Hundreds of Canadian military personnel are deploying to communities in Atlantic Canada affected by post-tropical storm Fiona to assist with clean-up efforts, the commander of Joint Task Force Atlantic said in a news conference Monday.
An 81-year-old man reported missing in Lower Prospect, N.S. is believed to have been swept out to the ocean during post-tropical storm Fiona, according to the RCMP.
Residents of Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec are coming to terms with the full scope of the damage left behind after post-tropical storm Fiona tore through the region over the weekend as one of the strongest storms Canada's East Coast has ever faced.
A woman from Port aux Basques, N.L., is sharing her story of survival after she was swept under a Jeep and had to be rescued as post-tropical storm Fiona battered the small coastal town.
Canadians who are not impacted by the devastation caused by post-tropical storm Fiona over the weekend are being asked by the Red Cross to donate to relief efforts.
Prince Edward Island is reporting at least one death following an historic storm that forced thousands into the dark and caused extensive damage across the island.
Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston says damage left behind from post-tropical storm Fiona is extensive, calling it "heartbreaking," during a live news conference Sunday.
In Halifax, the sound of generators has been breaking the quiet after the storm, as thousands of residents remain without electricity in the wake of Fiona.
As the clean-up from post-tropical storm Fiona continues across much of Atlantic Canada, two Maritime resorts are suffering from significant damage.
The body of a missing 73-year-old woman has been recovered after police in Newfoundland received a report she had been swept out to sea after a wave struck her home during post-tropical storm Fiona.
Residents in Pointe-du-Chêne, N.B., were busy helping with cleanup efforts on Sunday after Fiona wreaked havoc across the Maritimes the day before.
Police in New Brunswick are asking the public for help identifying a person wanted in a break, enter and theft in Saint-Antoine, N.B.
A man has been charged with stunting after police say he was caught driving more than 50 km/h over the posted speed limit in Dartmouth, N.S.
Public school classes are cancelled Monday in many parts of Nova Scotia as the province recovers from post-tropical storm Fiona.
As emergency departments across Nova Scotia begin re-opening in the wake of post-tropical storm Fiona, health officials are urging those who can wait to seek care to do so rather than visiting an ER.
A Prince Edward Island potato farmer is about to make the trek of a lifetime, to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Nearly 90,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled the war-torn country for Canada so far this year, including Mariia and Yuliia Lytvynchuk.
A Nova Scotia man collected a near-complete skeleton of a dead juvenile humpback whale – 150 bones to be exact – which are now on display in his front driveway.
According to former NHL scout Paul Gallagher, Nathan Mackinnon is more than just a world-class talent. Gallagher said MacKinnon is also one of the hardest workers he's ever seen, both on and off the ice. That value has earned MacKinnon an eight-year contract extension, worth more than $100-million US, which will be an average of $12.6 million each season.
It was a final farewell watched around the world, witnessed by royalty, dignitaries, and citizens alike. Among those witnessing the grand state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II were Maritimers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
Maritimers were among the many Canadians mourning Queen Elizabeth II as the monarch was laid to rest Monday. Commemorative ceremonies were held at churches in all three capital cities Monday afternoon.
A Fredericton theatre company that raises money for local non-profits is taking on the subject of intimate partner violence through its newest production.
A non-profit youth hockey program in Glace Bay, N.S., is looking to the community for help after a broken pipe damaged thousands of dollars in equipment.
The mighty mushroom is being celebrated not only as a delicious ingredient, but for its role in nature and medicine at a new festival in the Annapolis Valley this fall.
Many people living the Maritimes are hoping for the best, but bracing for the worst as Hurricane Fiona nears the region.
Over the past week, protests have sparked across Iran after the death of a 22-year-old woman in police custody. As Iran entered its seventh day of protest on Thursday, Nova Scotians gathered at the Halifax Grand Parade for a vigil to honour the life of Mahsa Amini.
Mission Thrift Store in Lower Sackville is appealing to Halifax residents to help provide skating and hockey equipment to the Glace Bay Miners Forum.
The Hunter Brothers Farm is known for more than just their corn, it's really what they carve out of it.
A Winnipeg painter is still sharing her passion with others after decades in the field.
A 31-year-old man from Quebec is now facing a slew of charges after police tried to stop a driver wreaking havoc on a residential street in Brampton, Ont.
A Winnipeg dragon boat team is celebrating 25 years of competition, and fighting breast cancer.
A 23-year-old self-described 'Crypto King' from Ontario allegedly owes at least $35 million to investors but most of the money has disappeared.
There were four cars in the hole at Infiniti South Edmonton's parking lot when CTV News Edmonton arrived on scene just before 10:45 a.m.
A Winnipeg choir felt more like rock stars Friday night after performing on stage with The Eagles at Canada Life Centre.
Two brothers who haven’t spoken to each other for about 30 years are now competing for the coveted position of mayor in an Ontario town.
A family from Illinois has received millions of views on TikTok after showcasing their 'Stranger Things' themed Halloween decoration.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says he has asked the RCMP to look into 'disgusting' comments made by the founder of a far-right group about sexually assaulting his wife.
Canada is dropping all COVID-19 border restrictions for anyone entering the country, including: proof of COVID-19 vaccination, quarantine and isolation requirements as well as all pre- or on-arrival COVID-19 testing. The federal government is also making the ArriveCan application optional, and is lifting the mask mandate on planes and trains.
Canada will be imposing new sanctions on Iran as a result of a continuing violent crackdown on protesters, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.
A young man shot a Russian military officer at close range at an enlistment office Monday, in an unusually bold attack reflecting resistance to the Russian leadership's efforts to mobilize hundreds of thousands of men to wage war on Ukraine.
Experts are warning Canadians of a so-called “pig butchering” scam that involves victims of human trafficking sending seemingly harmless wrong-number text messages designed to lure people into handing over their life savings.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will be visiting the regions in Atlantic Canada impacted by Fiona 'as soon as possible this week.' And, as MPs head back into the House of Commons for the first time after this weekend's storm, the NDP are requesting an emergency debate to discuss 'the urgent and escalating situation in Atlantic Canada.'
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday granted citizenship to former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, nine years after he exposed the scale of secret surveillance operations by the National Security Agency