Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin has left his role with the Public Health Agency of Canada as the military general in charge of the logistics of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout and is now the subject of a military investigation.
As several provinces suspend the first dose of AstraZeneca, and questions remain about whether a second shot will be green-lighted, the researcher who oversaw the development of the vaccine says the move is not only flawed but may lead to serious consequences.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued preliminary guidelines detailing what Canadians can expect to do this summer and fall with fewer pandemic restrictions, all dependent on whether the country can meet its vaccine targets.
Israeli planes renewed air strikes in Gaza early on Saturday and Hamas militants responded by firing rockets into Israel as their battle entered a fifth night and U.S. and Arab diplomats sought an end to the violence.
Back-to-back tornadoes killed 12 people in central and eastern China and left more than 300 others injured, authorities said Saturday.
Israel warned that it is not finished bombing the Gaza Strip as more Palestinians were killed in a relentless siege of air strikes.
British Columbia residents say the province’s gang conflict is spiraling out of control. CTV’s Melanie Nagy has the details.
Athletes from around the world are taking part in a virtual marathon and two Canadians are leading the pack.
A cat made good use of one of its 9 lives after leaping from a burning building in Chicago and landing on all fours.
One San Francisco realtor is hoping to cash in on an underwater investment.