Digital reporter Lexi Hazlett shows you KENS 5 Eyewitness photos and videos taken in South Texas. (Thumbnail: Photo by Edna Cruz)
Viral videos and social media posts say the Almanac's predictions got the exact dates, but they are a bit off.
A Toronto real estate agent says his quirky music videos are drumming up interest in his listings.
Videos that appears to show more than 10 people at an Earls booth was taken Tuesday night at the Edmonton Crossroads location, CTV News has confirmed.
Officials with the Calgary Police Service confirm a review is underway after a video was posted to social media that appears to show a canine handler kicking a police service dog.
An Ottawa shop selling perogies says they became the victim of fake negative online reviews that destroyed their nearly perfect ratings on Google and Facebook, which can have an equal impact on business.
Montreal police are looking into an anti-Semitic video posted to social media platform TikTok. It comes after a local woman spoke out about the video, trying to get the removed, but Tiktok wouldnt budge.
Resisted the urge to get a pandemic puppy? Looks like now you're stuck getting a rental, at least if you want to get out during curfew (though most of the rental ads appear to be jokes).
An expert in the tourism industry isnt expecting the industry to recover from the effects of COVID-19 until 2023.
As we tiptoe into 2021, we've rounded up the top five most-viewed videos of 2020 on the CTV Montreal website, many of which categorize this bizarre, reflective, and difficult year.