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One Maritime high school has postponed its European trip due to COVID-19 and other schools are struggling with the decision on how to proceed.
Highway 400 Southbound between the 5th Line and Canal Road has reopened.
The New Horizon Mall just north of Calgary says it will finally exceed 50 per cent retail tenant occupation nearly two years after opening thanks to the addition of a family entertainment centre called Sky Castle.
An Alberta energy company has come under fire after its logo was displayed on a decal allegedly depicting a sex act with a female figure who appears to be 17-year-old Swede Greta Thunberg.
Waterloo Regional Police have closed part of Fischer-Hallman Road due to poor visibility.
A mother and father from Paisley, along with their son from Toronto, are millionaires.
Tuesday's $70-million prize is the biggest ever won in the province of Quebec, and comes during 50th-anniversary celebrations by Loto-Quebec, the province's lottery corporation.
Ottawa Firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze at a commercial strip on Montreal Road, just west of the Vanier Parkway.
For the last three years, Devon Napope has used poetry as a tool for healing to help him express the troubles of his past life.
A 20-year-old Humboldt man did not leave his home willingly after a fight inside, RCMP say.
A home under construction in Toronto’s west end has collapsed.
As the search for missing New Westminster mother Nirla Sharma intensifies, CTV News Vancouver has learned her husband was recently charged with threatening her safety.
Royal commentator Richard Berthelsen discusses the Queen's statement and questions that remain.
After many extensions, CTV News has learned the third shift at Windsor Assembly Plant will officially be winding down.
One person has been taken to hospital after a medical issue onboard a WestJet flight from Vancouver to Winnipeg.