A 48-year-old man died after his canoe capsized Wednesday afternoon.
Three close-knit northern Saskatchewan communities have made the decision to cancel Canada Day celebrations.
Having immunized 70 per cent of its eligible population with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Alberta will lift public health restrictions in two weeks, Premier Jason Kenney announced Friday.
Some residents of a Saskatchewan town are raising concern about the future of their community’s historic landmark.
The English River First Nation emergency management team on Thursday declared a COVID-19 outbreak in the community of Wapachewunak.
Students and staff from the Saskatoon campus of the First Nations University of Canada organized a walk for truth and reconciliation on Friday morning.
Responding to complaints from an Indigenous girl and her mother, the Nova Scotia government has scrapped a high school correspondence course that asked students to list the advantages of the residential school system.
The Saskatoon Pride parade is taking place virtually Saturday for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.
By the end of July, Canada will have received 'over 68 million' doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday, resulting in more Canadians being able to receive their second doses earlier than expected.
A review of the 2020 Saskatoon civic election from returning officer Scott Bastian outlines several potential changes that can improve the process.
A positive COVID-19 case was reported Thursday at Bethlehem Catholic High School, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools said in a news release.
WATCH: CTV's Tyler Barrow reports on a discovery that may help with the helium shortage.
WATCH: If you see some larger than usual bumble bees buzzing around, local experts say it’s nothing to worry about. CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti has the story.
WATCH: A Saskatoon woman says she got a surprise when she bought three dozen eggs. Chad Leroux cracks the case.
Police are still searching for the driver of a vehicle that sped through a stop sign in Niagara Region last week and hit a bike being ridden by an 11-year-old child, knocking him to the ground before leaving the scene.
The seven o'clock cheer for health-care workers is still alive in a Langley, B.C., neighbourhood, but not everyone's cheering: a neighbour has filed a noise complaint.
Alberta is now a hot spot for a rare and potentially fatal disease known as alveolar echinococcosis (AE) -- a parasitic infection transmitted from canines.
A British Columbia woman says she needed hospital treatment for injuries including gashes and deep bruises after being attacked by a deer defending its fawn.
We’re cruising into the weekend with a ride on Saskatoon’s favourite riverboat, The Prairie Lily! (Sponsored)
From trimming the lawn, to trimming hair – Denise Wild shows off a few great gift ideas for Father’s Day. (Sponsored)
On this Friday edition of #Your15, we’re camping under the northern lights, going for a ride on the CPR, checking out a gorgeous sunset, and showing off a beautiful fan-made gift.
WATCH: CJ Katz cooks up some Lemon Herb Grilled Chicken in this week’s edition of the Wheatland Cafe.
WATCH: Sean Leslie and Matt Young bring you the week’s top political news.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.
A decade after releasing 'Friday,' Rebecca Black is back and working on new music, here's the latest message she hopes to spread.
A missing hiker was found alive after being charged by multiple bears deep in the Alaskan wilderness.
It's going to be a very happy Father's Day this weekend for a Yukon couple who flew to Vancouver for the birth of their new baby boy.
A small celebration was held in a Montreal care home for Cecile Klein's 114th birthday, the oldest living Canadian.
An 80-year-old man has developed a strong friendship with an unlikely companion.
Montreal Canadiens interim coach Dominique Ducharme has been sent home after testing positive for COVID-19.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintains that Canada will need to meet the COVID-19 vaccines target of 75 per cent of the total population with a first dose and 20 per cent with two doses before his government lifts border restrictions.
A video, showing a Montreal police (SPVM) officer kneeling on a young Black man's neck, has sparked outrage and calls for an investigation by politicians.
Canadian Blood Services says it is making plans to submit an application to Health Canada by the end of 2021 to replace the blood ban with a sexual behaviour-based screening model for all donors.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau voiced his support for Harjit Sajjan on Friday after opposition parties banded together in the House of Commons to censure the embattled defence minister. He used part of his opening statement during his first COVID-19 update in a week to tout Sajjan's previous service as a police and military officer before accusing the Conservatives of slandering the minister.
Manitoba RCMP said Eric Wildman, a suspect wanted in a homicide investigation, was arrested Friday morning in Ontario after police were allegedly met with gunfire.
This Ukrainian couple chained themselves together for four months to try and save their relationship. It didn’t quit work out as planned.
CTV News infectious disease specialist Dr. Adbu Sharkawy discusses NACI's AstraZeneca guidelines and whether people should feel 'mislead.'
Niagara Regional Police in Ont. are sharing shocking dashcam footage in hopes of finding the driver who narrowly hit an 11-year-old boy.