Daniel Beland takes a look at the biggest headlines of the week as Montreal heads towards a municipal election on Nov. 7
Goal Initiatives Foundation founder Paul Desbaillets explains how play can help with pandemic-era strains on mental health
Political analyst Raphael Melancon discusses the mandatory healthcare vaccine and the language debate.
What happened to the idea of taking an aspirin a day for heart health? Dr. Christopher Labos on whether it’s still recommended.
Canada Post has decided to honour five of the country’s greatest cartoonists, including Montreal’s own Aislin.
McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Director Daniel Beland takes stock of the Montreal municipal campaign
The body of a Montreal firefighter who went under the water Sunday night assisting a boat in distress has been pulled from the water along with the boat he was trapped under.
Although booster shots and third doses of COVID-19 vaccines aren't currently recommended for most Canadians, additional doses are being made available to certain populations or those who need to travel for work based on their province or territory of residence.
All Ontarians vaccinated against COVID-19 can now download their enhanced certificates, which include a QR code.
The Toronto homicide detective who solved the killing of Stefanie Rengel says he was left stunned by what the young woman charged with her murder revealed during her police interview.
The regulatory body for Ontario's medical profession has barred two outspoken doctors from issuing any medical exemptions related to COVID-19 vaccinations.
In the months since Naheed Nenshi announced he would not be running for a fourth term, he says he's been reflecting on his 11 years in office and the direction the city will take next.
Russia on Monday suspended its mission at NATO and ordered the closure of the alliance's office in Moscow in retaliation for NATO's expulsion of Russian diplomats.
Colin Powell grew up in the South Bronx as the son of Jamaican immigrants. Here's a look at the all the key moments in the life of the Vietnam veteran who went on to become the first Black U.S. secretary of state.
Britain's Parliament opened a sombre session on Monday to honor the Conservative lawmaker stabbed to death as he met constituents, an attack that has raised questions about how the country protects it politicians and grapples with extremism at home.
Ethiopian military airstrikes have hit the capital of the country's Tigray region and killed at least three people, witnesses said Monday, returning the war abruptly to Mekele after several months of peace.
Former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, the man behind the 'Steele Dossier' that claimed Russian officials held compromising information on former U.S. President Donald Trump, defended the claims made in the dossier in his first on-camera interview since it was revealed in 2017.
Russia's total number of coronavirus infections has topped 8 million, more than 5 per cent of the population, and the daily infection toll hit a new record.
A day at the beach turned into a proposal for Kourtney Kardashian, who is now engaged to Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
Betty Lynn, the film and television actor who was best known for her role as Barney Fife's sweetheart Thelma Lou on "The Andy Griffith Show," has died. She was 95.
As the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea turned 59 on Saturday, and his Silverlake Conservatory of Music turned 20, they celebrated with a joint party in the parking lot for the Los Angeles school that often serves as a de facto performance space for its faculty and students.
With Health Canada expected to soon begin considering COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for children aged five to 11 years, a new survey by the Angus Reid Institute says that more than half of Canadian parents plan to give their kids the jab as soon as they get the green light.
A growing number of Canadian hospitals are enacting policies requiring visitors and care partners to show proof of vaccination in order to gain entry, sparking yet another pandemic-era debate for ethicists.
Valneva SE on Monday said its experimental COVID-19 vaccine demonstrated efficacy 'at least as good, if not better' than AstraZeneca's shot in a late-stage trial comparing the two, with significantly fewer adverse side effects.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to visit Kamloops, B.C., today, where the Tk'emlups te Secwepemc Nation announced it had found what are believed to be some 200 unmarked graves at the site of a former residential school last spring.
The Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy are set to expire on Oct. 23.
New Democrats are demanding the federal government crack down on social media giants following recent revelations by a Facebook executive.
Apple is set to kick off its second product event of the season, with the company expected to unveil two high-end MacBook Pro laptops powered by its next-generation silicon chip. It may also introduce an update to its entry-level AirPods that's more in line with the features of the AirPods Pro line.
From Oct. 31 to Nov. 12, thousands of people will attend the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland. CTVNews.ca has created a glossary of terms and issues that will come up during the UN climate talks.
The Ford Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in the United States, announced Monday that it will divest millions from fossil fuels, following similar investment decisions made by other sizable foundations in recent years.