Former PM Jean Chretien is being called out over comments on residential schools, stating he was not aware of any abuses.
Montrealers are undecided and divided this municipal election.
Humour columnist Josh Freed discusses his new book containing his writings on the pandemic.
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
A powerful fall storm has led to a number of wind warnings and special weather statements on B.C.’s South Coast.
A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has ordered the return of items seized from Meng Wanzhou during the Huawei executive's arrest at Vancouver's airport over an extradition request from the United States.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he will not bring in additional COVID-19 measures because it ultimately takes away people's personal freedoms.
Parents have gifted just over $10 billion to their adult children over the past year to help with the down payment of home purchases, according to a CIBC report, with first-time buyers receiving a record average of $82,000 in help and “mover-uppers” receiving an average of $128,000.
Albertans will need to prove they have both jabs of a COVID-19 vaccine to go into most restaurants, movie theatres, sporting events and non-essential businesses beginning Monday, adhering to Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program (REP).
Ontario is lifting capacity limits today at restaurants, gyms, casinos and some other locations where proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is required.
Japanese Princess Mako married a commoner and lost her royal status Tuesday in a union that has split public opinion after a three-year delay caused by a financial dispute involving her new mother-in-law.
The initial autopsy on the remains of Brian Laundrie did not uncover a cause of his death and a more intensive examination will be done, a Laundrie family lawyer said Monday.
Former South Korean President Roh Tae-woo, who participated in a military coup then won the election that was the country's first move toward democracy before he was imprisoned for corruption, died on Tuesday. He was 88.
A former top Saudi intelligence official who is living in exile accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday of targeting him, and made an unprecedented public plea to the Biden administration to help obtain the release of his children jailed in Saudi Arabia.
The FBI is revealing new details about a US$31.8 million counterfeit coupon scheme that landed a Virginia Beach couple in prison for nearly 20 years, combined.
Sudan's military seized power Monday, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested the prime minister, and thousands flooded the streets to protest the coup that threatened the country's shaky progress toward democracy.
As questions linger about safety protocols on the movie set where Alec Baldwin killed a cinematographer with a prop gun he'd been told was safe, Hollywood professionals say they're baffled by the circumstances and production crews have quickly stepped up safety measures.
Details are still emerging about how Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed a cinematographer on a New Mexico film set, but some political onlookers swiftly assigned guilt to one of Hollywood's most prominent liberals.
Weeks after his special 'The Closer' was criticized for its jokes aimed at transgender people, Dave Chappelle has addressed the controversy.
As Canadian firms struggle to fill job vacancies, one advocacy group is calling on companies to increase their benefits coverage to include fertility treatments.
Concussions have become one of the largest issues in sports, affecting not just professional athletes but also youth playing at minor levels.
The prevalence of cannabis vaping among teens in Canada and the United States has doubled in the last seven years, a new study has found.
An organization that received $5.8 million from the federal government to help job seekers from under-represented communities is refusing to say if it paid the prime minister's mother, Margaret Trudeau, to speak at an event it held in October.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien is being called out over his recent comments on residential schools, after stating he was not aware of any abuses happening in these institutions while he was minister of then-Indian affairs. In the CTV interview, Chretien was asked whether he takes some responsibility or would apologize for his role in Canada's residential school legacy. 'We were not informed of any abuse at that time,' he said.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will overhaul his cabinet Tuesday with some major moves, including shuffling out Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau, sources tell CTV News.
Microsoft said Monday the same Russia-backed hackers responsible for the 2020 SolarWinds breach continue to attack the global technology supply chain and have been relentlessly targeting cloud service companies and others since summer.
Amid fallout from the Facebook Papers documents supporting claims that the social network has valued financial success over user safety, Facebook on Monday reported higher profit for the latest quarter.
The critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population is continuing to decline, with the estimated number of whales at its lowest level in nearly 20 years.