CTV News at Noon
The SPCA is investigating after an injured dog was found buried alive in the Monteregie area Tuesday. It has since died.
Claude Sarrazin on why terrorists target places where people gather to enjoy themselves.
The CEO of one of Quebec's chief forestry companies says he doesn't think job losses are in the offing for his company, at least in the short term, despite the imposition of U.S. softwood lumber duties.
Some of the brightest minds are in Montreal to share their ideas: People from NASA, IBM and Electronic Arts are presenting at C2 Montreal.
Montreal City Hall was lit in the colours of the Union Jack to honour victims of the concert bombing
Vancouver Whitecaps phenom Alphonso Davies showed once again why some of the biggest clubs in the world have started to take real notice.
Stephen Yeager of Concordia University discusses JRR Tolkien, his works, and his effect on culture.