The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued preliminary guidelines detailing what Canadians can expect to do this summer and fall with fewer pandemic restrictions, all dependent on whether the country can meet its vaccine targets.
New polling by Nanos Research has found that a strong majority of Canadians won't be travelling outside of their communities this summer, despite the expected easing of public health restrictions and the acceleration of vaccinations.
As the war between Israel and Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip lit up the skies and sent civilians running for cover for a fifth night running on Friday, diplomats stepped up efforts to try and end the violence.
Some health experts are questioning Canada's decision to accept thousands of doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from a global vaccine-sharing alliance, only to have them sit in freezers in an Ontario warehouse.
After criticism it wasn’t doing enough to prevent domestic violence and to support survivors, Quebec responded with a swath of new measures to help keep women safe and, according to some advocates, the province got it right this time.
Satellite images of buildings destroyed by airstrikes and plumes of black smoke over Gaza City and Israel were captured on Wednesday.
Health officials say at least 119 Palestinians have died, 8 deaths reported in Israel. CTV's Paul Workman reports.
A cat made good use of one of its 9 lives after leaping from a burning building in Chicago and landing on all fours.
The Last Chance Saloon is listed for $925K and comes complete with historic artifacts, tall tales, ghost stories and no end of lore.
One San Francisco realtor is hoping to cash in on an underwater investment.
Trillions of bugs called Brood X cicadas are emerging from the earth in astounding numbers. CTV’s Joy Malbon has the details.
Crews painted distancing circles throughout Toronto's popular Trinity Bellwoods Park for yet another summer to stop the spread of COVID-19.