Police in Clearview Township are currently on scene at a major collision involving a tractor-trailer and passenger vehicle.
An Orangeville man is facing drug possession and assault charges after police say they caught a suspect harassing a business twice in the same day.
More than 50 cows were killed in a fire that broke out at a barn in Essa Township on Sunday afternoon.
Singer and actor Olivia Newton-John, who was best known for playing Sandy in the film 'Grease,' has died at the age of 73, according to her husband.
The Canada Revenue Agency says it will be sending e-notifications about uncashed cheques to 25,000 Canadians this month.
OPP officers in Midland say two men face weapons and drug charges after a late-night vehicle stop on Sunday.
Officers from the OPP's Grey Bruce detachment are investigating after recovering the body of a missing person from a lake.
Georgian College is introducing a new micro-credential program to address the labour shortages experienced in the hospitality and tourism sectors.
Police in Angus said a 46-year-old man is facing an impaired driving charge after a truck crashed into a ditch.
Students in Ontario schools will not be required to wear masks come the fall semester, the Ministry of Education confirmed Monday.
As part of the Love Your Laneways project, fifty-two mini murals were commissioned by the town of Midland and painted by Simcoe County artists.
A housing correction which has already led to four consecutive months of price declines in the previously overheated Greater Toronto Area market could end up becoming 'one of the deepest of the past half a century,' a new report from RBC warns.
A man is in hospital after crashing into a rock wall on Muskoka Road 38 near Bracebridge on Sunday.
As the second day of a heat-warning continued for much of southern Ontario, many Barrie residents were looking to stay cool.
A $25 ticket provides a wristband passport to the tours' gardens while also supporting Hospice Huronia's bereavement support program
The multi-day search for a missing man in Georgian Bay Township has ended.
An ATV rider was left with life-threatening injuries after a rollover in Ramara Township on Saturday.
Effective Monday, Aug. 8, admitted patients are allowed one visitor per day, seven days a week for three hours. Previously visitors could only remain with a patient for one hour.
The Orillia District Chamber of Commerce’s Waterfront Festival takes place on Aug. 5-7.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers laid more than 4,200 speeding charges and nearly 100 stunt/racing charges over the long weekend.
The Coldwater Steampunk Festival kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Saturday with festival organizers promising an incredible line-up of live entertainment, street art, birds of prey, duelling knights, a time machine, and a hot air balloon.
Downtown Open Air Dunlop is in its third season of inviting residents to the downtown core to shop and enjoy the buskers and performers.
Through the FedDev Ontario program, Republic Live received a repayable loan of $3 million to help run its Boots and Hearts Music Festival August 4 to 7.
The Alliston Potato Festival's focus is to showcase Alliston and show appreciation for the organizations that make Alliston a farming heritage site.
Politicians returned to Ontario's legislature on Monday and re-elected the Speaker, a day ahead of the government presenting a throne speech and a re-introduced budget.
Here's what you need to know as Ontario's politicians return to Queen's Park.
Premier Doug Ford is once again calling on the federal government for financial support in the face of a growing hospital staffing crisis that has seen some Ontario hospitals close their doors in recent weeks.
Canadian homeowners who use propane to heat their homes will have to pay a lot more to stay warm this winter.
Health Canada is warning the public about counterfeit rapid antigen test kits after several were sold in Ontario.
A credit card chargeback is something a consumer can do if they want to dispute a credit card charge because it was fraudulent or they didn’t receive the item.
An Ontario woman was nearly the victim of a resume scam after being contacted by someone claiming to be a recruiter.
Toronto Pearson International Airport took to social media to share a new tip on how to “save time” when travelling back into the country.
A couple from New Zealand who spent more than $4,500 to rent an Airbnb in Toronto were evicted by police in the middle of the night after a man showed up claiming the unit was his.
If you see a price that seems too good to be true - it probably is.
A Toronto woman said she was still dealing with the grief of her husband’s death last month when she found out her insurance company had increased her premiums.
From the CTV News archives: Watch Canada AM host Beverly Thomson's one-on-one interview with Olivia Newton-John in 2014.
Bill Graham, who served as foreign affairs minister when Canada decided against joining the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, has died at the age of 83.
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino is defending the RCMP’s yearslong and undisclosed use of spyware capable of accessing cell phone and computer microphones, cameras and other data as part of dozens of major investigations. Testifying before a parliamentary committee on Monday, Mendicino said the national police force's use of these tools has only be permitted in 'the most serious offences.'
Saskatoon police say a woman who had been reported missing is facing charges in the United States related to unauthorized use of identification and in Canada related to parental abduction and public mischief.
Sources close to the government's proposed $5.3 billion dental care program say the Liberals are planning a temporary solution that involves giving money directly to patients in order to keep their promise to the NDP while they work on a more permanent answer.
Actors, musicians, politicians and fans are reacting to the news of Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Olivia Newton-John's passing at 73.
One day after Montreal Pride abruptly cancelled the parade just hours before it was set to begin, organizers didn't have much to say about how poorly they managed the festival's marquee event. And now there are concerns about how the embarrassing mistake could hurt the city's reputation.
A suspect already in handcuffs has allegedly managed to overpower a Toronto police officer and steal their SUV, sending police on a wild early morning chase.