Dr. Christopher Labos discusses the possibility that the rise of the Delta variant will bring a fourth wave of the pandemic to Quebec.
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
The B.C. government announced 204 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, marking the biggest single-day increase in infections the province has seen since early June.
Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro defended the sweeping changes his government announced the day before, saying they were "the inevitable next step" in the province's COVID-19 response.
As New Brunswick prepares to drop virtually all of its COVID-19 restrictions Friday night, some infectious disease experts are warning the province should prepare for a surge in cases this fall because of the highly contagious Delta variant.
A Winnipeg archdiocese will no longer allow a Catholic priest to preach publicly or teach after he suggested during a sermon that residential school survivors lied to get settlement money.
Police in Sherbrooke are investigating a bizarre incident in which first responders appear to have thrown a woman’s burned body in a dumpster after mistaking it for a mannequin.
A B.C. man who didn't feel like cutting his grass has been fined more than $1,000 for the fire he started.
An oil tanker linked to an Israeli billionaire reportedly came under attack off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, authorities said Friday, an assault that killed two crew members.
A former security guard who knifed nine cats to death in night-time attacks in the English seaside city of Brighton was sentenced Friday to more than five years in prison.
Babysitter Terry McKirchy got a light sentence 36 years ago after pleading no contest to attempted murder for shaking 5-month-old Benjamin Dowling so severely that he suffered permanent brain damage -- weekends in jail for three months and three years probation.
The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, including scores of children and babies in arms, to resettlement in the United States on Friday, and U.S. President Joe Biden welcomed them home.
Thailand implemented new regulations on Friday that appeared to broaden the government's ability to restrict media reports and social media posts about the coronavirus pandemic, raising immediate concerns that authorities will seek to stifle criticism.
North Korea said Friday that leader Kim Jong Un called for stronger capability to cope with any foreign provocation as he met with military officers ahead of annual drills next month between South Korea and the United States that Pyongyang views as an invasion rehearsal.
Mena Suvari explains to The Associated Press her reasoning for writing about Kevin Spacey on the set of their 1999 film "American Beauty" in her new book "The Great Peace"
The concert is scheduled for Aug. 14 in Buffalo, New York. Current U.S.-Canada land border restrictions, however, are set to extend until at least Aug. 21. Now, some fans are out hundreds of dollars and refunds are being denied.
Activision Blizzard's CEO Bobby Kotick admitted that the gaming company's response to a California discrimination lawsuit was 'tone deaf' amid a growing employee backlash and accusations of a 'frat boy' work culture.
The use of fentanyl, cannabis and methamphetamines spiked early in COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Statistics Canada study, which analyzed wastewater in major Canadian cities.
New research by experts at the European Central Bank and a German university has found that transmission of COVID-19 via banknotes is 'very unlikely.'
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.
The federal government is proposing the creation of new powers to block online platforms that repeatedly refuse to take down harmful content, and is looking at new ways for CSIS and RCMP to play a role it comes to combating online threats to national security and child exploitation content.
Afghan interpreters trying to escape a resurgent Taliban had another challenge Thursday in seeking Canada's help: the email inbox for immigration forms stopped working.
Elections Canada potentially could be counting millions, not thousands, of mail-in ballots if a fall election is called, says Nanos Research's Nik Nanos.
A new study suggests that clay minerals are the cause of radar reflections below the South Pole on Mars after initially being attributed to liquid water.
A Russian space official on Friday blamed a software problem on a newly docked science lab that briefly knocked the International Space Station out of position.
British Columbia's highest court has upheld the distracted driving conviction of a man who insisted his cellphone was merely wedged between his thigh and car seat when he was stopped by police.