Geneticist and epidemiologist Brent Richards discusses how a person’s genes affect how COVID-19 may affect them
Economics professor Franceso Amodio says Quebec is overlooking an obvious solution to the nursing shortage: immigration
CSQ vice president Anne Dionne speaks about issues concerning daycares as they set to restart.
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McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the difference between droplets and aerosols when it comes to COVID-19.
Philippe J. Fournier breaks down the CAQ's drop in support.
A winter storm is battering southern Ontario and parts of Quebec Monday, with anywhere from 15 to 50 centimetres of snow expected to fall across the provinces.
Ontario’s chief medical officer of health is sounding a tone of optimism nearly two weeks after the province instituted a modified lockdown to slow the spread of the Omicron variant.
Ontario health officials reported that 3,887 people are in hospital with COVID-19, and 578 of those patients are in intensive care.
Environment Canada has issued a blizzard warning Monday morning due to gusty winds and near-zero visibility amid blowing snow as parts of Ontario expect up to 60 centimetres.
It's been several years since St. Anthony's Church on Dominion Street in Glace Bay closed its doors to the public, and since that time the vacant facility has attracted hundreds of birds, both inside and out.
From cars buried in snow to ambulances scrambling through barely visible streets, CTVNews.ca has collected images showing the extent of the snowfall across Toronto and parts of Ontario.
A six-year cold case investigation into the betrayal of Anne Frank has identified a surprising suspect in the mystery of how the Nazis found the hiding place of the famous diarist in 1944.
A suspected drone attack claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels targeting a key oil facility in Abu Dhabi killed three people on Monday and sparked a separate fire at Abu Dhabi's international airport.
Russia's top diplomat angrily rejected the U.S. allegations that it was preparing a pretext to invade Ukraine as Russian troops that are amassed near the Ukraine border launched more drills Monday.
North Korea fired two suspected ballistic missiles into the sea Monday in its fourth weapons launch this month, South Korea's military said, with the apparent goal of demonstrating its military might amid paused diplomacy with the United States and pandemic border closures.
New Zealand and Australia were able to send military surveillance flights to Tonga on Monday to assess the damage a huge undersea volcanic eruption left in the Pacific island nation.
Greece Monday imposed a vaccination mandate for people over age 60, as coverage remains below the European Union average and a recent spike in infections has sustained pressure on hospitals.
'America's Funniest Home Videos,' one of the shows that solidified Bob Saget as a fixture in the living rooms of many, is paying tribute to its former host on Sunday.
Ralph Emery, who became known as the dean of country music broadcasters over more than a half-century in both radio and television, died Saturday, his family said. He was 88.
Netflix Inc has raised its monthly subscription price in Canada and the United States, the company said on Friday, to help pay for new programming to compete in the crowded streaming TV market.
The community of Pangnirtung, Nunavut is fighting the latest wave of COVID-19 as well as a tuberculosis outbreak.
A doctor and a psychologist say Health Canada's move to allow physicians to request restricted psychedelic drugs for patients as part of their psychotherapy is a positive step toward transforming mental-health care.
After years of dialysis treatment, Roy Dahl is now at the top of the wait list for a kidney transplant, but with the fifth wave of COVID-19 spurring surgery delays or cancellations, he’s concerned there could be yet another delay.
Health Canada has authorized the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral treatment Paxlovid. The agency says the prescription-only medication can be given to adults ages 18 and older to treat mild to moderate cases of COVID-19, if they have a confirmed positive viral test and are at a high risk of becoming seriously ill.
The federal government is unlikely to challenge Quebec's controversial proposal to apply a tax on the unvaccinated in the province, says former premier Jean Charest.
Former federal NDP leader Alexa McDonough, a political trailblazer who paved the way for women in politics, died Saturday in Halifax at the age of 77.
Automakers have been installing increasingly high-tech features and infotainment systems in vehicles, but that doesn't mean they're becoming safer. Given the lack of regulatory oversight into the issue, safety advocates are working to raise regulatory and consumer awareness about the risks of increasingly complex vehicle controls.
Social media giant Facebook, now known as Meta Platforms, faces a 2.3 billion pound plus (US$3.2 billion plus) class action in Britain over allegations it abused its market dominance by exploiting the personal data of 44 million users.
The next 'giant leap' for humans may be a trip to Mars, but having enough oxygen-carrying red blood cells for the journey might present a challenge, new research suggests.