Concordia University professor Kyle Matthews examines what Russia’s intentions could be in Ukraine.
Counselling expert Tina Montreuil discusses COVID's impact on students.
Political science expert Bonnie Campbell discusses whether Canada is doing its part.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier breaks down the Habs new GM, first win in six games and other sports news.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the Mariko Aoki phenomenon, which is the urge to go to the bathroom after entering a bookstore.
Actress Alyssa Milano stars in a crime drama on Netflix called Brazen, about a successful crime novelist whose sister is murderer.
A retired judge from Alberta's Court of Queen's Bench is to determine whether suspended justice minister Kaycee Madu interfered with the administration of justice.
The majority of Canadians either support or somewhat support a new health contribution or fine applied to those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new survey by Nanos Research.
Quebecers will have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter big-box stores with a surface area of more than 1,500 square metres, except for grocery stores or pharmacies.
Quebec will launch pop-up clinics and a phone line to reach unvaccinated citizens in an effort to increase first vaccinations in regions where rates are lowest.
A new Indigenous non-profit organization is seeking an ownership stake in the Trans Mountain Pipeline, saying its aim is to make sure communities along the pipeline's route receive its benefits directly.
In the face of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia crisis, NATO has played a prominent role in attempting to quell further escalations between Russia and the West. CTVNews.ca looks at what Canada’s obligations are to Ukraine as a member of NATO.
U.S. President Joe Biden responded to a question about inflation on Monday by calling a Fox News reporter a vulgarity.
A nightclub in Indonesia's West Papua province burned after two groups clashed inside the building and 19 people were killed, officials said Tuesday.
Bahamian authorities say a cruise ship that was set to dock in Miami this weekend remained in the Bahamas on Monday, avoiding a U.S. judge's order to seize the vessel.
Nearly two dozen sailors on an Australian military ship going to deliver aid to Tonga have tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said Tuesday, raising fears they could bring COVID-19 to a Pacific nation that has so far managed to avoid any outbreaks.
A lone gunman opened fire during a lecture at Heidelberg University in southwestern Germany on Monday and wounded four people, before killing himself, police said.
U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish fighters deployed inside a prison in northeast Syria on Monday, closing in on the facility's last wing controlled by militants for days, the force and a war monitor said. The raid follows the surrender of hundreds of Islamic State fighters and aims to end one of the most brazen attacks by the group in years.
Meat Loaf's streams and sales jumped by massive amounts in the immediate wake of his passing Thursday, and his 1977 'Bat Out of Hell' album is a solid candidate to reenter the top 10 next week as a result of the resurgent interest in his catalog, statistics from the last few days show.
Abigail Disney, a longtime critic of her family's business, is taking her fight to Disney's turf: The big screen.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has said he hires 'teams of cultural appropriation specialists' to vet his recipes and make sure they are safe for publication in his cookbooks.
Pandemic home-based quarantines effectively put women under heightened levels of control from abusive partners, advocates say.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, life expectancy in Canada dropped 0.6 years in 2020, the largest single-year decline ever recorded.
Self-testing COVID-19 rapid antigen tests authorized by Health Canada for purchase and use by the general public contain very low quantities of ingredients that are potentially harmful in larger amounts.
Canada's foreign affairs department experienced a 'cyber incident' last week that is still under investigation and has left the organization without access to some 'internet-based services,' the federal government has confirmed. The 'incident' was discovered the same day the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security issued a bulletin warning about Russian state-sponsored cyber threat activity amid ongoing tensions with Ukraine.
Truck drivers protesting against the vaccine mandate at the border have raised more than $3.7 million from donors around the world but the fundraising platform GoFundMe has temporarily stopped organizers from using the money.
As other countries begin to withdraw embassy and diplomatic staff from Ukraine over heightened concerns of a Russian invasion, Canada is suggesting any non-essential Canadians should leave.
SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo ship successfully undocked from the International Space Station Sunday morning and is making its return to Earth.
In light of inflation and supply chain woes, Canadians are using 'food rescue apps' to reduce grocery bills and waste.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, designed to give the world an unprecedented glimpse of infant galaxies in the early stages of the universe, arrived at its gravitational parking spot in orbit around the sun on Monday, more than a million kilometres from Earth.