The military general leading the logistics of Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout says that even with the number of Canadians who are now eligible to be immunized expanding, the country is expecting to have enough doses arriving to offer vaccines to everyone who wants them in the months ahead.
The prime minister's chief of staff, Katie Telford, has offered to appear before the House of Commons' defence committee on Friday as part of its ongoing review into sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces, CTV News has learned.
The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization says people who already got the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine should not feel they made a bad choice.
The federal government is edging closer to waiving intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines, as it faces increased pressure from members of Parliament of all party stripes.
With COVID-19 vaccine demand declining in the United States, some Canadians facing third-wave lockdowns are flying south to get inoculated, perhaps months earlier than they would be able to at home.
The prime minister’s chief of staff, Katie Telford, will appear before the House of Commons’ defence committee on Friday.
An unexpected wave crashed on the shore of a popular park in Richmond, B.C., last week, sending one person to hospital.
Sports writer Shireen Ahmed highlights the prominent athletes in Canada's history that broke barriers and inspired others to compete.
Genevieve Beauchemin has the story of a young Malian mother who has given birth to the world's first surviving set of nonuplets.