Firefighters in Muskoka Lakes battled frigid temperatures for four hours Tuesday while trying to put out a blaze that caused $1-million worth of damage.
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.
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.
Wicked weather conditions wreaked havoc for drivers on Highway 400, with multiple vehicle collisions on Tuesday.
COVID-19 infection rates skyrocket in Muskoka for the first time in nearly two years as hospitals reach capacity.
One person is in critical condition after a crash involving a pickup truck and SUV east of Sutton Tuesday.
Canada Post issue a red delivery service alert for Barrie on Tuesday because of the inclement weather and snow.
The OPP is asking the public for help in its investigation after two dogs were found dead from apparent gunshot wounds in the Municipality of Dysart et al last fall.
The Simcoe Muskoka health unit reports five COVID-19-related deaths and nine new hospitalizations Tuesday.
A transport truck carrying boxes of alcohol skidded off Highway 11 north of Huntsville Tuesday.
An Innisfil senior faces impaired driving charges after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 89 west of Highway 400 on Monday.
A once-popular camp in Midhurst, Ont. may be brought back to life, giving people the chance to learn about nature and the area’s heritage
A drawing created by a Grade 10 Midland student is being displayed in the Royal Ontario Museum's online exhibit.
Police remind snowmobilers to stay on marked trails after reports of sledders riding on the Muskoka River near the High Falls area in Bracebridge.
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.
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.
The Bank of Canada is keeping its key interest rate target on hold at 0.25 per cent, but warning it won't stay there for much longer.
Russia warned Wednesday it would quickly take 'retaliatory measures' if the U.S. and its allies reject its security demands over NATO and Ukraine, raising pressure on the West amid concerns that Moscow is planning to invade its neighbour.
Scientists and health officials around the world are keeping their eyes on a descendant of the Omicron variant that has been found in at least 40 countries, including the United States.
A third of North American students think the Holocaust was exaggerated or fabricated, according to a new study.
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.
With the announcement that Russia plans to hold a live-fire naval exercise next month off the coast of Ireland, aspects of military maritime law have come under scrutiny. CTVNews.ca has an expert explain everything you need to know.
As the global pandemic enters its third year, initiatives like Bell Let's Talk Day aims to help people of all backgrounds and age groups struggling with the mental health, especially amid the impact of COVID-19.
The world's first medical trial authorized to deliberately expose participants to the coronavirus is seeking more volunteers as it steps up efforts to help develop better vaccines.
A grandmother with a gut feeling ended up beating a scammer at his own game. Tom Walters has the details.