The latest on COVID-19 in Ottawa for Saturday, July 24, 2021.
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.
Alberta's top doctor says the majority of the province's new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are among those who are unvaccinated or within two weeks of their first shot.
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.
A new study investigates how the Alpha variant — the first COVID-19 variant of concern to be identified — spread across the U.K. so quickly in 2020.
The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Friday for all countries to work together to investigate the origins of the coronavirus that caused COVID-19, a day after China rejected plans for more checks on labs and markets in its territory.
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.
A new outbreak of COVID-19 in Barry’s Bay, Ont. has resulted in two closed businesses and nearly two-dozen high-risk contacts, a reminder that Canada isn't out of the pandemic yet.
A tiny home in Brockville built by at-risk youth sits empty in front of the building it was constructed in, waiting to find a permanent location.
A bright and sunny Saturday is in store with rain expected overnight.
The strategy for Canadian cyclist Michael Woods put him within striking distance of victory, but ultimately he fell just short of securing a spot on the podium at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Ottawa police say six drivers are facing stunt driving charges after being caught exceeding speed limits on local streets. Three of them were caught in the same stretch of Bronson Avenue.
The Ottawa Senators selected Tyler Boucher 10th overall in the NHL entry draft on Friday.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Ottawa is back above 40 for the first time in two weeks, as the city's vaccine administration pace slows.
The Hog’s Back Swing Bridge is closed until further notice due to an “operational issue,” the National Capital Commission said Friday.
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.
Swimming Canada confirmed that Sydney Pickrem has withdrawn from the 400-metre individual medley at the Tokyo Olympic Games due to 'medical reasons'.
The Vatican released information on its real estate holdings for the first time on Saturday, revealing it owns more than 5,000 properties as part of its most detailed financial disclosures ever.
Ontario Provincial Police have laid charges following a fire pit incident that left a one-year-old dead, and two more children and two adults injured.
A Calgary father is concerned about his daughter, who police say has been allegedly abducted by her grandparents and taken to Turkey.
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.
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.
David Ewasuk has the story of a yellow Labrador retriever with a unique pastime that has some people buzzing.