One of the western provinces is setting itself up to be ready to vaccinate children against COVID-19 when a shot becomes available.
The federal government is planning to unveil its plans for a vaccine passport designed for international travel on Thursday, CTV News has confirmed.
British and international authorities are closely monitoring a subtype of the Delta variant that is causing a growing number of infections in the United Kingdom.
U.S. regulators on Wednesday signed off on extending COVID-19 boosters to Americans who got the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine and said anyone eligible for an extra dose can get a brand different from the one they received initially.
U.S. officials have outlined a plan to roll out two doses of the Pfizer vaccine formulated for children aged 5-11 in the coming weeks — provided that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves Pfizer’s safety and efficacy data.
Countries should grant entry to vaccinated travellers regardless of which shot they received to prevent discrimination and facilitate business, a top official of the Pan American Health Organization says.
A new survey suggests that the rising cost of living and the added burden of COVID-19 are forcing Canadians further into debt.
The Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy are set to expire on Oct. 23.
With many companies making remote work a permanent aspect of certain jobs, experts say employers cannot reduce a current employee's salary without consent and face legal risks if they do.
Legal experts say Canada is facing a potential wave of terminations tied to mandatory workplace vaccine policies as a growing number of employers require workers to be fully inoculated against COVID-19 or risk losing their jobs.
The employment insurance system is set for another round of pandemic-related changes that come into force.
A 4.1 magnitude earthquake was recorded in central Alberta Wednesday night.
A request to recount the votes in the south Edmonton ward of Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi was denied by election officials Wednesday.
More than 3,000 Albertans have now died due to COVID-19 after the province reported 18 new deaths and 786 new cases on Wednesday.
Crews began demolishing the historic El Mirador apartments in downtown Edmonton Thursday.
With more than two months to go before Christmas, shoppers are being warned to buy early to avoid high prices and fewer options – due to supply chain problems and increased shipping costs.
There will not be a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Butterdome again this year due to pandemic restrictions.
Police are searching for a suspect after an elderly woman was sexually assaulted in her home Monday, and neighbours are hoping an arrest is made quickly.
While the vast majority of Alberta Health Services employees have complied with vaccination rules – 61 out of more than 100,000 decided they’d rather quit than get vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce held a meeting on Wednesday to address some big challenges the new council will face when it comes to the city’s path to economic recovery.
Inflation jumped 4.4 per cent in September compared to last year, the highest it's been since 2003.
Inflation has reached levels not seen since 2003, with consumers feeling the pinch on everything from gas to groceries. Vanessa Lee reports.
A Canadian race car driver and Instagram influencer is accused of a 'fraudulent' scheme, along with his two brothers. Glen McGregor reports.
After being forced to play only in the U.S. because of the pandemic, the Raptors are back in Toronto. John Vennavally-Rao reports.
The video shows a group of surfers seemingly unaware of the threat just below them.
Rumeysa Gelgi, 24, hopes to inspire others after being awarded the Guinness World Record for tallest woman in the world.
An amateur diver exploring the shallow waters off Israel's coast was shocked to uncover an ancient sword, dating back nine centuries.
'I hadn't ever been dead before': CTV Vancouver reporter Mike McCardell reflects on his remarkable recovery after a brush with death.