough evidence to open a formal church investigation into sexual assault allegations against a prominent Quebec cardinal, Pope Francis declared Thursday. Cardinal Marc Ouellet, an adviser to the Pope, has been accused of sexual misconduct in a class-action lawsuit filed earlier this week in Quebec Superior Court.
Apple disclosed serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices.
As rent prices rise, CTVNews.ca heard from a number of Canadians struggling to afford their homes. The surge in rent prices over the last few months has forced many to cut back on spending, with some having to relocate or move in with their parents.
One of the wolves that were released during an apparent break-in at the Greater Vancouver Zoo this week has been found dead, and another remains on the loose.
A month after an Ontario intensive care unit temporarily closed due to a “significant staff shortage,” the hospital has no timeline for when the ICU will re-open its doors.
A new study has found that three drugs, including the antiparasitic ivermectin, had no significant effects in treating low oxygen levels or preventing ER visits, hospitalization or death due to COVID-19.
Pharmacists and health care professionals are asking the public to only buy what they need and to be up to date on all their essential immunization shots to help with Tylenol, Advil shortages.
The Ontario gov’t has released its ‘Plan to Stay Open,’ in order to stabilize the health-care system.