Emergency room doctors and nurses in Canada are growing increasingly frustrated that many of them have yet to receive a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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.
Researchers in Saskatchewan, along with others around the globe, are working to create a universal vaccine that might be able to work against all future coronavirus-related viruses.
Canada has now administered at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 36.12 per cent of the country's total population.
Statistics Canada will say this morning how the labour market fared last month as governments imposed lockdowns and renewed restrictions aimed at slowing the rising spread of COVID-19.
Albertans are in a rush to get vaccinated amid a worsening crisis. Meanwhile, N.S. eyes tougher restrictions.
Questions over player safety have led to growing calls for the NHL to tone down the aggression. CTV’s Genevieve Beauchemin explains.
Nova Scotia's premier warned he might impose tougher restrictions to reduce the rapid spread of COVID-19. CTV's Todd Battis reports.
An Alberta man is refusing to admit defeat even though his glasses have been under a frozen lake for three months.
Prince William and Duchess Kate have launched their own YouTube channel in a push to modernize the monarchy. CTV’s Joy Malbon reports.
An unexpected wave crashed on the shore of a popular park in Richmond, B.C., last week, sending one person to hospital.
Dashcam footage shows how the driver of an armoured truck reacted during an attempted hijacking on a highway in South Africa.
Genevieve Beauchemin has the story of a young Malian mother who has given birth to the world's first surviving set of nonuplets.