The latest on COVID-19 in Ottawa for Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
At least seven cats, believed to have been killed intentionally, have been found in a west Ottawa neighbourhood.
The City of Ottawa has expanded a tool for health-care workers to the entire population to help residents get a COVID-19 vaccine more quickly.
There will be lots of sunshine in Ottawa on Wednesday, but it won't feel quite as hot.
Ottawa Public Health says eight more people in Ottawa have tested positive for COVID-19.
There was a major leap forward in the effort to vaccinate residents of Ottawa on Monday.
All of Quebec will move to the green zone as of Monday, as COVID-19 cases drop and vaccinations continue.
Teen killer and serial rapist Paul Bernardo failed in his second parole bid on Tuesday after the parents of two of his victims recounted the enduring pain of his twisted crimes and warned he should never be released from his life sentence.
The annual Canada Day run held by the Brockville Road Runners will use the same format as it did in 2020.
The border between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick remains blocked in both directions on Wednesday morning, as residents on both sides of the border continue to protest Nova Scotia's restrictions on travellers from New Brunswick.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians can soon expect more updates about the easing of travel restrictions should vaccinations continue to increase and COVID-19 case counts remain low.
On CTVNews.ca, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid shares her advice for Canadians who sold their vehicles during the pandemic and are in the market for a new ride.
Several arrests have been made after people were forcibly removed from a longstanding encampment at a popular park in Toronto's west end Tuesday as activists clashed with police.
Canada has now fully vaccinated 23.36 per cent of the country's eligible population.
Military ombudsman blasts Sajjan for inaction on misconduct
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Merella Fernandez has the story of how the discovery of 215 unmarked graves in B.C. inspired one Ontario artist's creations.
Experts are warning people to be careful as online rental scams are increasing.
The creators behind 'Tough Turban' talk about how developing a more protective turban can keep Sikh motorcycle riders safer on the road.
Grace Lee reports from Osaka, Japan, on the measures being taken to keep the venues at the upcoming Olympic Games safe from COVID-19.
Canada's only interprovincial zipline will open soon. CTV's Tyler Fleming takes a trip over the Ottawa River.