The CAT ferry, which sails between Yarmouth, N.S., and Bar Harbour, Maine, has sold more than 20,000 tickets so far this year, that’s up from the 15,100 tickets sold as of June 7.
Canada Day weekend fireworks have sparked more calls to either regulate or ban backyard fireworks displays in Nova Scotia.
Over 90,000 Prince Edward Island residents will see a top-up in their bank accounts to help alleviate the pressure of record inflation rates affecting the cost of living in the province.
Whether its airlines, airports, or the federal government’s ArriveCan app, who to blame for the chaos facing Canada’s travel industry continues to be a question for thousands of passengers.
One person has died and another person was taken to hospital after a weekend fire in Cape Breton.
From his favorite coffee spot on Spring Garden Road - George Gillmore appreciates the efforts to make the street quieter, but on day one, he's not sure those efforts are working.
A day after a Nova Scotia woman shared her story about driving her son to the hospital after waiting for an ambulance, her provincial politician is calling for better services and accountability.
Nova Scotia’s top doctor says remaining COVID-19 restrictions for the general public will be lifted Wednesday.
Members of the Clark's Harbour Coast Guard responded to a mayday broadcast early Monday morning.
Calls are increasing across the Maritimes for governments to tackle labour shortages in the health-care sector, as hospitals are being forced to close emergency rooms now that weary staff are taking summer vacations to recover from pandemic-related stress.
An Edmonton flight bound for Halifax never made it to its destination after a landing gear sustained damage during takeoff Monday afternoon.
A new study of the distribution of the endangered great white shark in Canadian waters says an underwater detection network suggests the population remains stable but is not growing.
The former head of the Atlantic Better Business Bureau (BBB) has pleaded guilty to two child sex-related charges.
New Brunswick's education minister is lashing out at Air Canada, saying the airline is incompetent because it decided on the weekend to cancel a Monday flight that would have taken him and four officials to a meeting in Regina.
As costs continue to rise, many are looking for a side-hustle to make some extra cash, and some have been turning to their personal cars.
The initial reluctance of governments, federal and provincial, to appoint a public inquiry into the N.S. mass shooting, was difficult to understand. It took the heartfelt pleas of the victims’ families and the fast rising tide of public opinion to make the politicians act.
A lack of programs to certify lifeguards amid the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to the industry-wide shortage seen in Canada, a Toronto city official says.
Roller disco hit its peak in the 70s and 80s, but for many, the thrill of gliding on four wheels is still very present.
When Cooper Coats first stepped foot on the rugby field in grade 12, he had little idea he would eventually lace up his cleats to represent Canada.
Lieutenant-Colonel Rhonda Matthews is still adjusting to the attention she's been getting as Parade Commander at the Nova Scotia International Tattoo.
In the seaside community of Bateston, N.S., the Bates families have left their mark for over 200 years, especially Pat Bates.
A beloved Labrador retriever puppy owned by a New Brunswick fire department has died.
A teenage filmmaker in Nova Scotia is celebrating after winning an award for her short film, “No Pun Intended."
The May Garden Chinese Restaurant in Bedford, N.S., has introduced 'Bella' to its team -- a robot that helps deliver customers' orders to their tables.
There are over 30,000 people buried inside Moncton's Elmwood Cemetery, and roughly 340 of them are Canadian veterans.
The first three panels dropped in dramatic fashion to reveal the long hidden face of Prince Edward Island’s Province House.
The stage is set for what promises to be a more normal Canada Day in Fredericton, N.B. Final preparations were underway at the city’s exhibition grounds, where festivities begin Thursday night.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Halifax band The Mellotones will be headlining a show at the TD Halifax Jazz Festival.
A Fredericton artist is using her artistic abilities to shine a little light on homeless shelters across the city this summer.
The family of an Ottawa man killed in a Canada Day crash in the west end says Tom Bergeron died exactly as he lived: selflessly thinking of others before himself.
It's been 25 years since Saskatchewan's last residential school closed, but some are still healing.
After becoming a casualty of a major downsizing at work, Robert Mah converted his minivan into a solar-powered mobile office and drove from Ontario to Victoria, B.C.
When Dan Fine returned from his first trip volunteering at animal shelters on the Polish-Ukrainian border in late April, he immediately felt compelled to return to continue helping pets that have been left behind in the war.
A 125-year-old sailboat is set to return to the waters of British Columbia after being landlocked for more than 20 years.
A social media campaign to help find a compatible stem cell donor for a four-year-old girl in Montreal is putting a spotlight on the lack of diversity in donor lists.
Raptors Republic Andrew Damelin discusses the odds Kevin Durant gets traded to the Toronto Raptors and who would have to go the other way.
Simple advice from a friend to stay near the door may have saved Yenifer Yulisa Cardona Tomás from the deadly fate that befell 53 other migrants when they were abandoned trapped in a sweltering semi-trailer last week on the edge of San Antonio. The 20-year-old from Guatemala's capital said it was already hot on June 27 when she stepped out of the warehouse on the Texas side of the Mexico border where she had been waiting and climbed into the back of the trailer.
Tamara Lich, an organizer of the 'Freedom Convoy,' is set to appear in an Ottawa court today for a bail hearing after being arrested last week for allegedly breaching one of her bail conditions.
The 17-year-old daughter of the Toronto Blue Jays' first base coach died in a 'terrible accident' while tubing in the U.S. this weekend.
Chinese authorities have blocked Canadian government representatives from attending the trial of Chinese-Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua, the Canadian embassy said on Tuesday.
Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall was in contact with a key organizer of the Freedom Convoy anti-mandate protest, providing strategic advice before and after the Ottawa occupation began, according to court records obtained by CTV News.
COVID-19 cases are rising again in Canada, with the two fast-spreading Omicron sub-variants known as BA.4 and BA.5 to blame. CTVNews.ca has a guide to what you need to know about the new variants.
One of the twin brothers who was killed in a shootout with police outside a bank in Saanich, B.C., last week had applied to join the Canadian Armed Forces but was rejected, a military spokesperson confirmed Monday.
Highland Park's police chief said the 22-year-old man identified as a person of interest in the shooting that killed at least six people, wounded at least 30 and sent hundreds of people fleeing from an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago on Monday has been taken into custody.
A 41-year-old man will be charged with kidnapping and rape after an Edmonton girl who was missing for more than a week was found, Oregon City Police said.
Six people are dead and dozens are injured in a shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Illinois. Richard Madan reports.