A strong wind storm caused by a fast-moving cold front resulted in power disruptions in London Saturday morning. The gusts took down power lines in multiple locations, including an alarming incident in a city park off Darlene Crescent, where a dangling power line made contact several times causing fiery explosions, cracking and arching of other lines.
A man from St. Thomas, Ont. is facing several charges after he allegedly crashed his car into a streetlight while intoxicated and then fled the scene, London police said. The damages are approximated at $7,000.
Sarnia, Ont. police are warning the public about the dangers of using alone after officers responded to two fatal fentanyl overdoses within five minutes of each other on Saturday.
Christmas is still a few weeks away, but that didn’t stop jolly old St. Nick from making a stop in east London, Ont. Saturday. Santa was the star attraction at the Argyle BIA Santa Claus Parade, and Saturday's event drew thousands of Londoners.
If the cold temperatures, off-and-on snowfall and lack of sun are making you feel like a Grinch, then perhaps you’re in need of a tropical gateway. Beginning Saturday, two new direct routes are operating out of London to sun-filled destinations in the U.S. and Mexico.
High winds on Saturday put a damper on a first annual outdoor festival — but only temporarily. The ‘Dung Ah Town Festival!’ has been postponed until Sunday, with co-organizer Lauri Morrison telling CTV News London, “Mother Nature sort of threw us a curve ball this morning.” The festival celebrates the arts and cultures of Black, Indigenous and people of colour in the community.
The London Business Cares Food Drive (LBCFD) received a substantial boost Saturday thanks to a day-long grocery store donation campaign. At the Food Basics at Wonderland and Commissioners roads, CTV News London personalities and their families were joined by Bell Media radio employees and young volunteers.
After some people expressed confusion online over what languages Canada Post will accept from Canadians writing to Santa this holiday season, the corporation says it accepts letters in any language.
A new report shows house prices need to drop by more than $500,000 for millennials to be able to afford a home in Ontario.
Refugee advocates are raising concerns that Afghan refugees granted asylum in Canada are being burdened by escalating costs stemming from the government’s delay in processing their claims.
Dozens of Muslim philanthropic groups are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure that the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman office can access all the information it needs to conduct a systemic review of how the Canada Revenue Agency treats and audits Muslim-led charities.
It was a monumental occasion when Canada stepped onto soccer’s biggest stage in Qatar, and while its World Cup campaign ended miserably, there is still hope moving forward. CTVNews.ca takes a look at the three talking points ahead of the next World Cup in 2026.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says her government is crafting changes to be debated next week to reverse the part of a bill that gives her cabinet unfettered power to rewrite laws behind closed doors without legislature approval.
The world’s most active volcano located in Hawaii erupts, shooting lava more than 30 metres high. Tom Walters reports.
Watch the moment a California teen lifted a truck just enough to free his father who was dangerously pinned underneath the vehicle.