McGill’s Jonathan Jarry on the new malaria vaccine and if it’s really the game changer people say it is.
The first French debate for Montreal mayoral candidates was a bit chaotic as they covered topics from homelessness to climate change.
Political analyst Raphael Melancon talks Legault’s controversial speech, a failed party merger in Montreal and Coderre’s candidate trouble
After Colin Powell’s death, Dr. Christopher Labos explains why some double-vaccinated people can still get very sick with COVID-19.
Mayoral candidate Valerie Plante gives her vision for the city as CTV News interviews the frontrunners in Montreal’s Nov. 7 election
Candidates Valerie Plante and Denis Coderre both say they’re planning to stimulate the local economy if elected mayor of Montreal.
The Canadian Coast Guard and United States Coast Guard are warning boaters after 40 shipping containers were tossed from a cargo ship Friday in rough seas off Vancouver Island.
Amid the ongoing contaminated water crisis in Iqaluit, the impact of food insecurity is hitting some residents extremely hard as grocery prices in the territory are often two to three times higher than in southern Canada.
A mother and early childhood educator in Peterborough, Ont., has started a school this year that fits Ojibwe cultural teachings into the Ontario curriculum.
The Ontario government has unveiled its long awaited plan to slowly lift public health restrictions as the COVID-19 situation in the province continues to level off.
Canadians should carefully weigh any future decisions on taking foreign trips even though the federal government has lifted a global advisory asking them to avoid non-essential travel, health officials cautioned Friday.
Ontario has released a plan for lifting COVID-19 public health measures over several months. Here's the province's timeline:
The narrative that passengers watched a man rape a woman on a train in suburban Philadelphia last week and 'filmed it for their own gratification instead of calling the police' is false, the prosecutor handling the case said Thursday as he asked witnesses to come forward.
The debate about fascist ideology -- and its continuing appeal to some Italians -- has been reignited in the wake of the government's attempts to control the coronavirus pandemic.
A math teacher in Southern California has been placed on leave after videos posted online showed her wearing a headdress and mimicking a Native American dance during a lesson.
A Florida businessman who helped Rudy Giuliani's effort to dig up dirt on Joe Biden in Ukraine was convicted Friday of campaign finance crimes, including funneling a Russian entrepreneur's money to U.S. politicians.
The U.S. Supreme Court is allowing the Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in place, but has agreed to hear arguments in the case in early November.
It would've been unthinkable 12 months ago as the cruise industry reeled from the effects of Covid, but one operator is now offering an epic new voyage that will last nine months and take travelers to more than 150 destinations.
In an interview conducted by Vogue, singer Adele admitted one of her most prized possessions is a framed piece of gum chewed by Canadian icon Celine Dion.
The house made famous by Wes Craven’s seminal slasher film, A Nightmare on Elm Street, is up for sale and could be yours for US$3.25 million, or almost three times what Craven reportedly spent filming it in 1984.
Police in China's capital Beijing say famed international pianist Li Yundi is a suspect in a prostitution case.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says red, white, and yellow raw onions from Prosource Produce LLC of Hailey, Idaho are being recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination.
CTVNews.ca asked two experts to answer common questions submitted by readers about Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11. Here's a look at their responses.
Kid-size doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine appear safe and nearly 91 per cent effective at preventing symptomatic infections in 5- to 11-year-olds, according to study details released Friday as the U.S. considers opening vaccinations to that age group.
Workers who lose their job over a refusal to vaccinate against COVID-19 may not be eligible for employment insurance benefits, according to updated guidelines from the federal government.
The federal privacy watchdog is investigating 'a number of complaints' about the government's COVID-19 vaccination requirement for public servants. In a statement today, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien says his office is looking into how principles for handling personal information were applied to the federal policy.
Sen. Josee Forest-Niesing is in hospital after contracting COVID-19, despite being fully vaccinated. Her office says the 56-year-old Sudbury senator is no longer in intensive care and is hopefully on the mend.
Two newly identified tiny species of fish and lizard that existed 100 million years ago have been detailed in a study.
An elephant's tusks are among its defining features, but an increasing proportion of female elephants in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park have been born without these crucial tools, and scientists say it's an evolutionary response to poaching.
Astronomers had an unprecedented front-row seat to the explosive death of a star 60 million light-years away. They witnessed the event thanks to telescopes on the ground and in space, including the Hubble Space Telescope.