NEW THIS MORNING | COVID-19 in Ottawa: Fast Facts for July 25, 2021
The latest on COVID-19 in Ottawa for Sunday, July 25.
With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking a tad more normal on Saturday, although the number of families heading off for warmer climes remains way down from before the coronavirus pandemic.
Several states scaled back their reporting of COVID-19 statistics this month just as cases across the country started to skyrocket, depriving the public of real-time information on outbreaks, cases, hospitalizations and deaths in their communities.
The European Medicines Agency has recommended authorizing Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 17, the first time the shot has been authorized for people under 18.
Russia has sent a shipment of coronavirus-related humanitarian assistance to Cuba, including 1 million medical masks, the defence ministry said on Saturday, adding President Vladimir Putin had given instructions for the aid.
A small preliminary study by researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital suggests that people who develop severe COVID-19 have noticeably blunted antiviral responses in the nose and throat.
A new report from RBC Economics says it expects a renewed surge of retirements in the second half of this year as Canada works to get past the pandemic.
As the Canadian economy emerges from more than 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions and workers begin to return to the office, experts say a wave of employee resignations could trigger labour shortages in a variety of sectors.
Black restaurant owners say the pandemic has made things even tougher and predict that it could be months or even years before they recoup lost earnings, but they're bent on not letting the health crisis get the best of them.
Canadians have been saving more during the pandemic, with many enjoying some financial flexibility for the first time, writes Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid in her latest blog on CTVNews.ca. But we don't want to blow it now, especially with debt levels still stubbornly high.
The Canada Revenue Agency says thousands of self-employed workers who received emergency benefits last year won't have to repay any of it, as long as they meet certain conditions.
The city's associate medical officer of health suggests Ottawa needs to get closer to 90 per cent fully vaccinated to protect against the COVID-19 Delta variant.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting one COVID-19 patient in hospital after nine days of hospitals being COVID-free.
The 2020 Ottawa Police Service Annual Report shows there were fewer homicides, robberies, sexual assaults, assaults and charges for thefts under $5,000 in Ottawa last year.
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Gatineau fire says two people in two inflatable boats called 911 just after 3 p.m. Saturday for help as they were heading towards the Deschenes Rapids.
Ottawa police staff say the Ontario government will cost the $1 million costs related to COVID-19 operations in Ottawa.
Ottawa Redblacks fans sporting red and black made their way inside TD Place for the first time since 2019.
The Ottawa Senators added six players to the club in the annual NHL entry draft.
So far this wildfire season, about 400,000 hectares have burned, and without rain in the forecast, that total looks likely to grow.
The Canadian women's 4x100 freestyle team has swam to a silver medal. It's the first medal for Canada at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Michael Woods came agonizingly close to opening Canada's medal account on the first full day of competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Here's a roundup.
Experts are calling on the Montreal Canadiens to take leadership in confronting sexual violence and misogyny after drafting Logan Mailloux.
An Okotoks, Alta. woman says she and her husband are in a fight with world-wide rental company Airbnb after a recent guest died on the property, resulting in more than $50,000 in damages.
As more athletes test positive for COVID-19, there are new fears that a typhoon could threaten some of the Games.
A hockey player who was recently convicted of a sex-related crime was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens. CTV's Annie Bergeron-Oliver reports.
New fires were reported in Alberta and Manitoba this weekend, where five First Nations have been evacuated. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
The owners of a Montreal barbershop that had its glass door broken by a couple in the throes of passion want to find the pair to offer to treat them to a night in a hotel.
Aylmer family told to tear down their home, even though plans were approved by City officials.
Check out how this artist from B.C. created a full-sized replica of the iconic Volkswagen van in Tofino.
A rural Alberta couple reveal a few secrets to their 75 year long marriage.