Quebec reported 742 more positive COVID-19 cases on Sunday, with 552 of those not fully vaccinated.
Quebec Premier François Legault is insisting employers have the right to oblige their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 upon returning to the workplace.
Reported daily COVID-19 caseloads in Canada could reach unprecedented highs later this month if current levels of virus transmission are not reduced, new federal modelling data shows.
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.
Quebec's vaccine passport is being used by businesses and services across the province, limiting access to non-essential shopping and activities for those who aren't fully vaccinated.
Masks will be mandatory in Quebec classrooms for both elementary and high schools in nine regions including Montreal and Monteregie, Education Minister Jean-François Roberge said Tuesday.
Canadian hospitals spent nearly $1 billion caring for patients with COVID-19, with the average cost per patient being $23,000.
Canadians with the lowest credit ratings repaid the most credit card debt in the first year of the pandemic as part of a wave of non-mortgage debt repayments, Statistics Canada said Monday.
New Democrats say they've have been flooded with calls from Canadians aged 65 and up who suddenly find themselves cut off from monthly government payments due to the pandemic benefits they relied on last year.
The Canada Recovery Benefit is now unavailable to people who haven't yet filed their taxes for 2019 or 2020, according to recent changes on the Government of Canada’s website.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
It's the moment we've all been waiting for — the polls for 2021's federal election will close Monday, Sept. 20.
Premier Francois Legault sees his government as a bulwark against radical elements in society, including all those who oppose health measures and vaccination against COVID-19.
As the federal party leaders make their final push to Canadian voters, new polling data suggests that the Liberals and the Conservatives are in a dead heat.
A woman and two young teenagers lost their lives Sunday afternoon in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu when an SUV vehicle violently struck their car, which was stopped at a red light.
One Montreal lawyer and patient advocate says it's time for some extreme measures.
An unsuspected effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting widespread use of telecommuting is that the anti-scab provisions of the Labour Code may have lost some of their bite and become less effective.
While in the middle of a heated battle to retain her seat as mayor of Montreal, Valerie Plante was honoured for her fight against climate change this week along with a professor from McGill University.
A group of Concordia University students had visions of driving to California's iconic Big Sur, but the COVID-19 pandemic hit and their dreams were put on hold, so they developed a camper van that now has a line up of buyers.
On the eve of the 44th federal election, the race between the Liberals and Conservatives remains very close, while Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau maintains a slight advantage over Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole when it comes to preferred prime minister.
The federal election campaign entered its final hours with party leaders making last-minute appeals in whirlwind tours of swing ridings, all while still trying to convince voters to buy into their version of what this vote is all about.
On election day, CTVNews.ca has you covered every step of the way.
'The Crown' has won the best drama series Emmy Award, while Apple TV's 'Ted Lasso' took best comedy series honours.
Albertans needing proof they're vaccinated against COVID-19 were able to download cards from the province's website on Sunday, but almost right away some residents said they were easily able to edit them.
The federal party leaders capped off a 36-day campaign with a final day hitting several provinces in a closing plea for votes.