The recent flood of COVID-19 vaccine doses into Canada is expected to wane this week, with a little more than 1 million shots scheduled for delivery over the next seven days.
Rioters smashed windows and set fires in Old Montreal during a large protest that took place in violation of Quebec's curfew on Sunday evening.
With the second Ramadan of the pandemic likely beginning on Tuesday, Canadian Muslims say they're approaching the holiest time of the year with a mixture of sadness and hope.
Canada has now administered at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 22.78 per cent of the country's eligible population.
Levels of both employment and savings are strong, yet 36 per cent of non-homeowners under the age of 40 have given up on owning a home. And what is worse: 62 per cent of Canadians say that most people will be priced out of the housing market in the next decade, according to the RBC Spring Housing Poll. CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid takes a closer look in her column on CTVNews.ca.
Doctors have performed the first double lung transplant for a COVID-19 patient in Canada.
At least 20,000 people were forced to evacuate the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines following a volcanic eruption.
Jill Macyshon has the story on the flood of social media selfies from people getting their COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Grammy-nominated performer, whose real name was Earl Simmons, died on April 9 one week after going into 'catastrophic cardiac arrest.'
Emergency crews were called to a Saanich shopping centre on Friday after a car crashed into a Walmart, trapping people inside.
A B.C. distillery is being taken to court for offering up a product that is allegedly a little too close to the original.