Nova Scotia Health is reporting 14 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, bringing the total to 125. Twelve are in Nova Scotia’s Central Zone, one is in the Western Zone, and one in the Northern Zone.
Prince Edward Island health officials are reporting two new cases of COVID-19 on the island Saturday. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison says the two new cases are unrelated.
New Brunswick Public Health is reporting four new COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of active cases to 111 in the province.
Police are on scene at a New Glasgow residence after a man barricaded himself.
Police are investigating following an assault with a weapon on Sunday morning in Dartmouth.
Halifax Regional Police say they’re investigating after two alleged impaired driving incidents. Police say just before 10 a.m. Saturday, they responded to an area near Akerley Boulevard and Gloria McCluskey Ave. in Dartmouth, N.S. When they arrived, they found a transport truck that had rolled over – carrying 45,000 litres of propane.
RCMP have arrested a Moncton, N.B. man and woman after searching three homes. Police say they found cocaine, Hydromorphone pills, cannabis, illegal cigarettes, drug paraphernalia, cash, and cell phones.
Four people have been displaced following a house fire on Sunday morning in Coldbrook, Nova Scotia.
A woman who says she was sexually assaulted at her doctor's office in Springhill is sharing her story publicly. She has several concerns with what she says happened, including whether the doctor's conditions were being monitored.
Police say a 26-year-old woman from Colchester County, N.S. has died in an ATV crash. Colchester District RCMP say at 8:44 p.m. Friday, they were called to a single-vehicle ATV collision on a beach near Highway 2 in Economy, N.S.
Chantel Moore’s family is in mourning after her brother died by suicide just months after Chantel’s death during a wellness check by police in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick public health says it's still working through a backlog of COVID-19 testing requests. One woman says she'll have waited almost five days to get her test and has been isolating while she waits.
With an "urgent" need at the Saint John Regional Hospital and testing centres in Saint John and Fredericton, the health authority is now looking for current staff to volunteer for a 15-day deployment to these facilities.
A spokeswoman for the Nova Scotia judiciary says the inquiry investigating why a former soldier killed his family and himself in 2017 is expected to resume in mid-February in a new venue.
The fishing season in one of Nova Scotia's most lucrative lobster-harvesting areas is set to go ahead next week after authorities failed to spot any endangered right whales.
One man has died and another was injured in a two-vehicle collision on Route 105 on Friday in Fredericton.
Nova Scotia Health continues to identify potential COVID-19 exposures throughout the province. CTV News has compiled a list of the latest exposures in Nova Scotia.
New Brunswick Health continues to identify potential COVID-19 exposures throughout the province. CTV News has compiled a list of the latest exposures in New Brunswick.
Ability New Brunswick has awarded Shane Dunnett this year’s Para Sport & Recreation Award, for being a leader in the province. Dunnett has been an advocate, coach and volunteer for adaptive sports for the past 20 years. He coaches sledge hockey, volunteers on and off the ice, and encourages people to join adaptive sports.
With more Canadians staying put and sending gifts by mail, a handful of East Coast artists are helping to deliver a touch of home.
A special delivery of milk and produce arrived to the Cape Breton food bank on Wednesday, thanks to a good Samaritan from P.E.I.
A 22-year-old Dalhousie University student has been named a Rhodes Scholar. Sierra Sparks of Dartmouth, N.S., is in her last semester of engineering at the Halifax university.
The best coaches don’t just teach Xs and Os -- they develop good athletes, and better people. That’s the philosophy of Halifax basketball coach Lezlie States, who has been influencing the lives of girls basketball players in the north end of Halifax since 2009.
Halifax Lancers have launched a new fundraising campaign titled ‘No Stirrups November’, which will see their riders collectively ride the distance across Canada and back, without using stirrups.
A social worker from Sydney, Nova Scotia is making sure dozens of kids have presents under the tree this year. Nichole Stevenson works in the school system, where she met many families who aren’t doing well financially this year.
An uptick in COVID-19 cases has many Maritimers scaling back their holiday traditions. One writer expressed her feelings about the situation in a poem.
A number of Metro brand products are being recalled in Ontario due to possible Salmonella contamination.
Premier Jason Kenney has panned the idea of making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for all Albertans, he announced on social media this week.
The owner of the Fairmont Chateau Laurier have filed a new application to build a 159-room, two tower addition at the back of the historic hotel in downtown Ottawa.
A Quebec-based company is producing a plant-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate and is hopeful a made-in-Canada vaccine could be ready by next year.
Ingenium – Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation has acquired a water sample collected 2.4 kilometres below the earth's surface
A mysterious metal monolith found in a Utah desert was removed by an 'unknown party' over the weekend.
Const. Mard Hovingh was a member of the OPP for 28 years and is being remembered as a man of 'kindness, gentleness and love.'
In a unique light display for the holidays, a Montreal street is lit up with symbols important to several First Nations.
ethicists are concerned that several major questions haven’t been answered before vaccines arrive.
W5's Molly Thomas investigates the similarities that Canada's COVID-19 struggle shares with its long battle against polio.
Have four Ivy League students in the United States figured out how to game the lottery legally?
Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi commentator Harnarayan Singh talks about his new memoir; the panel discusses fighting racism in hockey.
After Kathy Denton's story aired last week on CTV News, she received tons of support and donations to help her get back on her feet.
Canada has banned the export of some prescription drugs that are at risk of creating a shortage in response to a U.S. plan to import drugs from the country.
A group of Canadian researchers, who discovered diamonds in a small rock sample found in an unrealized gold deposit in Nunavut, say their findings hint at the possibility of new deposits in the area that are similar to the world's richest gold mine.
When the first doses of COVID-19 vaccines finally arrive in Canada, the country will need to grapple with a series of difficult questions that ethicists fear we haven’t spent enough time answering.
Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre says building up the Canadian economy after the COVID-19 pandemic can't be achieved without a massive overhaul of the tax system and regulatory regime.
Dave Prowse, the British weightlifter-turned-actor who was the body, though not the voice, of arch-villain Darth Vader in the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, has died. He was 85.
Formula One driver Romain Grosjean appears to have escaped without serious injury after his car crashed and burst into flames moments after the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is calling on the federal government to procure additional vaccines that can be ready to be administered in the initial round of immunizations, a move he says in part would alleviate a lot of the 'difficult decisions' premiers are having to make about closures and restrictions.
A tall, silver, shining metal monolith discovered in the desert in southeastern Utah -- which prompted theories of alien placement and drew determined hikers to its secret location -- has now disappeared, the state's Bureau of Land Management said Saturday.
While Facebook and Twitter have stepped up a war on the spread of misinformation, right-leaning voices have been taking up the call for Parler - a social media site that bills itself as a bastion of free speech. On CTVNews.ca, an explainer on how the platform works, and who's behind it.
A boy under the age of 10 has died from COVID-19, making him the youngest person to die from the virus in Manitoba.
Officials are urging people in Ontario's lockdown regions to stick within their boundaries and to avoid crowded malls.
Hundreds of shoppers defied social distancing rules at a Calgary mall as the province set a new COVID-19 record.
The pushback to public health restrictions as infections soar across the country; and, a test run for rapid testing in Canadian airports.
A new COVID-19 testing program launched at Vancouver International Airport, but it will only be available to some passengers.