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An Oneida of the Thames First Nation councillor has been suspended after being charged with fraud. Urusula Doxtator, 54, was charged by OPP last week with fraud over $5,000 and using a forged document.
The youth, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, faces severeal charges.
The London Police Traffic Management Unit is investigating after an early morning collision involving a cyclist and a car.
City hall finds itself balancing immediate needs against long-term strategies to address the homelessness crisis. On Tuesday, city council approved 120 temporary overnight shelter spaces across four locations at a total cost of $3 million.
A fire in a Baseline Road auto detailing shop was knocked down quickly Friday morning.
Just before 10 p.m. on Thursday, police responded to the scene at the eastbound On Route in southwest Oxford Township.
Court is expecting to hear at least a dozen victim impact statements. It’s not clear how many statements will be read in–person by those impacted or read into court.
Dr. Paul Woods' employment with LHSC was abruptly terminated in January 2021, after news of him travelling to the U.S. during the pandemic, came to light.
A group of southwestern Ontario hospitals is facing a potential $480-million class action lawsuit after at least 270,000 patients in the region had their data breached and reportedly sold by hackers on the dark web.
With sextortion being a growing problem in Canada, there are tips and resources online to help parents, caregivers and youth address it.
The U.S. House voted Friday to expel GOP Rep. George Santos, a historic vote that will make the New York congressman the sixth lawmaker ever to be expelled from the chamber.
Winter will be unusually warm and rainy across much of the country this year, according to the latest data from Environment and Climate Change Canada.
A suspect has been charged with four counts of second-degree murder in connection with the Langside homicide.
Two Chinese community centres in the Montreal area are planning to launch a $2.5 million defamation lawsuit against the RCMP and the Attorney General of Canada after being accused by the police force of hosting 'alleged Chinese police stations.'
CTV News' Rachel Aiello breaks down what you need to know from Parliament Hill and the key topics to keep an eye on next week.