Parts of the region are set to see their first significant snowfall of the season late Wednesday into Thursday.
There are 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at St. FX University in Antigonish, N.S. and more cases are expected in the coming days.
Canadian residents arriving at St. Stephen, N.B. land border crossings without registering online beforehand are finding support from an overwhelmed U.S. library.
Nova Scotia reported 22 new cases of COVID-19 and 27 recoveries on Tuesday.
Health officials in New Brunswick are reporting 69 new cases of COVID-19 today but say the number of hospitalizations is going down.
A Saint John quilter has captured the fabric of New Brunswick’s Port City in her latest creation.
America’s diplomatic boycott of February’s winter games in Beijing would see athletes competing, while government officials stay home.
Multi-coloured mobile signs, advertising pretty much anything you can think of, are a common sight around the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
Prince Edward Island is reporting five new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing the total number of active cases on the Island to 23.
Nova Scotia's auditor general says the province approved $1.1 billion in added borrowing during 2020-21 to cover the capital and relief costs of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A prosecutor presented evidence of rising violence in Nova Scotia's jails Tuesday as he called for tough sentences against inmates who took part in a "brazen" and orchestrated assault upon a new arrival.
Police are asking for the public’s help to solve two robberies that occurred in Halifax in less than 12 hours.
A section of Highway 101 has been shut down following a three vehicle collision on Tuesday.
The Canadian Red Cross says three people have been displaced following a fire Monday in New Glasgow, N.S.
The environmental assessment process is officially underway for Northern Pulp's estimated $350-million plan to reopen its idled kraft pulp mill in Nova Scotia's Pictou County.
A line of thunderstorms knocked out electricity to more than 25,000 Nova Scotia Power customers overnight.
A truckload of fresh Prince Edward Island potatoes is en route to Ottawa as part of efforts to restore exports of island spuds to the United States.
Halifax Regional Police is investigating a report of shots fired earlier this week in Dartmouth.
It was a difficult weekend for Larry Gibbons. He hasn't seen his long-time partner since early Friday.
Local actors are preparing their holiday productions at the Highland Arts Theatre in Sydney, N.S. after the pandemic forced actors off the stage for more than a year.
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.
Winding recycled wool into stars started as a way for Michelle Swan to manage her grief after her brother passed away from cancer.
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.
A Fredericton real estate agent is working to help keep children in her area cozy this winter with the Pajama Project.
Two local grocery stores are going head-to-head to see who can collect the most turkeys to donate to the Fredericton Firefighters Association Turkey Drive.
With construction officially underway on Cape Breton’s new cancer centre, a young mother reflects on the importance of world-class care at home.
For many Saint John, N.B. residents, the sight of a Volkswagen Beetle in front of an old-school barbershop on the city’s west side has become a sure sign that the holidays have arrived.
After a year with minimum recreational travel due to strict COVID-19 restrictions, a spokesperson for the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, just outside of Halifax, N.S., says they're expecting to see that change this holiday season.
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.
To celebrate Giving Tuesday, Benny Locke dropped off a donation to Feed Nova Scotia on behalf of his co-workers at SNC-Lavalin.
An Ottawa man has been charged following a nearly two-year investigation into several ransomware attacks on targets in Canada and the U.S.
The sport of disc golf has exploded in popularity during the pandemic, namely because it's relatively easy to do and fairly inexpensive to get started.
Volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Delta, B.C., are used to receiving calls about a variety of species, but nothing quite like this.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is investigating a major COVID-19 outbreak at a Kingsville restaurant to see if there were any breaches in protocols.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Ontario will continue to rise substantially, even without the Omicron variant, if vaccinations do not increase and further public health measures are not implemented, new modelling data released by the province's science table suggests.
Three weeks after southern B.C. was hit by the first in a series of atmospheric rivers, the province's deputy premier says efforts are shifting from emergency response to recovery and debris management.
A Washington state man convicted of killing a young couple from Saanich, B.C., more than three decades ago will get a new trial after an appeals court reversed his conviction due to a juror's bias.
Hamid Hakimi and his partners at Elite Developments pledged $200,000 for Afghan refugees’ holiday shopping. Heather Butts reports.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.
Drone video shows the houses and fields of a village in Indonesia which have been devastated by the eruptions of Mount Semeru.
Three-time cancer survivor Tymaz Bagbani beat the odds and now hopes to inspire others, sharing his near-death leukemia journey through his music.
Bob and Cheryl Vandal set off from Alberta to make authentic Canadian dishes in the U.K. CTV’s Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
Tributes were held for the 32nd anniversary of Montreal’s Polytechnique mass shooting. CTV’s Vanessa Lee reports.
Biographer Christopher Andersen examines fraught relationships and more in his new book, 'Brothers & Wives'.
Conversion therapy will soon be banned across Canada, after the Senate agreed to the expedited passage of Bill C-4 on Tuesday. After multiple attempts to pass legislation banning the harmful practice failed in recent years, the bill has now cleared both the House of Commons and Senate without changes, in just over a week. Once it receives royal assent, the bill will become law.
Military police have laid criminal charges against the Canadian Armed Forces' former head of human resources despite the Liberal government having said it would transfer the investigation and prosecution of sexual misconduct cases to civilian authorities.
Canada will soon crack down on COVID-19 mandates, forcing banks, telecommunications companies and all other federally regulated workspaces to ensure their employees are inoculated, Ottawa said on Tuesday.
Ontario is extending its pause indefinitely on moving to the next step of the reopening plan as COVID-19 cases continue to increase and new modelling data suggests hospital capacity could be strained over the coming months.
A group of Afghan refugees got their first taste of a quintessentially Canadian holiday shopping spree thanks to the generosity of donors, allowing them to stock up on essentials.
As Canada's two most populous provinces grapple with a surge in COVID-19 cases, concerns are swirling over whether new restrictions could be imposed before the holidays.
China’s lunar rover, Yutu 2, will be investigating what appears to be a mysterious cube-shaped 'hut' on the moon after spotting it recently on the horizon.
Recent data from Statistics Canada shows an increase in estimated mortality numbers, especially in the provinces of B.C. and Alberta. Along with COVID-19, the spike in these two provinces is largely owed to the summer heatwave and illicit drug overdoses across different age groups.
Ontario hospitals could be under strain by January if COVID-19 cases keep rising; plus, two encouraging vaccines being made in Canada.
U.S. president Joe Biden warns Vladimir Putin of harsh economic sanctions if Russia proceeds to invade Ukraine. Joy Malbon reports.
Travellers are being forced into quarantine hotels in Canada, as travel bans from 10 countries go into effect due to the Omicron variant.
Canada is under pressure to decide on the Olympic boycott as other countries make their stances. Annie Bergeron-Oliver reports.
The first COVID-19 vaccines developed in Canada are showing promising results. Avis Favaro reports.
New modelling suggests Ontario hospitals could be under strain due to infection numbers rising. Heather Wright reports.
B.C. woman says she was being followed for 40 minutes