Nova Scotians could see some relief at the gas pumps Wednesday morning after the province's Utility and Review Board said it will be invoking its interrupter clause.
On Friday, federal counterparts notified Maritime officials of travellers who had already arrived in the region over the past 14 days from countries in southern Africa flagged by Ottawa – a list of nations that has grown as of Monday.
Twenty-five rallies took place across Nova Scotia Tuesday, all part of a day of action calling on the provincial government to support long-term care workers and residents.
New Brunswick is reporting 55 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, as well as 93 recoveries, as the total number of active cases drops to 667.
Nov. 30 is the last day for employees under two vaccination mandates in Nova Scotia to provide their employers proof of vaccination for COVID-19.
Health officials in Nova Scotia are reporting 61 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, along with 31 recoveries, increasing the total number of active infections in the province to 200.
The six Wolastoqey communities in New Brunswick filed a new version of their title claim in court Tuesday, focusing on corporations such as NB Power and forestry giant J.D. Irving that exploit resources on their traditional lands.
Health officials on Prince Edward Island are reporting one new case of COVID-19 on Tuesday and 29 active cases.
The crumbled highways and washed out bridges in Nova Scotia's Victoria County caught a bit of a break Monday night, even though the clouds unleashed another heavy rainfall.
A progress report released Tuesday says Nova Scotia is not moving quickly enough on recommendations to adopt forestry practices that reduce clear-cutting and preserve biodiversity.
An idled oil refinery in the town of Come By Chance, N.L., has new owners and a planned new life producing renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel beginning in mid-2022.
The Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth is forging ahead with plans to build up to 20 single occupant temporary emergency crisis shelters.
Nova Scotia's Health Department should consider ordering an independent review of how it serves Black people, a government official told an inquiry Tuesday.
The mayor of a small town on the southwestern tip of Newfoundland says it's time to have serious conversations about the impact of changing weather on communities like his, after another night of heavy rain.
Prince Edward Island's potato board is taking the province's spuds from the fields to the virtual realm in a new marketing campaign.
Nova Scotia RCMP confirmed to The Canadian Press Monday that all 22 victims of the April 2020 mass killing in the province were shot.
Police say a 32-year-old man in western Newfoundland is facing child pornography charges following the seizure of "child sex dolls."
The World Health Organization says the global risk from the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is 'very high' based on early evidence, and it could lead to surges with 'severe consequences.'
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge found 12 inmates guilty of aggravated assault on Monday in connection with a brutal attack inside a Halifax jail, saying there was an orchestrated plan to harm a newly arrived prisoner.
Sandra Rice can still recall making a child's cardigan back in 1971 and entering it in the Cape Breton Farmers Exhibition, where it took home second place. She never imagined that same sweater would reappear in her life 50 years later.
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.
Winding recycled wool into stars started as a way for Michelle Swan to manage her grief after her brother passed away from cancer.
To celebrate Giving Tuesday, Benny Locke dropped off a donation to Feed Nova Scotia on behalf of his co-workers at SNC-Lavalin.
Ruthie Allison has always loved the magic of Christmas and the lights and decorations that go with it. After last Christmas was complicated by COVID-19, Allison decided to hold onto that magic a little bit longer, in an effort to keep the pandemic blues at bay.
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.
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.
Thousands of handmade wreaths, meant for a ceremony to honour fallen servicemen and servicewomen at Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa, have been stolen.
Despite having a much smaller yield after harvest than usual, Saskatoon area farmer Blair Cummins was still able to fulfill his canola contract—with a little help.
A formal land acknowledgement was recited for the first time in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, which one of Manitoba's Grand Chiefs says is a momentous move to reset a badly tarnished relationship with the province.
A Western Australian man has been charged after an international police investigation, which started in Canada, resulted in the seizure of several kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a painting.
Abby Blaszczyk took her seven-year-old son to be vaccinated Sunday in North Bay, and the experience has left her and her young child upset, after they were harassed by anti-vaccination protestors.
Sky gazers in the northeast part of Winnipeg were treated to a weather phenomenon called a fallstreak hole.
Young athletes that are representing Canada for the field hockey Junior World Cup in South Africa are stranded after the federal government suddenly stopped all travel to several southern African countries last week.
Video shows a runaway horse galloping down a highway in Massachusetts before being safely captured by authorities on Nov. 30.
The answer was still 'yes' even after this proposal went wrong in Texas. The ring was found after a half-hour search.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Video from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution shows the rough weather a lifeboat had to go through amid Storm Arwen in the U.K.
Manitoba residents stopped on Sunday to look at a cloud with a giant, perfectly formed hole in it. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports
After 45 years in broadcasting, the legendary journalist's last appearance as Anchor of CTV NEWS AT SIX will be on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
A hypersonic cruise missile was fired on Nov. 18 amidst recent tensions between Russia and the West. *
Security camera footage shows a man narrowly dodging concrete blocks as strong winds battered the Turkish city of Izmir.
Canada is reviewing its vaccine booster strategy, adding new countries to the list of nations subjected to federal travel restrictions, and is imposing new testing requirements on all air travellers coming from outside of Canada with the exception of the U.S., due to concerns over the Omicron variant. Federal ministers and public health officials announced these three new steps with the aim of preventing further importation and spread of the variant of concern.
Canada has reported seven confirmed cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, with cases now in several provinces.
As researchers continue to study the new COVID-19 variant Omicron stoking fears around the globe, vaccine manufacturers are issuing guidance on their shots' effectiveness.
As of Nov. 30, the transition period allowing for a negative COVID-19 test from those looking to travel by plane, train or ship in Canada will end, meaning all travellers must be fully vaccinated before boarding and provide proof that they have received the complete doses of a vaccine series.
Multiple pedestrians have been struck by a vehicle and taken to hospital in west London, Ont, according to police.
In light of the new variant Omicron emerging, the World Heath Organization has put out new advice regarding international travel, including that those over the age of 60 years old should refrain from travelling.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says it has intercepted hundreds of suspected falsified or fraudulent COVID-19 test results and proof of vaccination credentials since they were required for travel.
Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 won't be able to board a plane or passenger train in Canada beginning today, and a negative COVID-19 test will no longer serve as a substitute for most people. The stringent new requirement comes into effect as Canada reacts to the emergence of the Omicron variant.
A provincial state of emergency has been extended in B.C. as communities brace for another atmospheric river forecast to hit the province's southwest region.
Canada is once again implementing stricter measures for international travellers to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant.
Canadians are scrambling to get flights back home after Ottawa announced enhanced travel restrictions because of a new COVID-19 variant.
Aerial video shows the extent of flooding in the Sumas Prairie following the second of three consecutive storms on B.C.'s South Coast.