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Endorsements for Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau from former U.S. president Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have raised questions about election interference. But according to the Canada Elections Act, a foreign citizen speaking about the Canadian election does not by itself constitute an instance of undue foreign influence.
In a video posted to his Twitter account Monday, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, in French, pledged to close the land border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec where he says 'thousands of people crossed the border illegally' – a pledge experts say is complicated and misleading.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole’s says his proposed child care tax credit would inject more money into the system, prompting the creation of sorely needed child care spaces across the country. But experts say his claims focus on the demand side of the equation, with unclear effects on supply.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole slammed Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau for hosting a large rally earlier this week, but the event met Ontario’s current COVID-19 restrictions.
The Conservative Party is in the lead in the latest Nanos ballot tracking, with the Liberals in second place after a 5 per cent drop over the past four weeks. Meanwhile, the third-place NDP is gaining on the Liberals with a six-point rise.
Most Canadians say they would hold a negative view of a politician who openly supported the trucker protest that took place in Ottawa earlier this year, a new survey from Nanos Research shows.
Amid allegations of sexual assaults involving members of past Canadian men’s world junior hockey teams, Canadians say sexual misconduct remains a concerning issue within the sport’s culture.
More than twice as many people believe Canada is on the wrong track, as opposed to the right one, when it comes to becoming a more united country, a new survey from Nanos Research shows.
A new survey by Nanos Research shows three in five Canadians are not interested in travelling internationally this summer.
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As Canadians cast their votes in the federal election on Sept. 20, they will be able to follow all of the developments with special coverage from CTV News. Here’s everything you need to know.
CTVNews.ca has compiled profiles of 27 of the more compelling races in what could be a nail-biter of a federal election on Sept. 20. There are some that garner notable interest because of the implications they may have for the region, the broader momentum a party is picking up, or because of the big names on the ballot.
In the battle for the electorate's hearts and minds, it can be difficult for voters to keep all the platforms straight. CTVNews.ca has compiled the promises made so far by the five major parties in one place.
On CTVNews.ca: A transcript of an interview with Diane Benson, spokesperson at Elections Canada, who answered questions on reduced polling stations, how students can vote, and other challenges facing voters in a pandemic election.
The election campaign is underway. Who will you be voting for, and when, and where? When will the leaders debate each other? And what will CTV News be offering to keep you on top of the national election campaign? All of those answers and more on CTVNews.ca.
From advanced polls to voting by mail, CTVNews.ca looks at all the different ways Canadians can cast their ballot on or before Sept. 20 in the 2021 federal election.
With long lines reported at polling stations across the country, Elections Canada is reminding Canadians that anyone in line when polls closed will be able to vote.
A video, taken of a man lying on the floor of a Lethbridge, Alta., health clinic has some wondering about the condition of the province's health care system.
Calgary police are investigating after a shooting in the southwest on Tuesday.
The Alberta Electric System Operator triggered a grid alert early Tuesday evening, switching to its emergency reserves for several hours.
A 29-year-old woman charged with murder in the presumed death of a missing Saskatoon woman was also responsible for the deaths of two teens in 2014.
According to the province's health authority, more kids are ending up in the emergency room due to respiratory issues compared to the same period last year.
City council has approved a plan that will see three different waste bin sizes — all offered at a three different price points.
The 109th Grey Cup game that will be played at Mosaic Stadium on Nov. 20 is officially sold out.
A Regina resident is expressing frustrations about a city repair project on his property that has been ongoing for the past year.
Canadians continue to play hockey for Kontinental Hockey League teams in Russia and Belarus despite the Canadian government’s warning to get out of those countries.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
Justin Trudeau travelled Tuesday to Nova Scotia and P.E.I., where he pledged to find ways to build more resilient infrastructure after inspecting the extensive damage caused by post-tropical storm Fiona.
A hospital in Charlottetown, P.E.I., has responded to several carbon monoxide poisonings in relation to an outside generator.
