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See some of the Weather Watcher photos featured on CTV News during the month of April.
From Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly in 1956 to Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock in 2011, here's a look back at some iconic royal weddings.
Canadians from coast-to-coast are showing support for the Humboldt Broncos by wearing jerseys.
See some of the Weather Watcher photos featured on CTV News during the month of March.
From new artists taking the world by storm like Daniel Caesar and Jessie Reyes, to classics like the Arkells, Canadian talent was honoured.
Thousands of green-clad people filled Ezra Avenue in Waterloo on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
Waterfalls are a key part of Hamilton's plan to reinvent itself as a tourism destination.
People around the world participate in marches and demonstrations to highlight female equality.
The Grand River and its tributaries spilled their banks in Cambridge, Brantford, New Hamburg and other communities.
See some of the Weather Watcher photos featured on CTV News during the month of February.
A new exhibit has brought international attention to the Stratford Perth Museum – and it hasn’t even opened yet.
Wiarton Willie predicted six more weeks of winter at the annual festival in Wiarton, Ont. on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018.
See some of the Weather Watcher photos featured on CTV News during the month of January.
Singer Bruno Mars won the top awards at the 60th annual Grammys, while Kesha's performance brought the 'Me Too' movement centre stage.
From a portable 3D printer to a connected wine rack, check out the latest gadgets on display at the CES 2018.
See photos from some of the stories that made headlines in our area over the past 12 months.
The countdown begins as people all over the world ring in the New Year. Welcome 2018!
See some of the Weather Watcher photos featured on CTV News during the month of December.
From nativity scenes in Italy to Santa diving in the Philippines, here's a look at how people around the world are adding a touch of magic to the holidays.
Water-dropping planes and helicopters essential to taming and containing wildfires have been mostly grounded because it's too dangerous to fly them in the strong wind.