Electric vehicle show in Montreal introduces those keen on fighting climate change an option to drive in.
Dr. Christopher Labos breaks down how rapid testing in schools will change the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Psychologist Anna-Marie Tosco speaks about how to cope with anxiety and depression.
It's Fashion Week in Montreal and the message is to shop local.
With less than a week until voting day new polling figures show the Liberals and Tories are in a statistical tie.
The MNAs and party leaders are back at the National Assembly today laying out their plans for the coming fall session.
On Sept. 30, federal offices, banks and post offices will be closed to mark the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, but Alberta, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario have said they’re not officially observing the day as a paid day off.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection to the death of his one-year-old child in Wellesley Township.
Prince Edward Island's Opposition leader says a rise in COVID-19 cases has revealed the inappropriateness of a public scolding dished out by the premier over criticisms of the government's back-to-school pandemic policies.
With a fourth wave of the pandemic underway, provinces and territories are responding with a variety of restrictions. CTVNews.ca looks at what is and is not allowed in each jurisdiction.
The leaders of four health-care unions and the Alberta Federation of Labour implored Premier Jason Kenney to submit a formal request for assistance from Ottawa as hospitals grapple with increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients.
Premier John Horgan says the province is willing to help Alberta when it comes to battling COVID-19, but the priority is on ensuring hospitals in British Columbia don't become overwhelmed.
Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan's capital said Sunday, detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers.
Police searched a vast Florida wildlife reserve on Saturday for 23-year-old Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabrielle 'Gabby' Petito, while across the country the FBI hunted for clues about the missing woman in a mountainous national park in Wyoming.
Select Hong Kong residents voted for members of the Election Committee that will choose the city's leader in the first polls Sunday following reforms meant to ensure candidates with Beijing loyalty.
France's foreign minister has denounced what he called the 'duplicity, disdain and lies' surrounding the sudden rupture of France's lucrative contract to make submarines for Australia in favour of a U.S. deal and declared that a crisis is at hand among the Western allies.
A year after the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the country's top abortion-rights activists warned that the Supreme Court's recent inaction on Texas' extremely restrictive new abortion law could signal the end of judicial checks and balances on the issue.
The last two of six Palestinian prisoners who escaped a maximum-security Israeli prison two weeks ago were rearrested early Sunday, the Israeli military said.
Emmy Awards host Cedric the Entertainer and the show's producers promise it will be a celebration for all. But it could be much more rewarding, even historic, for some.
'Belfast' from writer-director Kenneth Branagh has won the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
From seeing stars moved to tears in connecting with audiences, to the transparent handling of a COVID-19 case, the Toronto International Film Festival co-heads say they feel this year's hybrid pandemic showcase was successful and safe.
Scientists at the University of California, Riverside are currently studying whether they can turn edible plants into mRNA vaccines.
A new study has found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is evolving to get better at becoming airborne in its newer variant forms, raising concerns that loose-fitting face masks only provide 'modest control' against infection.
Just one month ago, U.S. President Joe Biden and his health advisers announced big plans to soon deliver a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine to all Americans, but some of nation's top medical advisers on Friday delivered a stinging rebuke of the idea
Candidates are making their final appeals to voters today ahead of tomorrow's federal election.
Some Muslim Canadians say there has been little political action on Islamophobia since the June 6 attack on a Muslim family in London, Ont., and argue the issue hasn't been discussed enough during the federal election campaign.
Former defence chief Jonathan Vance's obstruction of justice case has been adjourned till next month after its first, brief, virtual courtroom proceeding.
The Netherlands has long been the world's tallest nation -- but its people are getting shorter, according to Dutch researchers.
Four space tourists safely ended their trailblazing trip to orbit Saturday with a splashdown in the Atlantic off the Florida coast. Their SpaceX capsule parachuted into the ocean just before sunset, not far from where their chartered flight began three days earlier.
Facing Kremlin pressure, Apple and Google on Friday removed an opposition-created smartphone app that tells voters which candidates are likely to defeat those backed by Russian authorities, as polls opened for three days of balloting in Russia's parliamentary election.