Quebec reported 101 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours on Friday, as well as one new death.
CTVNews.ca has everything you need to know about getting COVID-19 vaccines in Montreal, including locations, how to register, and who is next in line.
The physical distance required between people from different households has been reduced to one metre, even indoors.
As vaccination rates increase and employers ramp up inviting workers back to the office, Plexiglas barriers, empty meeting rooms and separated workspaces for unvaccinated employees are some of the health measures that may be commonplace at offices across Canada.
A recent surge in new COVID-19 cases linked to the new Delta variant in Israel is likely going to also play out in Canada, but there is no cause for concern just yet, according to one Montreal epidemiologist.
CTV Montreal’s Maya Johnson went behind the front lines at the MUHC and spoke to respiratory therapist Donna Austin who still thinks of all the lives she saved and the ones she couldn't.
A new report from RBC Economics says it expects a renewed surge of retirements in the second half of this year as Canada works to get past the pandemic.
As the Canadian economy emerges from more than 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions and workers begin to return to the office, experts say a wave of employee resignations could trigger labour shortages in a variety of sectors.
Black restaurant owners say the pandemic has made things even tougher and predict that it could be months or even years before they recoup lost earnings, but they're bent on not letting the health crisis get the best of them.
Canadians have been saving more during the pandemic, with many enjoying some financial flexibility for the first time, writes Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid in her latest blog on CTVNews.ca. But we don't want to blow it now, especially with debt levels still stubbornly high.
The Canada Revenue Agency says thousands of self-employed workers who received emergency benefits last year won't have to repay any of it, as long as they meet certain conditions.
A judge has denounced a Montreal-area man's 'racist' behaviour after taunting and harassing his elderly neighbour for years, and ordered him to pay her $6,000 in damages.
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price should be ready for the start of the regular season, according to the team, despite undergoing knee surgery on Friday.
The owners of a Montreal barbershop that had its glass door broken by a couple in the throes of passion want to find the pair to make sure they weren’t injured and to offer to treat them to a night in a hotel.
Street painting is behind in Montreal, as contractors have had trouble getting safety paint to complete their work.
It’s not just any lot — it’s a gathering place for people living on the street and the people who use it say they feel shut out of the place they’ve long called home.
Major League Soccer says all three Canadian teams will host August matches in their home stadiums.
The former director and founder of the Institut du Nouveau Monde (INM), Michel Venne, is appealing the guilty verdict handed down to him by Judge Stéphane Poulin for sexual assault and exploitation of Léa Clermont-Dion.
Longueuil police says it has noticed an increasing number of park gatherings over the past few weeks and is reminding people to comply with municipal bylaws, as well as public health directives.
Just because Canada and the United States worked closely together to restrict travel across their shared border doesn't mean they were always going to move in lockstep when the time came to reopen it, Ottawa's envoy to Washington said Friday.
A local hiker who was missing in B.C's Garibaldi Provincial Park for two weeks has been found alive.
Ontario Provincial Police have laid charges following a fire pit incident that left a one-year-old dead, and two more children and two adults injured.
The federal government is implementing "special immigration measures" to extract Afghan nationals engaged with the Canadian Embassy, their families and those who helped Canadian military on the front lines as the Taliban continues to gain ground there.
The wildfire situation in British Columbia remains fluid as nearly 300 fires are blazing, but even though drought conditions persist in the southern half of the province and fire risk is still extreme, there are some small signs of improvement.