Kelowna Mounties say they arrested a suspect who allegedly assaulted three family members during a violent carjacking attempt this week.
Vancouver is the only major Canadian city without a ward system, but that may not be the case for long after two of the leading mayoral candidates advocated for a change.
At a time when more shops are dealing with broken windows in Vancouver, a group representing business improvement associations across B.C. is calling on the province to do more to help.
As a shelter in place advisory continues in Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory on Manitoulin Island due to an 'armed and dangerous' man, students are being given the day off from school Wednesday.
Hurricane Ian rapidly intensified off Florida's southwest coast Wednesday morning, gaining top winds of 250 kph, just shy of the most dangerous Category 5 status. Damaging winds and rain lashed the state's heavily populated Gulf Coast, with the Naples to Sarasota region at 'highest risk' of a devastating storm surge.
Despite an emergency alert by Ontario Provincial Police asking people in Wiikwemkoong on Manitoulin Island to shelter in place due to an 'armed and dangerous person' Tuesday afternoon, the school board has deemed it 'safe enough for regular dismissal.'
Winnipeg's business community, along with several mayoral candidates, received a lesson Tuesday on how to transform the city's downtown.
A man who pleaded guilty to assaulting three women and a teenage girl around Winnipeg's river trail system last year has been sentenced to 14 years in prison.
For those looking to buy an orange shirt ahead of Orange Shirt Day on Sept. 30, Indigenous designers are asking the public to make sure their purchase is actually going towards supporting the cause.
Fewer than three weeks before municipal elections, housing continues to dominate many campaigns on Vancouver Island. Ross Crockford, a journalist with Focus Magazine, says while housing is always a big issue at the municipal level, it's bigger than usual this year.
A former Victoria police reserve member has been convicted of a sexual offence involving a youth in the early 1990s. Aaron Plater has been convicted of one count of touching a young person for a sexual purpose while he was leading a youth cadet program, and his victim was a member of that program.
A large protest against the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in B.C. that was originally scheduled to take place outside the province's legislature buildings has been postponed, according to organizers. Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs were originally scheduled to lead the rally on Tuesday afternoon.
Roughly 15,000 healthcare workers and 500 paramedics must be hired this year alone to maintain current patient care and service levels at hospitals across the GTA, says a union representing frontline healthcare workers.
After standing up for his teammate following a bout of online bullying, Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Alek Manoah has been awarded Dove Men+Care's first 'sponsorship for sportsmanship.' Of the interaction, Manoah said he 'meant it from the heart.'
Metrolinx is warning PRESTO card users they could be charged twice if they aren't careful.
Politicians bathing in crowds is a sign of the post-pandemic atmosphere of Quebec's election campaign: masks are rare, candidates are up close with supporters and political rallies are back.
On Monday, Quebecer Julie Bellerose was at the controls of a space probe that deflected an asteroid in a planetary defence test.
The leader of the Quebec Conservative Party said Tuesday he's 'not into building walls' but at the same time doesn't want to rule out putting one up along the U.S.-Quebec border to quell the influx of asylum seekers.
An arrest has been made in relation to a stabbing in London on Monday. As CTV News previously reported, police confirmed a man was in hospital with life-threatening injuries after the incident in a residential area of London’s Hamilton Road District.
Fair tactics, dirty politics or just an election prank? Ward 10 incumbent Paul Van Meerbergen confirms that he no longer controls the website address listed on some of his election signs.
They may frustrate some drivers, but there’s no slowing the installation of more intersections with cement curbs that protect cyclists. On Tuesday, Councillor Michael van Holst’s push to consider alternative designs fell flat.
Amazon has confirmed it’s behind the controversial warehouse project being built in the Village of Blair.
The former Schwaben Club site in Kitchener has been selected as a new emergency shelter location for people experiencing homelessness.
Another step has been taken toward a new future for the former Preston Springs property.