Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved a request for military assistance for southwestern Newfoundland, where road washouts from a punishing rainstorm have left the region cut off from the rest of the province.
Atlantic Canadians living along highways severed by this week's torrential rain say it's past time for governments to focus on retrofitting roads to ensure they can survive deluges that are predicted to become more frequent.
With doors opening at 8 a.m., some shoppers did line up early at Best Buy in Dartmouth Crossing, hoping to snag Black Friday deals in person.
Prince Edward Island held its first COVID-19 pediatric vaccine clinic Friday for children ages five to 11 years old.
Health officials in Nova Scotia are reporting 28 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, with 25 recoveries.
New Brunswick today launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign for children aged five to 11 as the province continued to see high numbers of new cases.
Three days before dumping day, a fire has destroyed a commercial lobster plant in Nova Scotia’s Digby County.
Horizon Health says more COVID-19 testing will be done at the Moncton Hospital Friday.
A provincial hotline has been set up for residents of southwestern Newfoundland still struggling in the wake of a punishing rainstorm that washed out the roads that connected the region with the rest of island.
The midge may be gone, but the insect has put some Christmas trees out of commission this year, since they need recovery time post-infestation.
The Grand Bay-Westfield RCMP is releasing more information as it continues its search for missing 76-year-old Paul Doughty of Musquash, N.B.
Friday is the first day children ages five to 11 in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island can get a COVID-19 vaccine.
A 56-year-old woman from Fredericton, N.B. has died following a two-vehicle collision in Allardville, N.B.
Nova Scotia announced they will fund an additional 277 inclusive education positions in this school year.
It's expected to cost millions to repair damage from a devastating storm this week in Nova Scotia.
After a second pedestrian fatality on a busy Dartmouth street in two-and-a-half years, people are calling for new safety measures.
Halifax Regional Police is asking members of the public to avoid the area around the 400 block of Herring Cove Road as officers are currently on the scene.
Students and faculty at Dalhousie University are seeking assurances the school’s new vaccination policy will be enforced next semester.
Police are investigating a suspicious circumstances call that took place Wednesday in Halifax.
It's been less than one week since the big reveal – re-introducing Woody the Talking Christmas Tree to a legion of fans – old and new.
With over 200 animals currently in their care, the PEI Humane Society has hit capacity.
Rehabilitation centres like, Nova Scotia's Hope for Wildlife, are expecting to receive many injured birds over the next couple of days after heavy rain and high winds made its way through the region.
It's only the first week of the Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign in the Fredericton-Oromocto region and they're already behind on donations.
Even though they were unearthed three decades ago, so far, only researchers have seen mastodon bones found here in the Maritimes.
When the alarm sounds and firefighters head out on a call, they never really know what's waiting for them.
The mother of a teen survivor of human trafficking says hearing of recent trafficking charges laid in another case in Bridgewater, N.S., brings back memories of the moment she learned the same thing had happened to her daughter.
A special delivery at Mic Mac Mall in Dartmouth, N.S. had social media buzzing with rumours Friday.
Project Nice List is an online campaign aimed at helping people feel the magic of Christmas through creative daily challenges.
Members of the Maritime Black community watched closely as justice was served in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
The co-author of a new study released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives said the lack of progress made addressing child poverty is alarming.
A group of curlers in Fredericton, N.B. who recently beat the Guinness World Record for the longest curling game are now setting a new goal for themselves.
On the night of Nov. 11, Belly Busters Pizza & Donair, on Nova Scotia’s Membertou First Nation, was badly damaged in a fire.
Environmentalist and TV host David Suzuki apologized Thursday for comments he made about exploding pipelines.
The mayor of a small Ontario town defended its decision to keep a famous weather-prognosticating groundhog's death a secret for about a year, saying she was protecting the 'Wiarton Willie brand.'
Walmart says it will remove sexually explicit toys placed in the children's section of its website after a woman shopping for a gift for her young nephew came across the graphic products.
Two Jeopardy! contestants who were stumped by a clue about Ottawa have been offered an all-expenses-paid trip to the capital.
From ice balls to now ice pancakes, water in Manitoba is showing the unique shapes it can make.
Three Ontario friends are now $21 million richer after winning the Lotto 6/49 jackpot after playing together for 16 years.
The string of deaths in a tight-knit community in Laval is exactly the kind of scenario that Montreal-area public health officials have been trying to avoid, for months, by finding and swaying groups with high vaccine resistance around the city.
An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.
The City of Gulfport, Miss., shared a video in which a firefighter demonstrates the dangers of deep-frying a frozen turkey.
Canada will be banning the entry of all foreign nationals who have travelled through southern Africa in the last 14 days as concerns over a new coronavirus variant grow.
Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the world raced Friday to contain a new coronavirus variant potentially more dangerous than the one that has fueled relentless waves of infection on every continent.
South African scientists have identified a new version of the coronavirus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in COVID-19 infections in Gauteng, the country’s most populous province. It’s unclear where the new variant actually arose, but it was first detected by scientists in South Africa and has also been seen in travellers to Hong Kong and Botswana.
Canada's chief public health officer says the federal government will follow up with its counterparts in Hong Kong over one of their confirmed cases of the new COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Premier Jason Kenney says he is supporting the federal government’s decision to ban all foreign nationals from entering Canada from several African countries but a prominent emergency room doctor says Alberta should take additional steps.
Authorities have released more details on the active shooter situation that sent the community of Vanderhoof, B.C., into lockdown Thursday, including an alarming account of bullets "flying past work stations" at the local RCMP detachment.
BioNTech SE said on Friday it expects more data on a worrying new coronavirus variant detected in South Africa within two weeks to help determine whether its vaccine produced with partner Pfizer Inc would have to be reworked. Meanwhile, Moderna Inc said in a statement it is working to advance a booster candidate tailored to the new variant.
Health Canada approval for COVID-19 vaccines for babies and toddlers could take place in early 2022, according to Canada’s chief medical officer of health.
The federal government will be tabling an enhanced version of their bill to ban conversion therapy on Monday, CTVNews.ca has learned.
B.C. officials hope repairs are enough for the forecasted rain on the way. CTV’s Heather Wright reports.
The federal government is announcing new measures to prevent the spread of a new variant emerging out of South Africa.
The federal government is presenting a new bill that it says would protect workers from protests, harassment.
Princeton, B.C. Mayor Spencer Coyne speaks on the flood situation in his town, and calls on the federal government to help fund rebuilding.