A woman faces impaired driving charges following a collision that seriously injured multiple people at Bayview Drive and Mapleview Drive East in Barrie Thursday evening.
More than two dozen firefighters battled flames and heavy smoke after a fire erupted at an industrial site in Bracebridge.
It's the season of giving, and the South Simcoe Police Service is truly getting in the spirit of the season.
Turkey farmers are sounding the alarm as the avian flu spreads, killing birds across the country, leaving many left to find alternatives for Christmas dinner.
Firefighters credit working smoke alarms and a quick-thinking neighbour for waking tenants after a fire broke out at a residential and commercial building in Creemore.
City of Orillia councillors are taking steps to reopen Rotary Place after closing the recreational facility when a case of Legionnaires' disease was linked to the water cooling tower earlier this month.
Georgian College takes steps toward Truth and Reconciliation through a new Indigenization strategy launched this week.
An Aurora resident hit big after he matched the last six of seven Encore numbers in the Oct. 14 Lotto Max draw.
A new clinic focused on respiratory illnesses has officially opened its doors in Collingwood.
Parts of the Northbound lane on Highway 11 between Southwood Road and Sparrow Lake Road in Severn Bridge remain closed following a vehicle fire.
Strong winds are expected in much of Simcoe County, Grey Bruce and Parry Sound-Muskoka this weekend.
Parking in downtown Barrie will be free of charge throughout December as a way to support local businesses during the holidays.
Barrie residents are being called on to let the City know how they want their tax dollars spent.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford was in Clarington, Ont., Friday to mark the beginning of site preparation for Canada’s first grid-scale small modular reactor (SMR) at the Darlington nuclear site.
Police in Barrie are investigating a serious collision in the city's south end.
The dry cleaning industry is calling on the government for help as its future remains uncertain.
With a little more than two weeks to go, the South Simcoe Police Service is lending a big helping hand to CTV's Toy Mountain Campaign.
A Barrie teenager wants to help deliver Christmas cheer to Ukrainian refugee children living in Poland.
The rain, sleet and cold conditions on Wednesday didn't stop hundreds of people from braving the elements to watch the CP Holiday Train roll into Springwater Township.
A free clothing depot in Innisfil returns in January to help those in need.
Christmas for Kids officially kicked off its 2022 Toy Drive at Town Hall campaign.
A registered food charity in Barrie is raising money to deliver food boxes to those in need this holiday season.
Friday Harbour Resort in Innisfil is welcoming back its Christmas market for the second straight year.
A local animal shelter is bringing back its holiday adoption campaign for those thinking about giving a furry friend a forever home.
Soccer fans are invited to cheer on Canada in the final World Cup game at Barrie City Hall.
Mariposa House Hospice is turning to the public for support through its Angel Tree project.
Ontario has no plans to allow homes to be built on floodplains, Premier Doug Ford said Friday after the federal environment minister warned Ottawa would not provide disaster compensation where development is greenlit in areas prone to flooding.
More than 12,000 people have signed a petition calling for the reversal of a new fee structure in Ontario that significantly reduces the amount some doctors get paid to provide virtual care.
Premier Doug Ford says Ontario’s auditor general needs to 'stay in her lane' after she ordered a casino-sting operation in the province.
CTV’s Adam Sawatsky explains how former B.C. premier John Horgan kindled an everlasting friendship at a Tim Hortons.
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc says the federal government is taking a wait-and-see approach to whether it may intervene when it comes to Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s sovereignty act, but that it is not the focus at the moment.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says her government is crafting changes to be debated next week to reverse the part of a bill that gives her cabinet unfettered power to rewrite laws behind closed doors without legislature approval.
Russian authorities rejected a price cap on the country's oil set by Ukraine's Western supporters and threatened Saturday to stop supplying the nations that endorsed it.
It was a monumental occasion when Canada stepped onto soccer’s biggest stage in Qatar, and while its World Cup campaign ended miserably, there is still hope moving forward. CTVNews.ca takes a look at the three talking points ahead of the next World Cup in 2026.
Refugee advocates are raising concerns that Afghan refugees granted asylum in Canada are being burdened by escalating costs stemming from the government’s delay in processing their claims.
None of the officers who responded to the altercation that led to the death of Const. Shaelyn Yang committed an offence, according to B.C.'s police watchdog.
A driver working for FedEx was arrested and charged Friday in the kidnapping and killing of a 7-year-old girl who had disappeared from her home's driveway in Texas earlier this week, police said.
Dozens of Muslim philanthropic groups are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure that the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman office can access all the information it needs to conduct a systemic review of how the Canada Revenue Agency treats and audits Muslim-led charities.
After some people expressed confusion online over what languages Canada Post will accept from Canadians writing to Santa this holiday season, the corporation says it accepts letters in any language.
A Calgary child’s hospice centre relocates staff to Alberta Children’s hospital; meanwhile, China loosens COVID-19 restrictions.