Due to a labour shortage, iconic Little Italy grocery store Fruiterie Milano’s will close on Mondays. Mario Zaurini explains why.
The Habs’ decision to draft Logan Mailloux is one in the world of sport that has women and their supporters crying foul.
Smoggy days due to forest fires are a side effect of climate change – and one we have to get used to – according to Jill Baumgartner.
Quebecers watched as Mayry Simon became the country’s 30th governor general and the first Indigenous person to fill the role.
The pandemic has changed how, and where, we work. But as many head back to the office, some are calling for a reduced workweek
Carleton University school of social work’s Melissa Redmond talks about drinking habits during the pandemic.
After new help was announced by the federal government for Afghan interpreters under threat from the Taliban, advocates are crying foul over tight deadlines and complicated English-language forms.
An Ontario Superior Court judge has certified a $13.375-million class-action lawsuit against an Ottawa fertility doctor who used the wrong sperm to artificially inseminate patients.
Masks will once again be required in indoor public spaces in one part of B.C. that's seen a recent spike in cases.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, in her first appearance since June 29, said the province will shift its public health response and lift a number of measures related to quarantine, isolation and masks.
The Saskatchewan RCMP Historical Case Unit North is investigating a death that reportedly occurred at the Timber Bay Children’s Home in 1974.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed a back-to-school plan will be released early next week, saying he has 'every confidence in the world' the province will be ready for September.
The former lover of Spain's King Emeritus Juan Carlos has filed a lawsuit with a British court accusing him of spying on her, the latest twist in a financial scandal plaguing the ex-monarch.
The Republican Party's self-portrayal as champions of law and order is colliding with searing testimony from police officers themselves. Officers on Tuesday described in vivid, personal terms the terror of defending the U.S. Capitol from violent insurrectionists inspired by then-president Donald Trump on Jan. 6.
A Milwaukee man has been sentenced to 205 years in prison for fatally shooting five members of his family and he offered no explanation for his actions, saying that he must have a lot of hate.
Iran's supreme leader on Wednesday called the U.S. “stubborn” in stalled nuclear talks in Vienna for discussing Tehran's missiles and regional influence, likely signaling more trouble ahead for the negotiations.
Haiti's newly installed prime minister, Ariel Henry, held his first press conference on Wednesday as he pledged to hold elections as soon as possible following the slaying of President Jovenel Moise
China's foreign minister met Wednesday with a delegation of high-level Taliban officials as ties between them warm ahead of the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan.
Lamenting fans who are being 'real sloppy with personal space,' pop star Lizzo is asking her supporters to 'please give me six feet' as the Delta coronavirus variant spreads in the U.S.
An unreleased Wu-Tang Clan album forfeited by Martin Shkreli after his securities fraud conviction was sold Tuesday for an undisclosed sum, though prosecutors say it was enough to fully satisfy the rest of what he owed on a US$7.4 million forfeiture order he faced after his 2018 sentencing.
'Better Call Saul' star Bob Odenkirk had a "heart related incident" when he collapsed on the show's New Mexico set, and his condition is stable as he recovers at a hospital, his representatives said Wednesday.
The R-value has climbed to peak COVID-19 levels in Alberta, even as daily case numbers remain fairly low, prompting the question: What constitutes a fourth wave of the pandemic in a country that has enough vaccines to inoculate everyone?
The number of people with dementia is forecast to triple to an estimated 152 million worldwide by 2050, according to new data.
A third dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine can 'strongly' boost protection against the Delta variant -- beyond the protection afforded by the standard two doses, suggests new data released by Pfizer on Wednesday.
The Green Party is poised to shell out hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal battles with leader Annamie Paul, worsening an already rough financial situation as a federal election nears.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau skirted around questions about when Canadians can expect to be equipped with formal proof of their COVID-19 vaccine status for travel abroad but vowed that the system will be both "simple and efficient."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday a $5.2-billion deal to help Newfoundland and Labrador cover the costs of its troubled Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project.
CTV News has learned the personal information of British Columbians has been leaked online, with an unknown number of people and agencies potentially still vulnerable, after a data breach at a mental health services provider.
A video of Marineland's last surviving orca, Kiska, is renewing calls online for the marine mammal to be freed.
Facebook Inc. will stop allowing advertisers to target people under 18 on its platforms based on their interests or their activity on other sites, it said on Tuesday in a slew of announcements about young users.