A 64-year-old man has died following a collision on Highway 401 in Etobicoke this morning.
Thousands of protesters gathered on the lawn of Queen’s Park to show their opposition to the privatization of health care.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits Toronto and greets large crowd of supporters.
Food inflation rose 6.8 per cent in August. Take a closer look at the items driving that increase.
Testers uses state of the art science and testing to rate and recommend the safest seats on the market.
A laundry expert reveals tested tips to live by, whether you’re a seasoned pro or a rookie.
Reducing iodized salt can have some health benefits but it can also leave you short on iodine and flavour, Here are some substitutes.
Today's top stories in the world of science with CTVs science and technology expert, Dan Riskin.
A New book out today "Draft Day: How Hockey Teams Pick Winners or Get Left Behind" takes an inside look at the forces that are at play.
"The Traitors Canada" is CTV's latest reality competition program, that brings 20 contestants together to win a cash bounty.
Spend your leftover foreign currency at the Molson Exchange.
Parenting Expert Maureen Dennis shares products that can set your family up for success this fall.
Personal Finance Expert Barry Choi shares how you can maximize the value of your American Express Membership Rewards Points.
Affordable child care should help working parents, but there's not enough of it. Morna Ballantyne, executive director, Child Care Now.
Guest: Jim Stanford, director of the Centre for Future Work and Peter Capelli, professor at the Wharton School of Business.
What can government do to prepare the workforce for the future? Monte McNaughton, Former Ontario Labour Minister.