Police: 2 dead, 6 injured in stabbings along Las Vegas Strip

The Associated Press Published Thursday, October 6, 2022 7:18PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, October 6, 2022 8:37PM EDT LAS VEGAS (AP) – An attacker with a large kitchen knife killed two people and wounded six others in stabbings along the Las Vegas Strip before he was … Read more

Most Ontarians believe Doug Ford is poorly handling issues such as housing, healthcare, senior care: survey

A new survey suggests that Ontarians “overwhelmingly” believe the Doug Ford government is poorly handling top issues such as housing, healthcare and senior care. The Angus Reid survey, released on Wednesday, indicates that four months into the Progressive Conservative’s second mandate, Ontarians are feeling “generally negative” about the party’s performance. About 80 per cent of … Read more

Man fatally shot in North York, prompting brief lockdown at nearby elementary school

A man is dead following a shooting that took place down the street from a North York elementary school. Police were first dispatched to the Jane Street and Firgrove Crescent area just south of Finch Avenue at around 1:40 pm for a shooting call. Police initially said that officers were administering first aid to the … Read more

Ukraine: Putin signs papers to annex four regions while Russian forces struggle

Adam Schreck, The Associated Press Published Wednesday, October 5, 2022 6:03AM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, October 5, 2022 6:53PM EDT KYIV, Ukraine (AP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the final papers Wednesday to annex four regions of Ukraine while his military struggled to control the … Read more

Bevilacqua endorses Steven Del Duca for mayor of Vaughan

Outgoing mayor of Vaughan Maurizio Bevilacqua is endorsing Steven Del Duca in his bid to take over the top job. Bevilacqua announced his endorsement Thursday morning while revealing a joint 10-point action plan with Del Duca on their vision for city growth. “After serving as your Mayor for 12 years, I can tell you that … Read more

Doug Ford transportation announcement in Hamilton

Ontario Premier Doug Ford will be making an announcement in Hamilton Thursday morning. The premier will be joined by Transportation minister Caroline Mulroney for the announcement. It will be livestreamed at 11 am on CTV News Toronto and on the CTV News app. Little is known about the announcement, but the Progressive Conservatives had made … Read more

Addictions docs, Ontario govt. reach virtual care deal after outcry from physicians

Ontario’s doctors have reached a deal with the province over how much addictions physicians will be paid for virtual care after they raised an outcry over previously planned changes they said would have put 30,000 patients at risk of losing lifesaving opioid treatments, The Canadian Press has learned. Details of the deal were not available … Read more

TTC: Employees allege workplace bullying, harassment in lawsuits

Insults, discrimination, mental distress and a lack of support from leadership – these are some of the claims brought forward by Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) employees who say bullying and harassment have become commonplace in the publicly funded workplace. CTV News Toronto has interviewed more than a dozen current and former employees who say they’ve … Read more

Jacob Hoggard: Hedley frontman being sued for $2.8M by sexual assault victim

Warning: This story contains graphic details that may be disturbing to the reader. The Ottawa woman who former Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard is convicted of sexually assaulting says she is now suing him for $2.8 million. In a draft claim obtained by CTV News, the plaintiff argues that in addition to mental anguish, the incident … Read more

Kids’ pain medication: Parents, critics call for action to address shortage

Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, October 5, 2022 2:40PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, October 5, 2022 3:04PM EDT TORONTO – Experts eyeing a shortage of some kids’ pain and fever medications say there are several things governments, retailers and manufacturers can do to combat … Read more