All of Canada's major party leaders have cast their ballots in the country's first pandemic election, which culminates today as Canadians from coast to coast go to the polls.
Quebec has 679 new COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of people infected to 403,704 since the start of the pandemic.
New York State has awarded a 25-year contract to Hydro-Quebec, the provincially-owned company's largest export contract.
Quebec Coroner Gehane Kamel, who is investigating the deaths at the Herron long-term care home (CHSLD) in Dorval during the first wave of COVID-19, was indignant Monday that no one thought to count the deaths at the time, as if 'no one was accountable.'
The leader of the Quebec Liberal Party is demanding that a crisis management committee be created in wake of the province's current COVID-19 situation.
Pfizer said Monday its COVID-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will seek U.S. authorization for this age group soon -- a key step toward beginning vaccinations for youngsters.
A fire at a lumber yard caused multiple injuries in Beauceville, in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region, Monday morning.
Quebec divers Lysanne Richard and Yves Milord have set a world record after performing a synchronized high dive from two hot air balloons flying 25 metres up.
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration has announced its first clear indication that it is preparing to ease travel restrictions first imposed in March 2020, but details are in short supply, including how the new policy will specifically impact travel at the Canada-U.S. land border, where non-essential visitors remain prohibited from crossing.
The vehicle of a municipal councillor in Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, in the Laurentians on Montreal's North Shore, was set on fire Sunday night in the driveway of her home, the local police department confirmed.
NHL forward Jonathan Drouin opened up for the first time about why he took a surprise break from professional hockey last spring, in separate interviews on RDS and TVA Sports.
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As usual, Quebec could make or break the bigger election results, helping deliver the Liberals their coveted majority—or denying it in a last-minute squeaker.
The lead detective on the horrific murder of an Ontario doctor says the killer made one big mistake when trying to cover up the crime, leaving investigators a calling card that led them straight to his door.
At the Chevron retirees country garden, the scarecrows are actually for the moose who have a taste for beet greens.
An Ontario woman says Air Canada allowed her 11-year-old son to board an international flight without supervision and fly home alone.
The provincial government, with less than 24 hours to go before new COVID-19 guidelines come into force in Alberta, made it simpler for residents to acquire a document proving they've been vaccinated.
The Callander Bay Heritage Museum has received a 'treasured' collection of Dionne Quintuplets memorabilia as part of a large donation.
There’s always been something special about Norman. The Japanese mastiff is a universal blood donor and has saved the lives of 16 other dogs. Now, a fundraiser to pay for an expensive surgery for Norman has surpassed its goal in just a day.
As many as 150 people gathered at Halifax City Hall on Saturday calling for a ban on tent evictions for those experiencing homelessness in the city.
Indigenous knowledge keepers are helping Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq rename pieces of art that were given inappropriate titles.
Albertans woke up Thursday to new restrictions implemented by the province to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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A group of Concordia University students had visions of driving to California's iconic Big Sur, but the COVID-19 pandemic hit and their dreams were put on hold.
A Calgary garden cultivated by a group of oil company workers is sowing hope for those most in need.
Footage from Sept. 19 shows lava spewing from a volcano that erupted on the Spanish island of La Palma.
The first all-civilian space crew to orbit the earth, safely splashed down off the coast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean.
Norman, a dog who has been credited in saving the lives of at least 16 dogs with emergency blood donations, is now in need of help himself.
A new study from the University of Guelph suggests that the vast majority of Canadian kids are consuming too much sugar.
Genevieve Beauchemin has the story of a former Afghan interpreter finally reuniting with her family in Canada.
A first edition copy of the classic novel 'Frankenstein' sold for US$1.17 million at a recent auction in New York.
An exceptionally rare first-edition printed copy of the U.S. Constitution is going on sale in New York, with Sotheby's auction house expecting bids up to US$20 million.
Universal Studios opened its first theme park on the outskirts of China's capital Beijing on Monday, despite coronavirus outbreaks in the country's that prompted the government to tighten travel controls in some areas.
Longtime New Jersey Devils centre Travis Zajac has retired after signing a one-day contract so he could retire as a member of the organization where he spent all but 27 games of his 15-year career.
Philippine boxing icon and senator Manny Pacquiao says he will run for president in the 2022 elections.
The University of Ottawa is mourning the death of Gee-Gees football player Francis Perron, who died shortly after the Gee-Gees first game of the season.
On CTVNews.ca, chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid shares her take on how investors can best react to a market pullback.
Computer-maker HP, consumer goods business Procter & Gamble and coffee capsule company Nespresso have joined a corporate pledge to sharply cut their greenhouse gas emissions over nearly two decades.
Around half of surveyed Canadians say they support employers mandating COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for their employees, a new poll finds, with Canadians 55 and older being the most in favour.
Sebastian Vettel will drive for Aston Martin next year after the Formula One team extended his contract by one year on Thursday.
NASCAR will open the 2022 season inside Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in one of the biggest shakeups to its schedule in years.
Two of Formula One's top drivers have been involved in two potentially life-threatening crashes in as many months.