Friends of a man who died waiting for care inside the Moncton Hospital’s ER waiting room this past week held a demonstration Saturday outside the building, demanding answers and action.
A Moncton family is breathing a sigh of relief after police misidentified a body found, but questions remain about how law enforcement made the serious mix-up.
A new proposal from Nova Scotia Power would see electricity rates rise nearly 14 per cent by 2024, despite efforts to limit increases by the province.
Fire crews in the Halifax area had battled a fire at a steel yard off of Prospect Road Saturday morning.
Prince Edward Island’s landscape took a beating from post-tropical storm Fiona in September. Now, new funding has been dedicated to protect habitats and species on the island and across the country.
A man and a woman have been charged after a string of thefts in Halifax.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Cape Breton and police joined forces on Saturday in an effort to keep roads safe over the holidays.
The two host provinces for next month's world junior hockey championship are requiring the sport's governing body to oversee anti-harassment and sexual assault prevention training for all staff and players ahead of the tournament.
A bright touring exhibit highlighting Nova Scotia's most famous folk artist has landed in Halifax.
A man and a woman, both from New Brunswick, have died following a three-vehicle collision involving a tractor trailer in Beresford, N.B., Friday morning.
The director of a Moncton overdose prevention site says New Brunswick's decades-long inaction on homelessness is responsible for the death of a man who could not access a shelter bed.
The Nova Scotia government is providing $10.9 million to transit service providers throughout the province to help offset fare revenue lost from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Homelessness has become a major concern in Moncton, N.B., over the past two years with advocates estimating there are almost 600 people currently living on the streets.
Twenty-year-old Chris Metallic went missing exactly ten years ago and his family is still searching for answers about what happened to him.
The Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project in Labrador has run into more problems.
With so many families struggling to pay for groceries and fuel this year, charities are likely to experience increased demand even as donations drop.
She's been the face of hospital care for kids in Cape Breton this year, so it’s only fitting that Molly Wadden's likeness is on the cover of the 2022 “Give Where You Live” Christmas catalogue by the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Foundation.
The beloved musical celebrating Prince Edward Island’s favourite fictional heroine will no longer be an annual production.
A newly released survey conducted on Canadians’ streaming habits reveals that Nova Scotia and Prince Edward residents do the most binge-watching in Canada.
A bakery in Halifax's north end provides not only gluten-free foods, but also opportunities for people who may struggle to find work.
It’s been almost 50 years since disco-funk group Boney M. rose to stardom with international hits. Original band member Liz Mitchell, who is currently touring with the group, says a new generation is now enjoying their iconic tunes years later.
An astronomer at Saint Mary’s University explains why some Maritimers saw fiery streaks flying through the sky Sunday night.
The effects of climate change are being felt up and down the Maritimes' coastlines, in particular on Prince Edward Island, where Hurricane Fiona revealed just how vulnerable the island is to coastal erosion.
The “Be a Santa to a Senior” campaign is back for another holiday season this year, giving gifts to seniors in need.
The hockey world continues to mourn a Toronto Maple Leafs legend and Swedish pioneer who died this week after battling ALS.
As it gets progressively colder, the urgency to get people off the streets grows -- an urgency that is not lost on emergency shelters around the Maritimes.
With just a few days left for Movember, a New Brunswick man has made a drastic change to his appearance to help keep an important conversation at the forefront.
A trailer filled with potatoes, carrots, turnip and milk from Prince Edward Island arrived at a Cape Breton food bank Wednesday during a time when the need is high.
While Canada's 1-0 World Cup loss to Belgium was not the result fans hoped for, many remain firmly in Canada’s corner.
The Pizza Mill in Salisbury, N.B., is donating non-perishable items to the local food bank with the help of the community.
Several people in Manitoba got a clear look at a celestial sight Thursday night. A meteor was caught streaking across the sky in the province, with cameras catching it in Winnipeg and other areas north of the city.
While working along the Lake Erie shoreline last weekend, a photographer from Ingersoll captured something unexpected. 'It took me hours to go through them all but I found a couple I really liked and that one stood out,' said Cody Evans.
An organizer of the 'Freedom Convoy' says he's planning a reunion in Ottawa in February. James Bauder, the founder of Canada Unity, a group that called for an end to all vaccine mandates, posted on Facebook calling for a 'Freedom Convoy 2.0' Feb. 17 to 21 in Ottawa.
It was a strange situation in one southern Alberta community on Thursday where police were called to help wrangle some runaway ostriches.
Melissa Sheridan says she went from a respected Sudbury businesswoman to social pariah after she was charged in 2020 with murdering her ex-husband, Brant Burke.
After testing positive for a gene that puts her at high risk for breast cancer, coupled with her family’s medical history, Jannelle Chemko says it’s not a matter of if she’ll get the disease, but when.
When Vera Page realized she had won the Lotto Max $60 million grand prize, she had a difficult time convincing herself she hit the jackpot.
Ontario photographer Cody Evans has gained national attention for capturing a photograph of a wave that many viewers think has a face.
Canada’s military forces are 'ready' to meet their commitments should Russia's war in Ukraine spread to NATO countries, but it would be a 'challenge' to launch a larger scale operation in the long term, with ongoing personnel and equipment shortages, according to Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre.
Protests against China's restrictive COVID-19 measures appeared to roil in a number of cities Saturday night, in displays of public defiance fanned by anger over a deadly fire in the western Xinjiang region.
A 12-year-old boy is dead after playing Russian Roulette with peers in Jackson, Miss., police say.
Alcohol and speed were factors in a tragic collision that killed three junior hockey players in B.C.'s Lower Mainland last year, according to a coroner's report.
In less than 24 hours, Canada returns to the men’s FIFA World Cup for its next group stage match against Croatia. CTVNews.ca takes a look at what you need to know ahead of the game on Sunday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country's ultimate goal is to possess the world's most powerful nuclear force, as he promoted dozens of military officers involved in the recent launch of North Korea's largest ballistic missile, state media reported on Sunday.
A passenger went missing from a Carnival cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico. Quick thinking and a 'miracle' saved the man's life.
With a seemingly endless list of choices, finding the right toy this holiday season may seem like a daunting task. Industry observers share the toys that caught their eyes this year.
Health officials across the country have stopped short of issuing mask mandates, despite rising cases of flu, RSV and COVID-19 in many regions. CTVNews.ca looks into how each province and territory is approaching whether to require masks in indoor public spaces.