More than 48,000 customers were still without power in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Sunday around 3:30 p.m.
Nine days after Hurricane Fiona battered Prince Edward Island, tens of thousands remain without power, but with so many downed lines, electricity isn’t the only thing that needs to be fixed.
Most public schools in Prince Edward Island are ready to open Monday after being closed for all of last week following post-tropical storm Fiona.
Maritime tourism operators hit hard by Fiona are hoping for a return to form next week, with Thanksgiving coming up and fall foliage hitting its peak.
Workers in three out of four Atlantic Canadian provinces earning minimum wage will soon see a rise in their pay cheques.
Many Indigenous communities in Nova Scotia were celebrating Treaty Day on Saturday, marking the first day of Mi’kmaq History Month.
Saturday’s removal of the ArriveCan mandate is prompting a range of reactions, from relief to indifference, at one of New Brunswick and Maine’s busiest border crossings.
About 80 per cent of Cape Bretoners now have power back. Though Nova Scotia Power workers are putting in 16-hour days, others still have to wait.
Hundreds of people marched through the streets of Halifax on Saturday in response to the death of an Iranian woman who was detained for allegedly violating the country's forced veiling laws.
More help is on the way for Atlantic Canadians one week after post-tropical storm Fiona.
Prince Edward Island is still recovering from the impact of Hurricane Fiona, tens of thousands are still without power. That’s creating a great need for food and other essentials, which community groups are working to fill.
Employees who have suffered wage losses due to the destruction of post-tropical storm Fiona on Prince Edward Island are set to benefit from a new program by the provincial government.
Drums and singing could be heard at the Grand Parade in Halifax as many gathered in orange to honour residential school survivors and those who never returned home.
Major clean-up efforts continue in Cape Breton on Friday as many on the island remain in the dark.
CTV Atlantic's special coverage of post-tropical storm Fiona.
A perfect timing of sunset and the back edge of cloud associated with a stalled weather front near the Atlantic coastline of Nova Scotia came together Wednesday evening. The result was a spectacular sunset in parts of the region, complete with the clouds illuminated and aglow as the sun went down.
Canada Post is launching four new stamps showcasing Indigenous artists' visions for truth and reconciliation.
For those looking to buy an orange shirt ahead of Orange Shirt Day on Sept. 30, Indigenous designers are asking the public to make sure their purchase is actually going towards supporting the cause.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
In the first 24 hours following the storm, Hope for Wildlife welcomed 30 birds into their rehabilitation centre. Several birds have also been found with bite marks from cats and dogs.
Thanksgiving dinner will come with a hefty price tag for Canadians this year, according to data compiled by Dalhousie University's Agri-Food Analytics Lab.
An iconic sandstone rock formation in P.E.I and a striking solitary tree in Nova Scotia are among the natural landmarks destroyed by post-tropical storm Fiona.
The anticipated COVID-19 bivalent booster shot that specifically targets the Omicron variant is now available across Canada.
The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation has been marked with various events across New Brunswick this week, but at the Rothesay High School, it's the next chapter of the Minda Project.
Indigenous educators and students are taking back their talk with a teaching tool to reclaim a language taken away from past generations.
As a volunteer with the Association Plein Air Shediac Outdoors Association, Brown helps build, develop and maintain non-motorized trails in his community, which is why he's CTV Atlantic's Maritimer of The Month.
Well-known Cape Breton musician Fiona MacGillivray had been scheduled to perform on the island last weekend, but post-tropical storm Fiona had other plans.
Many staff, students, and volunteers spent Thursday morning at Ummah Masjid Community Centre in Halifax prepping warm meals for the community.
A kitten weathered the storm that hit the Maritimes this past weekend. Dumped on the side of the road before the storm hit the province, the kitten was found by a resident living in New Germany.
It’s been a difficult and stressful few days for Atlantic Canadians impacted by post-tropical storm Fiona, but in one Cape Breton community, it almost looks like a street party.
The Red Cross shelter has been averaging about 70 people per night for the first three days after the storm. Those numbers were down to 30 Monday night.
Indigenous leaders in Quebec are lamenting the fact that priorities for their communities have been largely ignored during the provincial election campaign.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge called one of the Toronto Blue Jays pitchers "a class act" for his instrumental role in returning Judge's historic home run ball to the Yankees on Wednesday night's game.
A five-year-old Hamilton boy battling brain cancer had one request: he wanted to see monsters. Earlier this month, 1,000 strangers made his wish come true.
An Alberta family north of Edmonton is paying tribute to their brother by preserving the land he loved.
A year ago, 39 miners at Vale's Totten Mine in the Sudbury, Ont. area were trapped underground for four days when a scoop bucket got jammed in the main shaft.
Fair tactics, dirty politics or just an election prank? London, Ont.'s Ward 10 incumbent Paul Van Meerbergen confirms that he no longer controls the website address listed on some of his election signs.
A Winnipeg family is upset after their child's school sent home a white shirt to wear on Thursday for the school's 100th anniversary, rather than an orange one to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Carmen Spagnola from Victoria, B.C. captured her journey on social media of growing a massive 323-pound pumpkin.
After two years of COVID-19 restrictions curbing Halloween, Canadians are expected to ramp up celebrations this year. But the rising cost of goods and ongoing supply chain issues could put a kink in demand for costumes, candy and decorations.
A passenger's cellphone automatically alerted responders after a car hit a tree early Sunday in a Nebraska crash that killed all six of its young occupants, authorities said.
Don't cry for me, Alberta, I was leaving anyway. It's Premier Jason Kenney's swan song message as he prepares to depart the province's top job, forced out by the very United Conservative Party he willed into existence.
A regional park in Coquitlam remained closed Sunday as crews continued to battle a growing wildfire.
Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw said Sunday he has been treated for two forms of cancer in the past year.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, a tight-knit coastal community in Fort Myers is coming to grips with devastation at their doorstep — and is working together to rebuild.
Aerial shots taken before and after the hurricane struck Florida show its catastrophic impact, with roofs ripped off homes and some buildings destroyed completely.
King Charles III has decided not to attend the international climate change summit in Egypt next month, fuelling speculation that the new monarch will have to rein in his environmental activism now that he has ascended the throne.