Farmers in southern Ontario say they are fed up with a selfie fad that has caused thousands of dollars in damages.
School buses may be parked for the summer, but come fall, they will be equipped with a new lighting system to catch drivers' attention.
Strawberry pickers at Barrie Hill Farms saw more than fresh berries when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited.
Police warn anyone selling items using social media to be cautious after a vehicle theft Wednesday morning in Barrie.
Police in Barrie reunited a toddler with her mother after she was spotted wandering outside Wednesday morning.
Provincial police say a workplace incident in Kawartha Lakes sent one woman to the hospital with serious injuries.
Police are investigating after four suspects in a pickup truck disabled a marina security gate and drove off with a trailer and boat in Tay Township.
The founder of Innisfil Pride faces serious allegations of sexual offences.
Ten cats have died in a fire in Parry Sound.
Pack up the lawn chairs, popcorn and a can of peas.
A retired Coldwater man said he had to do a double-take when he won $50,000 with his Ontario 49 lottery ticket.
A new online portal allows patients to access and review hospital medical information, notes, test results and medical history from any device.
With nine English lavender varieties stretching across three acres, the large Creemore farm is in prime purple lavender bloom between mid-June to mid-August.
Conservative Party of Canada's leadership committee has disqualified Patrick Brown from the Conservative leadership race.
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit highlighted the dangers of all-terrain vehicles in its survey released on Tuesday's National Injury Prevention Day.
The cost of filling up your gas tank will be a lot less painful on Thursday throughout most of Ontario.
Ryan Somes and Anthea Stanley were, by most standards, living a successful life in Toronto. With two kids under six, the couple had a home in Trinity Bellwoods and held high-end positions in the finance industry. But something still felt amiss, they said.
Innisfil friends are running their second annual charity garage sale - aptly named Innisfil's Biggest Garage Sale.
Pack up the lawn chairs, popcorn and a can of peas.
The Soldiers' Foundation Not So Classic Golf Tournament is celebrating 25 years of raising money for its namesake Soldiers' Memorial Hospital in Orillia.
The city's Summer Fun and Nature Play trailers will pop up at city parks and recreation facilities across Barrie in July and August.
Swimming season officially opens at Barrie's beaches
The skies will be lit up on Friday for Canada Day, with fireworks displays planned for several areas across the region.
A Barrie company may have found the secret to joy, if not happiness.
The Sadlon Arena in Barrie was packed with proud families, teachers and staff Tuesday afternoon as Bear Creek Secondary School graduates walked the stage.
Ontario's New Democrats are calling on the provincial government to share its plan for expanded fourth COVID-19 vaccine doses.
Public-sector teachers in Ontario will see their wages increase by more than one per cent as legislation aimed at capping compensation for those workers is set to expire later this year.
A longtime Toronto legislator has been named interim leader of Ontario's New Democrats as the Official Opposition party gears up for a leadership contest.
A few Ontario cities and towns are now offering to pay tourists to encourage them to stay overnight this summer.
As thieves continue to steal catalytic converters by cutting them off cars, it doesn’t really matter how old your vehicle is or what kind of shape it's in.
Ontario drivers could soon see the end of 'unfair' insurance policies with premiums based on postal codes, Premier Doug Ford said Thursday.
Ontario gas prices are about to take a huge drop and one expert says it will be 'well worth waiting' if drivers can hold off on filling up.
An Ontario man says he's frustrated with his bank after almost 500,000 of his travel points disappeared.
Ontario is more than doubling the maximum rate a landlord can raise a tenant's rent next year – marking the highest rent increase guideline in the province in a decade.
A Nexus card is supposed to help put low-risk Canadians on the fast track when crossing the U.S. border, but at least 330,000 Canadians aren’t sure when their applications will be processed.
A recently opened tunnel is offering visitors a brand new view of Niagara Falls.
As gas prices and food costs continue to escalate and another interest rate hike is expected next month, many Canadians are wondering if a recession is coming and how to prepare for a possible economic downturn.
Ontario’s Ministry of Labour is investigating how a Toronto construction worker ended up hanging from a crane. Adrian Ghobrial reports.
A well-known Ukrainian paramedic who was held prisoner by Russian and separatist forces for three months after being captured in the southeastern city of Mariupol has accused her guards of psychological and physical torture during her time in captivity.
Patrick Brown is alleging political corruption played a role in his disqualification from the Conservative Party of Canada's leadership race, a move that came following allegations that his campaign violated election financing rules.
Video has emerged showing a worker dangling in the air above a Toronto construction site after accidently getting entangled in a tagline attached to a crane.
While towns and villages around the capital of Kyiv have begun to rebuild after the Russians withdrew months ago and world powers discuss long-term recovery, others in eastern Ukraine still cannot sleep soundly.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected clamors for his resignation from his Cabinet and across the Conservative Party, digging in his heels Thursday even as dozens of officials quit and previously loyal allies urged him to go after yet another scandal engulfed his leadership.
Jailed American basketball star Brittney Griner returns to a Russian court on Thursday amid a growing chorus of calls for Washington to do more to secure her release nearly five months after she was arrested on drug charges.
The federal government has no intention of dropping the controversial ArriveCan app because it gives the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) key health information about travellers who test positive for COVID-19 through testing at airports and land borders, senior government sources tell CTV News.
Despite being disqualified by the Conservative Party of Canada from becoming its next leader, ousted candidate Patrick Brown's name will still appear on the ballot.
Air Canada said on Wednesday it will not allow animals in the baggage hold until Sept. 12 due to 'longer than usual' delays at airports, as carriers and airports wrestle with complaints over lost luggage and long lines.
Patrick Brown has been disqualified from the CPC leadership race; and, video emerges of worker hanging from a Toronto crane.