Health officials in Waterloo Region reported 28 new COVID-19 cases on Friday as active cases continue to rise for the second day in a row.
A driver and a two-year-old child were taken to hospital following a crash between a transport truck and a car in Woolwich Township.
The Grey Bruce public health unit has done what few other areas have managed to do: stave off a surge of the Delta variant and squash its hot spot designation.
Toxon Technologies in Waterloo has built a tool to help archers train for their sport and it’s such a useful gadget that Olympians are putting it to the test.
Brantford police are investigating reports of gunfire in the area of Blackburn Drive and Diana Avenue.
The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is helping to reintroduce an endangered species called the Mottled Duskywing Butterfly.
Nearly three in four cases of COVID-19 in Waterloo Region since the start of May have been in unvaccinated people and most of the rest are in the partially vaccinated population, the region's medical officer of health said Friday.
Officials in Waterloo Region continue to encourage people to get a first or second COVID-19 vaccine dose as soon as possible to help prevent further spread of the Delta variant.
The Ontario government is providing the clearest picture so far of what restrictions will look like once the province exits its reopening roadmap plan following the lengthy COVID-19 lockdown and masks will remain a part of the landscape.
There will be some service changes in Waterloo Region due to the Civic Holiday on Monday.
Ontario health officials are reporting an additional 226 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, marking the fifth straight day in which infection numbers have climbed.
Canada is headed towards a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, but how severe of a resurgence it'll be depends on how many people are fully vaccinated, warns new national modelling released Friday. The country is seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases, and thousands more infections are predicted if contacts aren't contained, the modelling indicates.
Guelph police seized more than $45,000 worth of drugs following an investigation into alleged trafficking in the west end of the city.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
More than 10,000 patients in Waterloo Region are part of the list of backlogged surgeries and procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There was an unusual sight south of Guelph on Wednesday: a llama, spotted on the lam.
Health officials in Guelph are hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the city's Downtown Dining District on Friday night.
For the first time in almost two years, the Toronto Blue Jays played ball on Canadian soil. John Vennavally-Rao has more from home plate.
26-year-old Halima Cisse thought she was pregnant with 7 babies, only learning she would have nonuplets moment before the birth.
Visitors to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in China can now bungee jump from 260 metres in the air.
Jordan Cunningham has the story of one woman's search for a safe space to release stress and get out a good scream.
A lagoon in Argentina turned a striking shade of pink from what local environmentalists blame on pollution from a nearby industrial park.
A llama was spotted on the loose near Guelph on Wednesday, sparking concerns from area residents.
Hotels and buildings in the resort city of Marmaris were evacuated as flames approached from wildfires raging in southern Turkey.
For the second Summer Olympics in a row, a strong opening week has Canada in position to make a run at topping its all-time medal high at a non-boycotted Games.
Kylie Masse has her second silver medal of the Tokyo Olympics. The 25-year-old from LaSalle, Ontario, came second in the women's 200-metre backstroke, with Australians finishing in front of and behind her.
Canada's Andre De Grasse cruised into the semifinals of the men's 100 metres, winning his heat in a season-best time of 9.91 seconds.
Alice Dearing, the first Black female swimmer on Britain's Olympic team uses the the Soul Cap, an extra-large silicone covering designed specifically to protect dreadlocks, weaves, hair extensions, braids, and thick and curly hair. But Dearing has been forbidden from using the cap in her Olympic debut next week.
Novak Djokovic came to the Tokyo Olympics aiming for a Golden Slam. He'll leave without a medal and will need some time to recover from a draining performance in extreme conditions that didn't meet expectations.
CTVNews.ca breaks down the big events at the Olympics and Canada's medal hopes with a day-by-day planner.
While Canadian boxer Tammara Thibeault came close, she ultimately fell to the experienced Nouchka Fontijn of the Netherlands in the women's middleweight quarterfinal at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday
Britain won the wild Olympic debut of the 4x100-metre mixed medley relay, where two men and two women per country swim different legs.
When Natalie Achonwa felt a pop in her right knee during a WNBA game last month, it cast doubt on whether there would be enough time to recover for the Olympics. But a knee .injury wasn't going to keep Achonwa from what might be her final Olympics
Canadians who have received mixed doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or a certain brand of AstraZeneca may face obstacles when travelling to countries that require proof of vaccination. CTVNews.ca examines what COVID-19 vaccines are recognized and where for those travelling abroad.
The Delta coronavirus variant surging across the United States appears to cause more severe illness and spread as easily as chickenpox, according to an internal document from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Rugby Canada fired Jamie Cudmore, a former star player in charge of developing the next generation of talent, on Friday for a series of social media posts belittling the women's sevens team.
Hong Kong police have arrested a man accused of booing the Chinese national anthem while watching an Olympic event at a mall.
There is more to learn about the consequences of intensifying wildfires on community watersheds across Canada, but a large, severe fire followed by heavy precipitation could seriously affect drinking water, says a wildfire research scientist with the Canadian Forest Service.
Doctors in Alberta rally against lifting COVID-19 measures
Dashcam video of collision resulting in pileup on Hwy. 401
Rising COVID-19 infections in the U.S. has prompted the CDC to recommend masks even among the fully vaccinated.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Lisa Barrett opening the borders without proper measures will expedite and expand the fourth wave.
Environment Canada meteorologist Bobby Sekhon talks about how the stretch of warm weather in B.C. is expected to continue.