Light snow has started to fall in southwestern areas of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick this afternoon.
RCMP and volunteer search and rescue personnel spent Wednesday trying to find any sign of a missing Cape Breton senior before an impending snowstorm hits the region.
Public health officials reported 111 new COVID-19 infections in New Brunswick Wednesday, along with 82 recoveries.
Many Nova Scotians spent Wednesday preparing for an impending winter wallop.
Prince Edward Island reported six new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Health officials in Nova Scotia are reporting 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Health officials in Prince Edward Island say COVID-19 testing clinics in Souris and Charlottetown are experiencing very high volumes and higher than usual wait times.
A volunteer-led initiative to hand out rapid take-home COVID-19 testing kits is ramping up across Nova Scotia over the holidays.
The Canadian military confirmed today that repairs have been completed on one of its 19 Cyclone helicopters recently found with cracks in its tail.
RCMP in New Brunswick are hoping to track down the rightful owner of 30 toolboxes and tools that were recently located.
The New Brunswick provincial government has announced they will invest $84.7 million to support public schools in the province.
Halifax police have laid charges following a stabbing Tuesday evening.
The president of the University of Prince Edward Island has resigned suddenly, citing health concerns.
Halifax Regional Police are investigating a report of shots being fired in Dartmouth early Wednesday morning.
Halifax Regional Police are investigating after three women were sprayed with a sensory irritant in separate assaults Tuesday night.
The Nova Scotia government has announced it will invest about $57 million to support continuing care in the province.
An 82-year-old Nova Scotia woman has been arrested in connection with a fatal collision.
It was a big day at a London, U.K., auction house for those with a passion for much loved Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis.
A 34-year-old Nova Scotia man has been arrested after police responded to a call of a car on fire Monday night in Wilmot, N.S.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What was supposed to be a week of relaxation in Mexico has turned into a nightmare for a Vancouver woman. Jamie Coutts, who flew to Playa Del Carmen last week, is facing extensive surgery after being attacked by a stranger in the resort town.
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.
An aspiring Nigerian neurosurgeon wants to revolutionize medical diagrams with his drawings of patients with Black and non-white skin tones.
Olympic decathlon champ Damien Warner wins the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's Athlete of the Year
A loud boom and bright flash seen on Dec. 7, 2021, may have been a meteor.
A Toronto family is heartbroken after their elaborate inflatable Christmas display was vandalized.
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.
With the COVID-19 pandemic newly invigorated by emergence of the Omicron variant, CTVNews.ca looks at mask-wearing requirements, and their exemptions, across Canada.
Canada will proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, meaning government officials won't attend but athletes can continue to compete.
The federal legislation to ban conversion therapy practices in Canada received royal assent on Wednesday, meaning the bill is now a law, but the new criminal offences won’t be in effect until early January. Per the coming-into-force provisions of the bill, the four new Criminal Code violations will be enacted 30 days after it received royal assent, which will be Jan. 7.
A woman is dead after the car she was driving plunged into a river and floated dangerously close to the brink of Niagara Falls.
Women under the age of 50 who had their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed during a hysterectomy for non-cancerous reasons have an increased risk of dying, but the risk associated with the procedure diminishes with age, according to a Canadian study published on Wednesday in The BMJ.
The Western Quebec School Board confirms the Grade 3 teacher at Chelsea Elementary School was removed from the classroom because of Bill 21, Quebec's law that bans all religious symbols in public buildings.
The Official Opposition has flatly rejected a Liberal proposal to create a new House of Commons committee to comb through sensitive material relating to the firing of two scientists at Canada’s highest-security laboratory.
The vast majority of Canadians between the ages of 18 and 28 worry they will not be able to afford a home in their city of choice thanks to soaring real-estate prices, with half already giving up on their dream of owning a single-family home, according to a new survey.
Canada's foreign affairs minister says Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are doing well. Kovrig and Spavor returned to Canada in September after being detained in China in 2018. Their detentions were widely seen as retaliation for Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Russian politics and history expert Amy Knight explains why Russian President Vladimir Putin is so opposed to Ukraine joining NATO.
Travellers are being forced into quarantine hotels in Canada, as travel bans from 10 countries go into effect due to the Omicron variant.
A woman was arrested on Dec. 7 after driving through the gate of a Fla. golf club and leading police on a chase through the course.
A man has been arrested by the NYPD after the Christmas tree outside the Fox News office in New York was set ablaze.
An interracial couple found appraisals on their house were higher when they hid evidence of the property being Black-owned. Tom Walters reports.