As COVID-19 variants continue to spread across Canada, the premiers of Ontario and Quebec are calling on Ottawa to reduce the number of international flights arriving in Canada and impose greater restrictions at the Canada-U.S. land border.
The federal government is planning to receive more than 1.9 million COVID-19 doses next week, with shipments coming from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and the first from Johnson & Johnson, though future AstraZeneca deliveries remain uncertain.
As Nova Scotia reports 38 new cases of COVID-19 – the largest single-day case increase in nearly one year – the province's premier announced tighter restrictions in the Halifax area and some surrounding communities in order to help curb the spread of the virus.
Premier Doug Ford apologized and said the province moved 'too fast' in announcing sweeping new measures aimed at curbing the third wave of COVID-19 in Ontario and said his government is working on a provincially-run sick leave benefit to curb the spread of infection.
The world's fastest pace of spreading infections and the highest daily increase in coronavirus cases are pushing India further into a deepening and deadly health care crisis.
A Massachusetts family settles a decades-long rumour and finds some cold hard cash in the process.
A Canadian billionaire is hoping people will ditch their cars for a smaller three-wheeled electric vehicle.
Some construction companies are now turning to 3D printing to build homes in a fast, cheap and sustainable way.
A Vancouver Island man has kept himself busy during the pandemic by designing and building a luxury treehouse.
It's been 40 years since well-known meteorologist David Spence broadcast his first weather forecast from the CTV News Calgary station.
Amanda Stubbs was walking on a U.K. beach when she was forced to run from a huge landslide.
There will be no public celebration as Queen Elizabeth II marks her 95th birthday just days after the funeral for her husband Prince Philip.