Lutheran Church-Canada is investigating a Saskatchewan pastor following allegations that he used an anonymous Twitter account to harass a Saskatoon blogger
Buckland Fire and Rescue were called out to the Wahpeton Dakota Nation with reports that someone was stuck in a well Friday night and ended up saving a puppy.
Reality TV fans have a new opportunity to get their fix of business shows, as a new series features Indigenous businesspeople from across Canada.
Saskatchewan can expect an old fashioned winter this year, according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac.
A fundraiser launched to save a drive-in theatre in Manitou Beach is proving to be controversial.
Police in Saskatchewan were searching for a woman who went missing from a healing lodge southeast of Maple Creek.
The plaintiffs who filed a $25-million lawsuit earlier this summer have been unable to find the former pastor at the centre of it.
The emergency shelter at Lighthouse Supported Living will officially cease operations next week.
A James Smith Cree Nation man is still coming to terms with with losing his brother in a mass stabbing that also left his niece seriously injured.
A University of Saskatchewan professor is asking for mask use to return to campus as the number of infections of COVID-19 reached the fourth-highest of the pandemic, according to wastewater research done by the university.
Non-profit groups that work with Prince Albert’s homeless population are sound alarm bells as government COVID-19 relief funding used for a winter shelter has stopped.
Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) responded to a condo fire in the 300-block of Kingsmere Boulevard around 11 p.m. Thursday.
Former students of a private Saskatoon Christian school facing dozens of abuse allegations told Saskatchewan’s education minister the school must be closed.
WATCH: A 93-year-old golfer is still enjoying participating in the province’s fitness association 55-plus games.
The City of Prince Albert, in partnership with the Malcolm Jenkins Family Foundation, has officially opened the upgraded James Isbister Park.
A 31-year-old man from Quebec is now facing a slew of charges after police tried to stop a driver wreaking havoc on a residential street in Brampton, Ont.
A Winnipeg dragon boat team is celebrating 25 years of competition, and fighting breast cancer.
A 23-year-old self-described 'Crypto King' from Ontario allegedly owes at least $35 million to investors but most of the money has disappeared.
There were four cars in the hole at Infiniti South Edmonton's parking lot when CTV News Edmonton arrived on scene just before 10:45 a.m.
A Winnipeg choir felt more like rock stars Friday night after performing on stage with The Eagles at Canada Life Centre.
Glenn Waddingham is a B.C. bellman who built a Lego replica of the hotel he works at. Adam Sawatsky reports.
After hammering Atlantic Canada, post-tropical storm Fiona has moved inland in southeastern Quebec, with Environment Canada saying the storm will continue to weaken as it tracks across southeastern Labrador and over the Labrador Sea.
As post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada on Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will deploy the Canadian Armed Forces and match any donations to the Canadian Red Cross.
Strong winds and heavy rainfall from Fiona have left over 365,000 Maritimers still without power, as of 11 a.m. Sunday.
Post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada after making landfall early Saturday and storm chasers captured the incredible power as the storm roared ashore.
Municipal roads are closed on Quebec's Magdalen Islands and residents are ordered to stay inside as the region battles the effects of Fiona.
Canada is credited for having one of the world’s most immigrant-friendly policies, but a CTVNews.ca analysis finds the criteria used to prioritize applicants based on age leaves many at a disadvantage.
Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer says Pierre Poilievre's caucus will be supporting the Liberal government's bill to temporarily double the GST credit. In an interview on CTV's Question Period, Scheer said 'putting tax dollars back in the pockets of Canadians is something that Conservatives have always supported.'
Police in Newfoundland and Labrador say two people were swept out of residences that collapsed into the sea as post-tropical storm Fiona hit Saturday.
The town of Port aux Basques in Newfoundland is under a state of emergency as first responders cope with electrical fires, residential flooding, and washouts due to post-tropical storm Fiona.
In P.E.I., 95 per cent of the province is without power due to Hurricane Fiona. Vanessa Lee reports.