With most COVID-19 restrictions lifted, in-person concerts have resumed along with major music festivals and other entertainment events taking place throughout Southern California. While some concerts can come with steep ticket prices,
Ontario legislators will return to provincial parliament on Aug. 8. Premier Doug Ford says the legislature will sit for approximately five weeks. The main item on the agenda is debate and voting on the provincial budget that was introduced but not passed before the spring election.
It's not an affirming congregation either ... Bown-Kai decided to stay in the big city for the next decade or so, but describes their subsequent move to southernOntario as a "happy accident." "[Glenn Morris United Church] were initially searching ...
The circumstances surrounding a house fire in Chatham that claimed the life of a 22-year-old woman is under investigation. Emergency crews attended 149 Edgar Street around 3:50 a.m. Saturday for a residential fire.
Jodi Cooley, professor of physics at Southern Methodist ... requirements. Ontario gas prices are about to take a huge drop and one expert says it will be 'well worth waiting' if drivers can hold off on filling up. The traditional Canada Day fly-past ...
Canada Day celebrations are set to return in a big way on Friday, July 1 after two years of scaled back festivities due to the pandemic. The holiday will result in a number of closures. Here’s a round up of what’s open and closed locally: All Region of Waterloo museums including: Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum,
The Ministry of Transportation confirmed to CTV News Toronto on Thursday the modified tests needed to obtain your full licence will continue to be available “until further notice.” Ministry spokesperson Dakota Brasier said in an email that tthe test -- which does not include emergency stops,
Consumer rights advocates are demanding compensation from Air Canada for the hundreds of thousands of passengers whose summer flights it cancelled. The country's largest carrier said Wednesday night it will cut more than 15 per cent of its flights in July and August as the country's flight network sags under an overwhelming travel resurgence.
In-person fireworks displays for Canada Day are back in Toronto this year and police say they have a 'robust' plan and 'a variety of resources' to ensure public safety, after violent incidents broke out at Woodbine Beach over the Victoria Day long weekend.
An Edmonton woman plans to buy a new car and travel after she won a million dollars in May. Patricia Misko is Edmonton's latest lottery winner thanks to LOTTO MAX's MAXMILLIONS. She bought her ticket at a Shoppers Drug Mart at City Centre in late May and was shocked to find out she won.
The 'Freedom Convoy' demonstrations that gridlocked the streets of Ottawa in February may seem a long way off in the July sun, but the memory of protesters draped in flags, waving them while singing the national anthem and hanging them from the trucks whose horns blared day and night is still fresh for locals.