Windsor’s oldest streetcar is on the move.
Windsor’s oldest streetcar is on the move.
As the rain continues to fall, Windsor-Essex County is well on its way for a record for the month.
Home buyers in Windsor will have to accept the harsh reality that the listing price of a house will be nowhere near the selling price.
A warmer than average season is what’s anticipated for the first few months of this upcoming winter, but, that’s not to say snow will be absent.
A South Windsor house has been transformed into an ‘epic’ scare house every October for the last decade.
Ontario is proposing new legislation that would encourage employees to disconnect from the office and sustain a healthier work life balance.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reporting nine active school COVID-19 outbreaks, including a new outbreak at a Tecumseh elementary school.
The dispute between optometrists and the province is nearing the two month mark, meaning almost four million people in Ontario still have no access to eye tests.
The dog at the centre of an animal abuse case in Windsor over five years ago has passed away.
Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) is revising its vaccination policy to require all designated care partners and visitors show proof they are fully vaccinated.
Police in Sarnia, Ont. Have made the largest fentanyl seizure on record.
Windsor-Essex restaurants, gyms and the casino will be free from capacity limits on Monday when Ontario transitions out of Step 3 of the province’s reopening plan.
After a 47-year broadcasting career and 21 years at the helm of CTV News Windsor, Anchor Jim Crichton has announced his retirement.
Windsor-Essex students headed back to class at the beginning of September with many COVID-19 protocols in place.
A woman was sent to hospital after the kayak she was in was hit by a boat in a Sudbury area lake.
Up to 4,000 students attend an outdoor party in defiance of public health measures. CTV’s Kimberley Johnson reports.
The real estate buying frenzy in the GTA has cooled down, but a drop in inventory is causing more headaches for buyers.
Nick Paparella tells us how the TVDSB plans to get students on the same track after learning virtually last year.
Barrie Chamber exec. director Paul Markle says vaccine certificates were inevitable and the right thing to do to keep businesses safe.
An Alberta man rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling it.
Surveillance camera shows the moment a U.S. Marine veteran disarmed a man who was brandishing a handgun at a gas station in Arizona.
A Quebec father and daughter set a new Canadian record for growing an 910 kilogram pumpkin.
A Montreal shop has made a splash among local residents for selling traditional Korean biscuits made popular by smash-hit show ‘Squid Game’.
The video shows a group of surfers seemingly unaware of the threat just below them.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will overhaul his cabinet Tuesday with some major moves, including shuffling out Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau, sources tell CTV News.
An organization that received $5.8 million from the federal government to help job seekers from under-represented communities is refusing to say if it paid the prime minister's mother, Margaret Trudeau, to speak at an event it held in October.
The telecommunications giant Rogers Communications Inc. has found itself embroiled in family drama that experts believe could have implications in all factions of the media conglomerate.
It's not clear who's in charge at Rogers Communications Inc. The telecommunications giant finds itself with two groups claiming to be in control.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien is being called out over his recent comments on residential schools, after stating he was not aware of any abuses happening in these institutions while he was minister of then-Indian affairs. In the CTV interview, Chretien was asked whether he takes some responsibility or would apologize for his role in Canada's residential school legacy. 'We were not informed of any abuse at that time,' he said.
A person who went missing during a hike last week in Colorado ignored multiple phone calls from search-and-rescue because they didn’t recognize the number, according to authorities.
The assistant director who handed Alec Baldwin the gun that killed a cinematographer last week had been fired from a previous job after a gun went off on a set and wounded a member of the film crew, a producer said Monday.
A powerful fall storm has led to a number of wind warnings and special weather statements on B.C.’s South Coast.
Parents have gifted just over $10 billion to their adult children over the past year to help with the down payment of home purchases, according to a CIBC report, with first-time buyers receiving a record average of $82,000 in help and “mover-uppers” receiving an average of $128,000.
Police are investigating an assault on a Tim Hortons employee in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside as a possible hate crime.
University of Manitoba Niigaan Sinclair says that Jean Chretien's comments on residential schools come from a 'deep state of denialism.'
A male alligator removed from a lagoon at an Australian zoo after showing hostility towards other alligators and charging zookeepers.