A short but powerful thunderstorm that came through Southwestern Ontario Saturday, killing at least one person and injuring others.
It was definitely a night to remember for people in attendance at Labatt Park on Friday evening after a reported gas leak forced the evacuation of the park during the season opener.
The flames were so intense from Thursday’s early morning fire in Hanover that Lisa Schnittker started grabbing her things to evacuate, fearing the flames would spread to her home.
Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford made a campaign stop in London, Ont. Saturday morning to talk housing.
On this week's episode of Ballot Box, the team gives you the debate highlights and brings in some experts to talk about candidates' strategies moving forward.
Ontario is reporting another 13 deaths related to COVID-19 as the positivity rate in the province continues to slowly decline.
The second day of Sunfest is still a go after Saturday's strong winds and rain forced the first summer festival’s block party to seek shelter.
The OPP is reminding drivers to put safety first when they head out for long weekend road trips.
Dave Willacy was out early Friday to get his boat in the water and tuned up.
As the May long weekend kicked off, a massive thunderstorm in southern Ontario and Quebec brought strong wind gusts that knocked down trees, took out power and left at least four people dead.
The federal government is reporting a sharp rise in influenza in recent months, at a time of the year when detected cases generally start to fall in Canada.
Health officials in Toronto say they are investigating the first suspected case of monkeypox in the city.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will not be running in the race to pick a new leader of the United Conservative party.
The United Kingdom's former prime minister Tony Blair says Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to invade Ukraine is an 'act of madness.' In an interview on CTV's Question Period airing Sunday, Blair said Putin doesn't appear to be the same man he knew in the early 2000s.
Massive thunderstorms in southern Ont. knocked down trees, took out power lines and left at least three people dead.
CTV's Dylan Dyson reports on an Ottawa couple who delivered their baby on the side of the highway.