A panel of seven Indigenous murals was unveiled in downtown London, Ont. on Truth and Reconciliation Day.
Veronica Ninham wipes away tears as she listens to speakers talk about the pain of relatives who attended residential schools.
Hospital officials are informing the public of a temporary Emergency Department closure at Walkerton hospital.
The Ontario government is investing about $40 million to hire additional health care workers in Middlesex, Lambton and Chatham-Kent.
The second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is on Friday, Sept. 30. The day is a statutory holiday for federal workers and for employees of federally regulated industries, but is not considered a statutory holiday in Ontario, so here's a list of what's open and what's closed in London this Friday.
Coming off the high of winning a gold medal for Canada’s World Junior team, Brett Brochu was hoping to start his professional career this season.
A drug bust in the Owen Sound and the Grey-Bruce area has resulted in $108,000 in fentanyl and methamphetamine seized.
OPP are on the scene of a serious crash involving four vehicles in the eastbound lanes of Highway 401 just south of London, Ont. that sent six people to hospital, one with suspected life-threatening injuries.
For the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, CTVNews.ca spoke to several Indigenous leaders about feelings around the day more than a year since the suspected gravesites made world news, and in the weeks following Queen Elizabeth II death that took over the news cycle during a month when decolonization is meant to be top of mind.
Hurricane Ian made another landfall Friday, this time in South Carolina, after carving a swath of destruction across Florida. Ian hit Florida's Gulf Coast earlier this week as a powerful Category 4 hurricane with 150 mph (240 km/h) winds Wednesday, flooding homes and leaving nearly 2.7 million people without power.
Canada is headed for a 'severe' and 'almost inevitable' recession in early 2023, according to the head of economics at Macquarie Group, which states Canada will face an approximately three per cent contraction in gross domestic product and a five per cent rise in its unemployment rate during the predicted recession.
Ceremonies, marches and other gatherings are taking place across the country Friday as communities mark the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. The federal statutory holiday was established last year to remember children who died while being forced to attend residential schools, as well as those who survived, and the families and communities still affected by lasting trauma.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed treaties Friday to illegally annex more occupied Ukrainian territory in a sharp escalation of his war. Ukraine's president countered with a surprise application to join the NATO military alliance.
As Russia's war in Ukraine enters a flammable, even more dangerous phase, analysis from the Associated Press on CTVNews.ca looks at whether a wider war is looming with devastating results for the world, perhaps not seen since 1939-1945.
Reconciliation and Reconnecting: The Path Forward - A CTV News National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Special.