Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak has won a bronze medal in the women's 200-metre freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau skirted around questions about when Canadians can expect to be equipped with formal proof of their COVID-19 vaccine status for travel abroad but vowed that the system will be both "simple and efficient."
With September around the corner, some doctors are urging parents of children aged 12 to 17 to get vaccinated in time to build full immunity before school starts again.
Ontario's top doctor says thousands of unvaccinated students will face different rules compared to their vaccinated peers in September.
Tokyo reported 3,177 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, setting an all-time high and exceeding 3,000 for the first time days after the start of the Olympics.
The CDC is now recommending the fully vaccinated wear masks in areas with high COVID-19 transmission amid the Delta variant's surge.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Todd Battis has the story of one man's mission to keep an ancient tradition afloat before it becomes a lost art.
CTV News has confirmed the sale price of a Vancouver mansion that broke a record for the region.
So far, Canada's women have done all the heavy lifting at the Summer Games.
Watch the moment a large meteor streaked through the night sky above Norway in the early hours of July 25.