The latest on COVID-19 in Ottawa for Sunday, May 16.
Ottawa residents in their 30s are next in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine this week, as the COVID-19 vaccination rollout continues.
Two different demonstrations drew crowds to downtown Ottawa on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
Ottawa Public Health says 95 more people in Ottawa have tested positive for COVID-19 and one more person has died.
Ottawa police and firefighters are searching for a man who fell into the water at Hog’s Back Falls Saturday evening.
"It’s nice to be home and just to come outside, the way I am right now is just fantastic," said Peter Simard.
The Ottawa woman will attempt to walk two kilometres on her prosthetic legs Sunday morning, raising money for the Ottawa Hospital's Emergency Department and Rehabilitation Centre
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The city's finance and economic development committee will vote Tuesday on a proposal to provide a $2.9-million grant to a company that wants to build a new luxury auto dealership at the corner of Montreal Road and St. Laurent Boulevard.
The sudden departure of the senior military officer in charge of Canada's vaccine rollout is unlikely to slow down the high-profile operation, an expert in military affairs said Saturday.
As the pandemic continues, public health inspectors are experiencing increasing amounts of hostility as they conduct their work.
Israel bombed the home of Hamas's chief in Gaza early on Sunday and the Islamist group fired rocket barrages at Tel Aviv as hostilities stretched into a seventh day with no sign of abating.
India has received 500 Canadian-made ventilators from the province of Ontario as the country battles a deadly surge in COVID-19 cases.
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.
Israeli warplanes attacked a building in Gaza housing international news organizations on Saturday as worldwide reaction grows.
The unexpected reassignment of Maj-Gen. Fortin won't affect Canada's vaccine distribution, experts say. CTV's Kevin Gallagher explains.
Many provinces are hitting vaccination records with a steady supply set to arrive again next week. CTV’s Heather Butts explains.
A now muted Maritime landmark designed to warn ships could be forever silenced. CTV’s Todd Battis explains.
Licypriya Kangujam is using her social media account to help people in desperate need of oxygen and other medical resources as India copes with a COVID-19 crisis.
'Feared for my life': Alta. doc shares COVID-19 experience
Romania's Bran Castle, widely known as 'Dracula's castle,' is offering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to visitors.
Young Gaby stars in her own TV show for kids, showing what's behind her admiration for agriculture.
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.