David Heurtel discusses the impact Ottawa’s decision might have on Canada-Mexico relations.
The mother of a University of British Columbia doctoral student is suing organizers of a martial arts tournament where she says he was 'battered' by an opponent before falling into a vegetative state.
As the deadline to move out of some Halifax-area encampments passed on Monday, some unhoused people say they remain without many options.
Police say first-degree murder charges have now been laid against the prospective adoptive parents of a 12-year-old boy who was found dead at a home in Burlington more than a year ago.
A WestJet traveller will receive hundreds of dollars from the airline for delayed baggage that held his gear for a Hawaiian golf trip.
Child-care wait lists have ballooned across Ontario since the province signed on to the national $10-a-day program, as demand due to the lower fees appears to be far outpacing the creation of new spaces in many regions.
Just below the fog line hanging over the central Okanagan Valley, rows of saplings for a cherry orchard expansion span the eastern stretch above Highway 33 on the outskirts of Kelowna in Canada's wine country.
Under a heavy police presence, thousands of people bade farewell Friday to Alexei Navalny at his funeral in Moscow after his still-unexplained death two weeks ago in an Arctic penal colony.
Calls are growing for an investigation into one of the worst single tragedies to occur during Israel’s war with Hamas took, after scores of Palestinians were killed trying to access food aid in Gaza City on Thursday.
In the hard-hit town of Stinnett, population roughly 1,600, families who evacuated from the Smokehouse Creek fire returned Thursday to devastating scenes: Melted street signs and charred frames of cars and trucks.
A 12-year-old girl who has been missing for over a week from the Houston, Texas, area may have been trafficked, police said, prompting an Amber Alert.
President Joe Biden is hosting Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni on Friday for talks at the White House as the Democratic U.S. leader struggles to persuade House Republicans to pass legislation that would replenish aid to Ukraine and as both men face political headwinds at home.
Prince William said he was extremely concerned about soaring antisemitism in Britain during a visit to a London synagogue on Thursday as he returned to public duties two days after mysteriously pulling out of a high-profile royal event.
There has been some chatter about Joey Graziadei’s eyes appearing yellow on 'The Bachelor' this season, and he’s now explained the cause.
'Rust' first assistant director Dave Halls on Thursday testified that the movie's armourer was diligent in her work and he was ultimately to blame for the 2021 fatal shooting of the film's cinematographer as he did not do a final check on a gun.
Ruby Chopstix's rise to Winnipeg stardom literally started from the bottom.
Health Canada issued several recalls for various items this week, according to the latest recalls.
An Ontario doctor had his licence temporarily suspended by a disciplinary tribunal after it found he had wrongly accessed patient records, including family members and colleagues, hundreds of times over the span of years.
More than one billion children, adolescents and adults live with obesity around the world, making it the most common form of malnutrition in many countries.
A state funeral will be held later this month for former prime minister Brian Mulroney, who died Thursday at 84. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there will be opportunities for Canadians to express their condolences to Mulroney's family as well.
The bill Health Minister Mark Holland tabled in the House of Commons Thursday is only the first step toward a possible pharmacare program.
Brian Mulroney was one of a kind. Gregarious, thoughtful and engaging, he never forgot his modest roots, writes former NDP leader Thomas Mulcair in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
A number of government agencies in the European Union and elsewhere have voiced concerns about security risks as Apple opens up its iPhones and iPads to rival app stores to comply with EU tech rules, Apple said on Friday.
When observing a hoard of golden-backed frogs at a roadside pond in Karnataka, India, a group of naturalists noticed something odd about one of the amphibians — the animal had a tiny mushroom sprouting out of its side.
The first U.S. spacecraft to land on the moon since the Apollo astronauts fell silent Thursday, a week after breaking a leg at touchdown and tipping over near the lunar south pole.